Location & Hours

6960 West Oakton St.
Niles, IL  60714
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Monday-Thursday9:00am - 9:00pm
Friday9:00am - 7:00pm
Saturday9:00am - 5:00pm
Sunday1:00pm - 5:00pm

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Now Hiring

Business Office Coordinator
Full-Time: 37.5 hours/week
We are looking for a unique individual with excellent communication and customer service skills who is able to work effectively and efficiently in the Library's Business Office. Details here! 

Money Smart Week

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Money Smart Week helps consumers of all demographics and income levels better manage their personal finances. Programs will be held from April 22-May 1. More Details

Library Events


  • 11:00am to 12:00pm
    Drop in for our year-round short program of stories, songs, and rhymes followed by playtime. Ages 0-24 months with a grownup.


  • 4:30pm to 5:15pm
    Grades K-8 can join us on the 4th Monday of each month to create masterpieces at our Lego Club. No registration necessary.

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Library Buzz

  • April 13

    In Memory of Michael Ballhaus: 1935-2017

    Known mostly for his collaboration with director Martin Scorsese, Oscar-nominated cinematographer Ballhaus also directed movies in his native Germany and unofficially (Ballhaus was billed as cinematographer only) co-directed ...

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  • April 10

    In Memory of Tim Pigott-Smith: 1946-2017

    A very accomplished British Shakespearean actor, Pigott-Smith had appeared in small roles in several major films, but the main core of his screen acting work was on television.  From Downton Abbey to Midsomer Murders….from Foyle’s War to Poirot…from Inspector Lewis to Inspector Lynley, Pigott-Smith became a very recognized face on the British telly, and eventu...

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  • April 7

    In Memory of Don Rickles: 1926-2017

    Known for being much more acerbic than most comedians, Rickles initially wanted to be an actor but turned to stand-up comedy after he couldn’t get any acting work.  After his career took off, he took the occasional acting job, but it never gave him the level of success that he found with his harsh comedy style. ...

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Have a question or comment for our Board of Trustees and Director? Contact them via email here or call them at 847-663-6650.