THIS BANNER IS NOT CURRENTLY VISIBLE (as of July 22, 2022). Masks are recommended, but not required, for all library visitors.
There are four public computers in the Youth Services Department for use for 1 hour—extensions available upon request if no one is waiting.
A User Agreement must be signed for children ages 17 and under.
Our Teen Lounge is for library visitors ages 12-17. This enclosed space is a great place to meet friends, work on homework or play board games. It includes two large monitors for connecting to laptops and gaming systems. There's plenty of seating at the countertop-height table when you want to tackle a writing assignment and other seating and small table arrangements when you just want to relax.
Use of the Teen Lounge does not require a reservation or a WPLD library card, but users need to sign in at the Youth Services Desk.
Use one of our three Study Rooms in the Youth Services Department for collaborating on class projects, working on homework or private tutoring sessions.
Study Rooms may be reserved up to seven days in advance by WPLD cardholders. Same-day reservations and walk-ins are welcome for all Library visitors. The maximum reservation length is three hours. Limit 1 reservation per day.
Youth & Teen Study Rooms
Call 630/393-1171 x124 to make a reservation.
Room 1: table and chairs for 4, HDMI monitor, white board
Room 2: table and chairs for 4, HDMI monitor, white board
Room 3: table and booth/bench seating for 4, HDMI monitor
Available for ages up to 17 or an adult with a child; 8 year olds and up can make a reservation.
Do you want your voice to be heard at the Library? Being a member of the Teen Advisory Board is a great way to share your opinion on things like new title suggestions and future programming.
The Teen Advisory Board requires members to:
Members of the Teen Advisory Board are expected to do the following every three months:
You can register now for any or all sessions of Teen Advisory Board through our Events calendar.
For more details about Teen Advisory Board, ask at the Youth Services Desk.
The information in these databases will take you to a world of knowledge and discovery. Please be curious and click away! Or, ask a librarian to explain what each database includes.
Unless otherwise noted, these databases are free to use in the Library and can be accessed anywhere with your Warrenville Library card and PIN (default is the last 4 digits of your phone number).