New Library Cards
Choose your new card from one of the four final designs of the Library Card Design Contest. Update or replace your current card for free, for a limited time only. Bring your old card to the circulation desk and get your new card today!
The cards were designed by the following artists: READ by ZB Library Staff Member Jasmine Aguirre, A NEW ADVENTURE by ZB Library Staff Member Kaya Wilson, SHAKESPEARE and FORMAL by Michael Kramer.
Makerspace @ Your Library
The Hive at Zion-Benton Public Library is a creative learning space where you can explore the world of technology and art! We offer daily programs for teens in grades 7-12 and will offer all ages programming starting January 2017.
We are located in the Information Services Department of the library where the old computer lab used to be. In The Hive, you’ll find a 3D printer, Silhouette cutting machines, code-able robots, art supplies of all kinds, iPads with pre-loaded apps, jewelry making supplies, electronic circuitry boards, and so much more.
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.
Book Club Survey
We are revamping our book clubs and want your feedback. Please visit our Book Clubs page for more details.
PC Upgrades: All public PCs and laptops have been upgraded to Windows 10 and Office 2016. Click here for a list of online resources.
Library Card Design Contest: The submission deadline has ended. Winners will be announced on 9/1, as we kick off National Library Card Sign-Up Month.
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