2022-2023 Illinois Libraries Present Membership Enrollment Now Open!

Marlee Matlin picture with I'll Screm Later book cover and Wednesday, September 14 at 7pm

Illinois Libraries Present is almost done with our pilot and is launching our first full season. Thank you to the 192 libraries that participated in the pilot. We look forward to continuing this partnership in our first full season. To those that missed the pilot, we hope to see you as members in our upcoming season.

Join us for our first full season launching in September 2022. Our 10 month season, ending in June 2023, will include 12 exciting virtual programs.

We open our season with Marlee Matlin on September 14. Matlin is an author and an actress featured in the 2022 Academy Award's Best Picture, Coda.

Register for our info session on Friday, May 20 from 1-2pm to learn more.

How to become a member:
1. Submit a 2022-2023 season membership interest form on behalf of your library by July 31st 2022.
2. New members will have their library's board sign the Inter-Governmental Agreement and submit the completed agreement to accountspayable@northbrook.info by August 31st 2022. 2022 Pilot members with an IGA on file will only need to fill out the Membership Interest Form.
3. Your library will receive an invoice in September 2022.

Learn More

Membership Overview
2022 -2023 Season Membership Interest Form

ILP Website

Email us at Illinoislibrariespresent@gmail.com for questions about membership for the 2022-2023 season.

We hope your library will join us for this statewide initiative to bring impactful virtual programming to our patrons.

ILP Steering Committee

Jennifer Czajka, Arlington Heights Memorial Library
Kate Hall, Northbrook Public Library
Jason Katsion, Fox River Valley Public Library District

Melissa Morgan, Winnetka-Northfield Public Library District

Kate Niehoff, Schaumburg Township District Library

Jill Pifer, Fairview Heights Public Library
Arielle Raybuck, Northbrook Public Library
Shalyn Rodriguez, Shorewood-Troy Library
Alexandra Skinner, Oak Park Public Library

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