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Launches April 4th

We've been working hard to design a new, streamlined version of our website. Try the site before it launches, and give us your feedback! Read more...

Saturday, March 25 at 1 pm
Documentaries tell the stories of our lives—often, stories many of us don't get to hear.  This new origram sheds light on locally created films that aim to improve our world, our minds, and our common future.  After the screening, stay for an interactive Q & A with the filmmakers themselves.  This Saturday, we will be screening Riding the Rails of History: The Story of the South Shore Line. No registration is required. Learn more.
 
 
Photo collage from Tinley Park Library
Open March 1–25

We are thrilled to announce our first-ever amateur photography contest! Grab your camera and take this opportunity to tell us your story of our library. Submissions welcome March 1–25. Learn more...

Next Events

March 27th,
11:00am to 12:00pm
Learn how to create a miniature tabletop garden using easy to care for succulents. Three completed gardens will be given away as door prizes.
March 27th,
6:00pm to 8:00pm
Whether you are an experienced player or newbie, now is your chance to play mah jongg at the library. Similar to rummy, this popular game of luck and skill originated in China.
March 27th,
6:30pm to 8:00pm
No registration requiredAges 18 and over

Talking Points

2016 saw your library grow leaps & bounds! Read on to see a list of highlights from last year in case you missed them.

Making lots of New Year's resolutions this year? The library is here to help! Learn more...

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Photo Contest

Library Impressions Amateur Photography Contest

March 1 – 31

We are pleased to launch our first-ever amateur photography contest! Grab your camera and take this opportunity to tell us your story of our library. Show us what fascinates or inspires you when you walk inside our doors or stroll the beautiful grounds surrounding our building. Enter Contest

Need extra pointers to get started?
Stop by our Photoshop Q&A, take a Lynda.com photography class (log in with your Tinley Park Library card & PIN here then check out the Photography learning path), or browse our collection for inspiration.