View this special exhibit that focuses on the world’s largest fresh water asset and the environmental restoration and economic renewal of the cities and ecosystem around it including six miles of Highland Park shoreline. The exhibit will be in the Adult Services Department through September.
Hoopla now offers a new way to view eComics called Action View. To enhance the reading experience of their eComic collection, this new feature enables readers to view and navigate comics page-by-page or panel-by-panel.
A new app is now available for Android and Apple devices that makes checking out eMagazines through Zinio much easier. Check out some of your favorite magazines with this special library app, login only once using your library account, and download them onto your iOS or Android device to read anytime, online or offline.
You can now read eMagazines checked out through Zinio immediately in your web browser using their Instant Reader. No software or downloads are required. Simply click Checkout Now and begin reading your eMagazine.
Read Superman, Batman, and other ebooks from DC Comics on your smartphone or tablet.
Want to eliminate household or business paperwork, be green and protect your identity? Bring your documents to be shredded (3-4 boxes per person) and unwanted electronics to the Shred Event with Electronic Recycling co-sponsored by The American Enterprise Bank and the Highland Park Public Library. This event will be held on Saturday, June 27, 2015 from 10:00 a.m. to noon at the American Enterprise Bank Highland Park Branch, 1725 N. McGovern St.
We are so excited about the How-To Fest on Sunday, June 7! There will be 40+ awesome how-to demos throughout the library. If you can't make the fest, be sure to check out the library's vast collections of books, magazines and DVDs that will help you do anything you want. (See more)
Highland Park Public Library will be hosting two (2) programs during Money Smart Week® April 18-25, 2015 to help consumers learn to manage money wisely. These events are some of the more than 3,500 free classes, seminars and activities promoting financial education that will take place during that week nationwide.
Due to appropriation cuts, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and the Illinois Department of Revenue have announced that each is limiting the tax forms that libraries will receive.
The Library has received IRS and Illinois tax forms. We have the following forms- IRS 1040, 1040A and 1040EZ forms, a reference copy of IRS Publication 17, and Illinois 1040 forms and booklets. These will be the only forms and booklets the Library can order.