New Books & Movies
Author Chris Bohjalian, the #1 New York Times bestselling author of 22 books adapted into three movies and a TV series, will speak in this live virtual event about his newest release “The Hour of the Witch”.
Adult students of all ages and levels are able to enroll for traditional, weekly private lessons. Music instruction has been a part of the University’s fabric for more than 150 years, which means you’re assured a learning experience rooted in tradition, but also one that involves that latest techniques. Click here for more details.
If you have questions about how to use the online resources, please visit us, call the Reference Desk: (708) 649-7485, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are using our online resources from home, you will need your Melrose Park library card number to log in.
Step back in time and discover the rich history of Melrose Park, Illinois. Every town has a story to tell and Melrose Park is no different. These digital collections provide an overview of a vibrant, ever- adapting community that actively embraces its old traditions while creating new ones. Click here to start your walk down memory lane.
The Melrose Park Library partnered with four area libraries/historical societies conducting surveys to identify mail-order homes. The culmination of the project is the creation of this free public database documenting the homes identified throughout this process. Click here to check out the mail-order houses.
The Veterans History Project honors American war veterans and civilian workers who supported them by preserving stories of their service to our country. The primary focus of the collection are first-hand accounts of U.S. Veterans from World War I (1914-1920), World War II (1939-1946), Korean War (1950-1955), Vietnam War (1961-1975), Persian Gulf War (1990-1995), and Afganistan and Iraq conflicts (2001-present). Click here to start your search.