The Library is now open on Sundays from 1-5 PM.The Library building is open to all visitors to browse the collections and check out materials to enjoy at home. We continue to monitor building capacity and ask that visitors take the following precautions when visiting:
Keep visits limited to one hour.
Wear a face covering at all times.
Maintain at least 6 feet apart from others.
Accompany children under 13 years of age.
Monday-Friday 9-10 AM reserved for vulnerable patrons.
We are cautiously optimistic that we will be able to expand in-person services soon. In the meantime, the drive-up, remote, and virtual services remain available. Thank you for your patience and support!Learn more.
In response to the recent violence directed against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in our nation, the Glenview Public Library reaffirms its stance against racism, misogyny, and hate in all forms. As a civic institution dedicated to enriching lives and welcoming all, we stand in solidarity with individuals who have experienced discrimination and those working to advance social justice through education and engagement. To that end, our staff continues to revise and update a list of anti-racism resources to foster dialogue, encourage compassion, and inspire positive change in our community and beyond. View list here.
Used Book Store Grand Re-Opening
The Used Book Store is re-opening on Monday, April 19, with temporary hours based on volunteer availability, and all books will be ½ price through Wednesday, April 21. Learn more.
Join us as we welcome internationally bestselling author of The Midnight Library, Matt Haig. This program is presented in partnership with the Lincolnwood, Skokie, Niles-Maine, and Morton Grove public libraries.
COVID-19 MEMORY PROJECT
The Glenview Public Library wants to know how you’ve survived the past year. We are interested in gathering and archiving stories of how our community has been impacted by the pandemic. Find out more.
Don’t have a Glenview Public Library Card yet? Start the process by signing up online to be able to access our online databases, ebooks and eaudiobooks. Then within the next 30 days, if you would like to complete the process and receive a library card, please contact Tammy Tomasello, (847) 729-7500 x2217, so she may assist you.