National Library Week

About National Library Week 

National Library Week is a weeklong observance of the value and contribution of libraries in their communities. It has been celebrated by the American Library Association and libraries across the country every year since 1958. This year, National Library Week is April 4-10.  
 

Library tours may be scheduled throughout the week (April 4-10, 2021) by contacting Emanuel Zoberman, Law Librarian, at (847) 377-2267 or EZoberman@lakecountyil.gov

Questions and Answers Is What We Do!

This year’s national theme is "Welcome to the Library,” and the William D. Block Memorial Law Library is eager to make you feel welcome by encouraging you to ask questions and get answers. After all, isn’t that what the Law Library is for?

The Law Library and its dedicated staff handles thousands of questions throughout the year. During this week, we are pleased to feature a few examples of actual questions by our wonderful patrons. Here at the Law Library our dedicated staff works to get the answers you are looking for. Sometimes the answers are discovered beyond our four walls thanks to our interconnected world. Please enjoy!

THANK YOU FOR VISITNG OUR NATIONAL LIBRARY WEEK WEBPAGE FOR 2021 AND MAKING IT A BIG SUCCESS!

SEE YOU NEXT YEAR FOR NATIONAL LIBRARY WEEK 2022!

YOUR FRIENDLY LIBRARY STAFF.

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 National Library Week 2021: Welcome to Your Library

The theme for National Library Week (April 4-10, 2021) is “Welcome to Your Library." This concept promotes the idea that libraries extend far beyond the four walls of a building – and that everyone is welcome to use library services. Since the beginning of the pandemic, libraries have shifted focus and found ways to adapt to the changing world by expanding resources to meet the needs of patrons. Whether people visit in person or virtually, libraries offer opportunities for everyone to explore new worlds, and provide access to technology, multimedia content and educational programs.