COVID-19 Updates

The Library building is now open. Click here for the latest updates.

1. Will the Library offer a pick-up service?
Yes, click here for more information about No-Contact Holds Pick-Up.

2. Can I return library materials?
Yes, a new returns drop off is located on the north side of the building.

3. Can I use a computer?
Niles-Maine residents can make an appointment here to use a computer, copy machine, or fax/scan machine. Non-residents can access technology on a first come, first serve basis.

Virtual Programs

Join us for a virtual program from home!

Solar Engineer/Architect

The Niles-Maine District Library is soliciting letters of interest, statements of qualifications, and performance data related to its search for a Solar Engineer/Architect to provide consulting services to the Library.

Submissions due no later than November 6, 2020 at 5 p.m. Click here for more information.

Location & Hours

6960 Oakton St.
Niles, IL 60714
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Monday-Friday9:00am - 7:00pm*
Saturday9:00am - 5:00pm**

The Library is closed for the last 15 minutes of each hour and from 12-2 p.m. for cleaning.

*Open for the full hour at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.

**Open for the full hour at 11 a.m. and 5 p.m.

On-Demand Videos

Missed a program? No worries! Watch some of them here!

Contact the Board of Trustees

To contact both the Board of Trustees and the Executive Director, please send an email here or call 847-663-6650. For more information about the Board, click here.

Library Buzz

  • October 2

    How I Fell Back in Love…with Georgette Heyer

    Here at work, we have a Zoom group to discuss varied book genres, and last month the topic was Historical Fiction – my favorite! I was determined to combine the history with romance and to choose a story that held its own in the discussion. And, I read on my tablet so the title had to be an eBook. No need, then, to go into the Library but still, how to find one that was share-able...

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  • September 23

    YA Book Recommendations

    The first two books are realistic fiction and the last two are nonfiction. Each book has its theme, but Heroine and Girl in Pieces are more about mental illnesses and self struggles. The books ...

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  • September 15

    An Ode to John Cusack Movies

    There’s something about John Cusack that makes everything feel right in the world. Maybe it’s because he was born in Evanston, IL and still has hometown pride for the city of Chicago. Maybe it’s because the characters he plays in movies all speak to my angsty soul in a need to write sappy poetry because my unrequited crush w...

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