We have several positions available. Visit zblibrary.info/jobs for complete details
READING CLUBS ENDING
AARP TAX AIDE
Staff will help you find and print forms online (the first 10 pages are free). We’ll also mail forms to homebound residents, free of charge. Call the Information Services Department at 847-872-4680, ext. 4 with your name, address, type of form, and form number. For more income tax resources, visit https://zblibrary.info/tax-time/
Library polls district community for opinions on Makerspace and Adult Programming
The Zion-Benton Public Library wants you! To gives us your opinions! We are looking for our community members to fill out a brief survey on what interests you for our makerspace, The Hive, and adult programming. The survey can be found and submitted here. Survey closing date TBA.
We are seeking American Girl Doll Donations! Help us grow our circulating doll collection by donating or sharing the flyer, available for download here.
We’ll accept dolls, clothing, and accesories in any condition. Donations can be dropped off at the Youth Services Desk, or mailed to the following address:
Zion-Benton Public Library
Attn: Garnet Miller
2400 Gabriel Ave.
Zion, IL 60099
Socks for the Soul
Donate socks between 10/1 and 1/31 to help those in need. All types of new socks are appreciated, but packages of warm crew socks in all sizes are especially needed. Donations can be dropped off in the lobby during normal business hours.
PC Upgrades: All public PCs and laptops have been upgraded to Windows 10 and Office 2016. Click here for a list of online resources.
Partners in Reading 2016: Your gift to the PARTNERS IN READING annual campaign changes lives through library programs. Thank you to our Partners in Reading! Click here for details.
Something for Everyone
For Kids: From reading clubs to science programs, there is something sure to entertain and educate your youngster. Visit our ZB Kids Page for details on upcoming programs for preschoolers and students.
For Teens: You’ll have fun with cool programs just for ZB Teens in grades 5-12. Discover new reads with the Hardcover Society (and Hardcover HIGH Society) and get free books. Visit our ZB Teens Page for more exciting events!
For Adults: Join the Casual Crafters and have fun while you work on projects, take a computer class, and research your family tree with free help. Visit our ZB Adults Page or any of the following pages for programs, news and resources:
Book Clubs | History and Genealogy | Technology Training