Welcome to the Orland Park Public Library


The library's mission is to stimulate imaginations, educate, entertain, and welcome everyone. We are committed to equal opportunities for all library patrons without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, sex, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or past or present status as a member of the military.

The library will provide patrons of all ages with a center that will enhance their sense of community and togetherness.

Patrons of all ages will have access to innovative library services, delivered in an efficient and effective manner, that will:

  • Assist them to enhance the quality of their lives
  • Provide materials, programs and services to help meet their educational needs
  • Provide opportunities to develop technological proficiencies and improve the ability to access information
  • Provide a source for recreational reading, viewing and listening, as a means to stimulate imagination and expand literacy.

Roots and Fences

Showcase: Songs From the Steel Rails

Friday, September 19 at 7 p.m.


From The Rock Island Line to The City of New Orleans, to a collection of his own train songs, Rick Pickren examines the social impact the railroad had on all aspects of American Life. Terminal Town is a program of the Chaddick Institute for Metropolitan Development at DePaul University in cooperation with Lake Forest College and generous sponsors

Terminal Town

Friends and Family CPR Class

Tuesday, September 23 at 6 p.m.


Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is an emergency procedure that preserves blood circulation and brain function of a person in cardiac arrest through manual chest compressions. Orland Park Public Library teams up with the Orland Park Fire and Protection District to present this informative and detailed program.

Overdrive and Zinio

Ebooks & Digital Materials

Download an ebook, audiobook, or magazine!


We offer a digital collection of audiobooks, magazines, and ebooks available for download to your iPod, MP3 device, Nook, Kindle, Sony Reader, or home computer. To use this service, you must have a valid Orland Park Public Library card.