The all-new Huntley Area Public Library opened its doors on Monday, February 7, 2022. Here are some photos of the new library, though we highly recommend stopping in to see it for yourself.
What is the library’s COVID-19 Repository? The Huntley Area Public Library COVID-19 Repository is an archive of photos, poems, drawings and other items submitted from Huntley Area locals and businesses. It depicts their stories during the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic.
The construction crew made quick work of the temporary trailers that once housed the library’s Program Room and Children’s Area. It took about a day to level the structures and clean-up continues. Here are some photos of the aftermath as they prepare for the next steps.
Summer Reading has taken over the Huntley Area Public Library. The community is ready to read and Dig Into Summer!
Sign up at the Information Desk to display your artwork or photography on our Featured Artist bulletin board. For grades 6-12.
Teens celebrated the midway point in the “Da Kine” (whatchamacalit) teen reading club at the library’s luau. Many silly games were played, some hula was danced, and all had an excellent time.
This October at the Huntley Area Public Library, teens got to experiment with makeup and paint – transforming themselves and some Barbies into horrifying creatures. The undead look was very popular, with zombie and vampire makeovers being among the most requested.
We celebrated the library’s Junior Volunteers on August 9, 2012 with a party generously sponsored by the library’s Friends Foundation. Thanks to all of our summer teen helpers – we couldn’t do it without you!
On June 26, 2012, Teens created their own dream journals at the library’s Teen Tuesday: Big Dreams event.