Get your passports ready to circle the globe with World Cinema!
The Library's main entrance on Prospect Avenue is now open and Children's Services has relocated to their newly renovated space on the first floor.
The Park Ridge Public Library's Board of Trustees is seeking nominations for the Annual Library Award. The award honors an individual or group who has provided extraordinary service to the Library.
Some Children's collections are unavailable for browsing.
"New Year, New Library" is our 2019 Winter Reading Club for children, teens, and adults which runs from January 2 through February 28.
After you place your holds online or by phone, you can pick them up curbside. It is as easy as 1-2-3.
The Library entrance is on the 2nd floor off of Touhy.
Are you in a reading rut? Overwhelmed by all the choices? Want to discover new authors? We can help!
Over time, the value of your library card adds up! The more you use your card the more you save! Get one today!
Individuals who are volunteering their time may sit where space is available; however we do ask them to be respectful of other patrons.
Whether you are looking for a book recommendation, researching a topic or discovering what the community has to offer, the Library offers curated information that reflects the needs and interests of Park Ridge.
Terms for two current trustees and one new appointment to start July 1.
George Melville Smith’s historic work of art, “Indians Cede the Land,” will be displayed in current location after the renovation is complete.
The Annual Library Award recognizes Deb Kuhlman, Angela Berger, Laura Scott and Anastasia Daskalos.
What you need to know!