Food for Fines

Helen Plum Library celebrates National Library Week with
Food for Fines - April 13th through April 19th, 2014.

All food will be donated to the
With each item of nonperishable food, you can
have $1 "paid" towards your overdue fines.
(No fines? Donations cheerfully accepted.)

CLICK HERE for more information

Snapshot Day Survey

April 17th is Library Snapshot Day!

Library Snapshot Day provides a way for libraries of all types across a state, region, system or community to show what happens in a single day in their libraries.

This initiative provides an easy means to collect statistics, photos and stories that will enable library advocates to prove the value of their libraries to decision-makers and increase public awareness.

Please take a minute to take our Snapshot Day survey.

Click here to take our Snapshot Day survey

Coming Soon! Adult Programs

Senior Socials have moved to the third Monday of each month at 1 PM.

Monday, April 21:

I’m Turning 65, Now What?

This free, educational seminar is open to anyone who wishes to learn more about Medicare. We realize that long before you turn 65, you start receiving a lot of mail, and maybe telephone calls too. Learn all of the facts about when you should apply for part A, B, and Supplements.

Register here

Happy Easter!

Easter Closing Slide

New Text Notice Service Available

Did you know that you can now sign up to receive text notices for items on hold, due soon, or overdue?

Helen Plum Library is pleased to offer our patrons this text noticing service from When you sign up for this service, you will receive text messages about available holds, items due soon, and overdue items. You will receive renewal notices 3 days before your items are due, and can renew eligible items by replying to the text. These notices are in addition to the email or print notices you already receive from the Library. There is no charge for the Shoutbomb service, but your cell phone provider’s texting rates will apply.

Learn how to sign up for this new service here.

iPads now available in Youth Services!

iPads are now available for in-house use in the Youth Services Department. The iPads are pre-loaded with kid-friendly apps. Stop by the Youth Services desk for more information. The iPads are available courtesy of the Edgar Robbins Fund, established due to the generosity of Carol Anne Robbins.

Click here to see the apps on our iPads!

Contact Us

Tel (630) 627-0316
Fax (630) 627-0336

110 W. Maple Street
Lombard, IL 60148

Monday - Friday 9:00 - 9:00
Saturday 9:00 - 5:00
Sunday 1:00 - 5:00

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