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Celebrate Black History Month

Do you like history, music, movies and reading? Join the Woodridge Public Library for a celebration of Black History and Culture in America through award-winning documentaries, films, books and authors. Woodridge residents who are library cardholders have free access to hundreds of thought-provoking and entertaining books and films ready to borrow, stream or download that highlight past and current impacts, struggles and achievements of African Americans.

World Mental Health Day

Saturday, October 10 is World Mental Health Day. The past seven months have brought many challenges for everyone. Those who had already been dealing with mental health conditions have faced even more challenges. Many people found themselves depressed, anxious, grieving, stressed, and/or isolated. The need for mental health support is expected to increase substantially. One of the aims of World Mental Health Day is to increase the awareness of mental health issues, erase the stigma of needing and getting help, and provide resources for people to help themselves and others.

Building Open with COVID-19 Safety Measures

Per the State of Illinois, our region has moved back to less restrictive mitigations. In response we have reopened the library. Anyone entering the building must wear a mask, including those who've been vaccinated, and follow social distancing guidelines as mandated by the State of Illinois. The building is open with normal hours. COVID-19 is highly contagious. If you feel sick, are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, have a known exposure, or suspect you have been exposed, do not enter the library.

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