Library collections for adults and juveniles include fiction and
non-fiction books, magazines, newspapers, videos, audio-books, tapes,
CD's and reference materials. We also have a large print adult book
collection. Databases include EBSCO magazine index, FirstSearch, Social
Issues Researcher (SIRS), and NoveList, .
Service is available in person, by telephone at (630)653-7599 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Loan is available to Winfield Patrons who need access to library
materials not available in the Winfield Library. Materials will
be sent to the Winfield Library and can then be checked out.
View our ILL Policy
Talking books are available free upon request. Qualified people may
receive a free cassette machine though the Library's Blind and
Physically Handicapped program. Details available at the desk.
Microfilm of Winfield newspapers are available back to 1947.
Storytime for children ages two to five years runs throughout the year.
Summer Reading Programs for children ages 2 to 12 are offered every
year in June and July. A young adult/adult program is also offered.
||Reserves on materials are taken at the circulation desk, by telephone or
online through the Online
Materials Request Form.
Renewals will be taken over the phone or you may renew online through your account on our online catalog.
Click here to access your account online.
A Meeting Room is available to the public for non-profit
meetings at no charge. Ask at the desk for more information.
Tours of the library and a demonstration of the computer catalog are
available on request.
Bookdrops are located in the back of the building next to the stairs. All
materials may be returned in the bookdrops.
Tax Forms are available at no charge or a small copying fee.
Teen Team for young adults entering 7th grade and up is active
during the summer.
Homebound Delivery will be provided to Winfield patrons upon request.
Voter Registration is available in the library. Two forms of identification
Other Services include a computer catalog, large print books, public
computers, a typewriter, 8 public Internet workstations, 3 computer
work stations dedicated to Family Literacy.