Huntley Area Public Library Receives Donation From Huntley Area Lions Club

Huntley, IL – The Huntley Area Public Library was honored to receive a donation from the Huntley Area Lions Club in the amount of $1000.00. The donation was presented to the library by Jim Saletta and Jim Graves of the Lions Club in honor of American disability rights advocate Helen Keller. Keller influenced Lions Club members to join her and continue her crusade as Knights of the Blind. Helping the visually impaired has been a cause for the group since 1925.

Raiders Read Together

Beginning June 13, read one chapter a day with Huntley 158 and representatives from community organizations all across Huntley, Lake in the Hills, and Algonquin. Along the way, families can gather golden tickets and practice skills to enhance literacy at home, all while revisiting the magical, fantastical story of Charlie Bucket and Willy Wonka! Students, the library is one of the Golden Ticket locations.

Read Beyond the Beaten Path – 2022 Summer Reading Adventure

The Huntley Area Public Library’s 2022 Summer Reading Adventure, Read Beyond the Beaten Path is almost ready to begin! The fun begins on June 8, 2022, but you can prepare now by making sure your Beanstack account is updated and ready. Just visit huntleylibrary.beanstack.com and enter your information ahead of June 8 to be ready for the adventure.

Homeschooling in McHenry County

Homeschool educator and sought-after speaker, Kathy Wentz, invites you to travel to McHenry County to participate in some, or all six, of her most popular sessions. This Monday evening series is for veteran, new, and prospective homeschool parents. Sessions will be followed up with a Q&A, so come prepared with questions. Enjoy sessions in-person or via Zoom. Register with each hosting library for session you wish to attend.

Work to begin on Library’s Drive-Up Book Return on Monday, May 16, 2022

We are happy to announce that work will begin on the library’s drive-up book return on Monday, May 16, 2022. Removal of the drive-up book return will be the first step of a much-needed height adjustment to make it accessible for most vehicles. Following the removal of the book return, some minor construction will take place on the drive-up window and lane. During this time all drive-up window services and book return will be closed.