The City of Highland Park and the Highland Park Public Library are seeking public input as part of a preliminary needs assessment about a possible expansion of the Library, relocation of the City’s Senior Center into a dedicated space adjoined to the Library, and relocation of the Firehouse After School Club program to an expanded Library facility.
Visit the Library's Facebook page for a chance to win Ravinia lawn passes to classical concerts. A limited number of lawn passes will be available to people providing the correct answer to a question. You must have a Facebook account to be able to send messages with your response. For assistance in setting up a Facebook account, please request a Book a Librarian session here.
There is a wide selection of new releases available to stream or download to a mobile device or computer from Hoopla Digital. All you need is a valid Highland Park Public Library card. Read more...
Looking for some new tunes? The Film & Music Department has you covered. Check out these new additions to our collection.
It was native Illinoisan General John A. Logan, a Grand Army of the Republic (GAR)* founder and leader, who declared May 30th (1868) as "Memorial Day" and championed the cause as a national holiday.