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What To Do With Vinyl Records

picture of a record playing on a turntableYou have all those vinyl records from your White Rabbit and Purple Haze younger days lying around your basement.
With our Conversion Station, you can bring in your 12" LPs or 45rpm singles and convert them to digital audio.
Recoup the investment you made all those years ago by continuing to enjoy the music you grew up with.

Learn more and sign up for an Conversion Station appointment.

Coming Soon! Manage Your Account by Phone

Available Monday June 6th: Account Management by Phone

Beginning Monday, library users who have indicated that they prefer to be contacted via phone will begin receiving automated calls from the library. These automated calls will allow you to review due dates, renew items, get information on holds, and check your fines.

Learn more...

Meet Lynda!

Lynda.com is a leading online learning company that helps anyone learn business, software, technology and creative skills to achieve personal and professional goals. We're excited to announce that Lynda.com is now part of our online learning tools. Beginning today, TPPL cardholders may access thousands of engaging, top-quality courses taught by recognized industry experts. Learn more…

Borrow a Mac!

The Adult and Youth Services Reference Desks now lend MacBook Air laptops for in-library use.
photo of a MacBook Air at the library
These laptops are great for many projects, but you might also just want to browse the Web in a quiet corner of the library. Please visit one of the Reference Desks for details!

Preserve your Past

You may use the newly opened Conversion Station to convert your old analog media into modern digital formats.
Digitizing is a great way to preserve and get more use out of the media you already own.

We support the following formats:

  • VHS
  • Audio cassettes
  • 45 and 33⅓ vinyl records
  • 35mm film & slides
  • 8mm cassettes
  • Negatives
  • Photographs
  • Documents

Learn more about our Conversion Station and book your reservation online.

New Year, New Local Author Collection


We are excited to announce that beginning in January 2016 we are unveiling our new Local Author Shelves.
We will feature fiction and nonfiction books written for children, teens, and adults by authors from Tinley Park and neighboring communities.
Come check out what your friends and neighbors have written! The new shelves will be located behind the Adult Reference Desk on the Main Level and near the elevator upstairs.

*Update* Local authors are invited to submit their work for inclusion in the collection. Details are available on our Special Collections page.

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