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National Library Week

National Library Week (April 3 – 9) is a yearly celebration of libraries, the many services they offer, and their workers. This year’s theme is “Connect with Your Library,” which highlights libraries as a place to get connected to technology through broadband, computers, and other resources. Beyond technology, libraries offer many ways to connect through community, classes, clubs, books, and more. See below for some ways you can celebrate National Library Week with WPL, and for a list of tech resources and services we offer. 


National Library Week Activities

Want to join in on this week-long celebration? WPL will have several ways to show your library love!

  • Share what you love about libraries in our in our Arts & Culture Center.
  • Grab a book from our Teen and Adult National Library Week displays.
  • Visit the Youth Services Department for National Library Week Stations.

Get Connected

The Wheaton Public Library has a variety of tech resources available to help get you connected. See below for a list of just some of our many services and offerings.


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