YOUR GUIDE TO ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT IN DUPAGE COUNTY
Naperville Public Library nurtures lifelong learning, fosters community connections, and provides equitable access to diverse resources in a welcoming and inclusive environment.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement
Naperville Public Library is committed to providing materials, services, and programs that represent a wide array of cultures and experiences so that all members of the community feel included and represented.
When James Lawrence Nichols died in August 1895, he left $10,000 to Naperville, a newly organized as a city, to establish a library so that no child would be without books as he had been. Today there are three Library buildings throughout the City of Naperville, and residents can access books, music, and videos from anywhere they can connect to the Internet. Read more of the history of Naperville Public Library.
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