In-Person, Off-site, Outdoor event
In partnership with the Forest Preserves of Cook County, the library is hosting a Butterfly Count! Self-guided butterfly counts will be done Saturday, July 10th. Check out the Butterfly Count page for information on training, how to participate and at which locations.
Book Match Our Book Match service will match you with three titles selected just for you by our staff.
Ebooks & Digital Services Looking for ebooks, magazines, or movies for your digital device? We have several collections to choose from.
Databases Learn a language, get help with software, check financial projections; do these things and more!
Job Seeker Resources Craft a resume, prepare for an interview, learn a new skill, and more!
The Founding and Historical Documents Browse a digital archive containing over 900 items of library and community history.
NASA Special Collection Browse the library’s collection of more than 340 NASA artifacts.
Driver Education Practice tests for Illinois permits – includes car, motorcycle, and CDL.
Join us for great discussions in a virtual setting!
Our Fiction/Nonfiction, Romance, and Pages & Pastries discussions are currently available virtually through Zoom. Please check the library’s calendar for dates and contact information to get your invitation and join the fun!
We have a few brand new book discussions that are taking place on Goodreads.
Drop in at your leisure for casual month long discussions on different topics. Hope to see you there!
The Orland Park Public Library is participating in the Veterans’ History Project in conjunction with the Library of Congress and the Illinois State Library. If you are a veteran or civilian who once served with the U.S. military, from World War I through the present, we want to hear about your experiences.
Racism and hate have no place in our community. We seek to work with others to build a resilient community that expresses a deep concern for the well-being of every person. We remain committed to action that is rooted in equity and respect for human dignity. To that end, our librarians have curated this guide to antiracism terms, online resources, and materials available to borrow from the Orland Park Public Library.