9 11, 2020

Veterans Day Resources and Book Recommendations

By |November 9th, 2020|

On November 11, we take pause to remember and honor the sacrifices of our veterans. In doing so, we hope to provide further avenues for our patrons to do the same. Whether in life or death, we will endeavor to remember.  FOLD3 Fold3 is named after the third fold in

19 08, 2020

Back-to-School Supplies: Library Resources

By |August 19th, 2020|

Back-to-school shopping was always a time of excitement in our home:  a fresh box of crayons, brightly colored folders, and a fun backpack made the end of summer better. One vital school supply that can’t be found in any store is your Deerfield Public Library card! More than ever, we

2 06, 2020

Black Lives Matter Resources

By |June 2nd, 2020|

Current events have sparked local and global Black Lives Matter protests. While state violence and trauma (and organized resistance to it) are not new, some community members are just beginning to understand and work against racist violence and oppression in the United States of America. Many of our patrons are

11 05, 2020

Job Hunting Resources

By |May 11th, 2020|

Social distancing and sheltering-in-place have been tough on individuals, families, and our world - especially the economy. The library understands that many individuals in our community are going through tremendous hardships. While some are lucky enough to have a job in which they can work from home, others are not

7 04, 2020

Virtual Resources for Adults

By |April 7th, 2020|

While the library building may be closed, our virtual library is always open! The library has a number of great online resources for education, business, and entertainment. Here are a few of our favorite library resources, as well as a few free online resources. As always, if you have any

31 03, 2020

Community Resources and Assistance

By |March 31st, 2020|

Although the library is closed for the foreseeable future, we want to provide Deerfield residents with as much support as possible during this time. Below are a list of resources in case you need assistance (financial, transportation, food pantry, etc.) Village of Deerfield Information and Assistance: Village Hall: 847-945-5000 Police

20 03, 2020

Virtual Resources: Teen Edition

By |March 20th, 2020|

If you’re a teen I know you’re currently practicing some online schooling, but whether you want to enhance some of that studying or just need a distraction for a moment, check out the below links for suggestions. Hang in there with these recommendations for educational and creative ways to stay

19 03, 2020

Virtual Resources & Livestream Events for Families Stuck at Home

By |March 19th, 2020|

Libraries, schools, museums, and other public spaces are closed for the foreseeable future, and families of all kinds are working to get through this crisis and adjust their daily routines.  Luckily for those with internet access, many artists, authors, educators, museums, and institutions have started to offer free digital experiences—both

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