Find out what Illinois has to offer! Take a look at Explore More Illinois through the Deerfield Public Library. All you need is a library card and you have access to special rates and discounts to museums and organizations throughout the state. Similar to our current Museum Adventure Pass program,
Attention e-book readers! Our current collection through OverDrive is changing its name. You know it as MyMediaMall, but as of July 1 it will be known as Digital Library of Illinois- or DLiL. The OverDrive landing page will look a little different, but it will be the same great collection.
Watch some of the best selections in cinema for free with your Library card! I am so excited to announce the launch of Kanopy. This resource will give Deerfield patrons access to thousands of movies, documentaries, TV series, and kids content. Go behind the scenes of Hamilton, or tune in
A facade of skyscrapers facing a lake and behind the facade, every type of dubiousness. - E.M. Forster Amateur sleuths look no further! The Deerfield Public Library’s new series, Crime Time, starts this fall and will feature a diverse blend of lectures, discussions, and book talks. On October 20, we
It’s about movies, music, TV, and audiobooks- anywhere, anytime. The Deerfield Public library is excited to introduce Hoopla to our community. Hoopla is a service that brings hundreds of thousands of movies, TV shows, music, and audiobooks right to your computer or device. No holds necessary! Everything on Hoopla is
It’s the New Year, which means a new tax season! Have no fear, we have your tax forms right here at Deerfield Public Library. This year, we will carry the following forms: Federal Tax Forms: 1040 1040A 1040 Schedule A 1040 Schedule B 1040 Schedule D 4868 State Tax Forms:
The Deerfield Public Library staff is very excited to announce the launch of Freegal Music. It’s a free resource for Deerfield patrons to download up to 3 songs per week. Freegal offers millions of songs from thousands of artists, including the entire Sony Music catalog. Patrons can download songs to
Source: Kassem Mounhem - Flickr Libraries don’t carry as many reference books as they used to. By reference books, I mean those books we all used in school when we had to do research for papers and projects. The ones we could look at but never check out