We are very excited to introduce board games into our circulating collection. For the first time ever patrons will be able to browse our collection of board games (located near the Media Desk) and check them out to bring home. Up to two games at a time may be checked out
We are excited to announce the launch of the Deerfield Public Library Podcast! We’ll be releasing monthly episodes featuring conversations with dynamic Deerfield leaders, including business owners, elected officials, artists, educators, volunteers, and more.
Deerfield’s current Mayor, Harriet Rosenthal, is our feature interviewee this month. Mayor Rosenthal discusses her path
Taking part in the electoral process is one of our most basic and important rights as American citizens. The first step in the process is registering to vote!
Who can register to vote?
Be a United States citizen.
Be at least 18 years of age on or before the General
In response to the high number of student requests for additional quiet study areas during Finals Week, in conjunction with the high demand by community groups for use of the Library’s meeting rooms, following are the Library spaces available for deep and creative thought!
Cozy chairs in
You can use your Deerfield card at public libraries all over Illinois!
Perhaps you live in Deerfield, but another public library is closer to your workplace. If you take your valid card to the Circulation Desk at that library, they will be able to register it in their system.
Did you know that you can track your reading history through your online account?
Occasionally, patrons will ask us to look at their records to find out if they’ve already read a certain book. But we don’t keep track of patrons’ borrowing habits and are unable to help with the request.
We have updated the look and functionality of our self-checkout stations for an easier and smoother checkout experience for patrons!
The first thing you will notice about the updated self-checkout is the new main menu. Now, you can access Check-Out, Make a Payment, Renew, and Account right from the main menu. To
After you’ve checked out the Whistler/Roussel exhibit at the Art Institute, and the Freedom Principle exhibit at the Museum of Contemporary Art, there is another hot art show you will not want to miss. Mark your calendar, because it is one night only – at the Deerfield Public Library!
The Deerfield Public Library will be closed on Tuesday, June 2 and Wednesday, June 3 for replacement of the building’s major electrical panel. It is anticipated that there will be full access to the Library’s website, catalog, and downloadable books, movies, and music. The book drops will be open,