Food For Fines!
Come clear overdue fines by donating
food for those less fortunate this holiday season!
The Justice Public Library will waive $1.00 of your overdue fines for each food item that you donate to the Village of Justice Annual Christmas Basket Program.
Just bring your qualifying food donations to the circulation desk and the staff will do the rest. Donated items must be:
- In good condition (manufacturer sealed, no dents, etc.)
- Have labels intact
- Have expiration dates good for at least a year
Please Note: Only overdue fines or fees to replace a lost library card can be waived with Food For Fines. Lost or damaged item charges cannot be waived with this program.
(Thursday, December 1, 2016 — 6:30 PM)
In 1843, to pay off some debts, Charles Dickens quickly wrote A Christmas Carol. Little did he
know how enduring and loves the story was to become. William Pack returns to our library to
present A Christmas Carol using Dickens’ own abridgement, created for the author’s own
performances. Along with the hypnotic retelling of the classic tale, learn fascinating facts about
Dickens’ life and times, and experience a modern recreation of a magic lantern slide show, like the
ones popular in Dickens’ own time.
Justice Public Library brings you… Digital Games!
ONEPLAY for Libraries Is Here!
OnePlay for Libraries is now available for our patrons. Download and play full versions of a huge variety of games at no cost to you (because we paid it for you!) There are currently over 1,500 games for PC and 500+ for Android devices, with more being added every day.
You’ll need an Internet connection to install the app, download games, and activate the games. Once a game is activated, you can play it offline.
To create your account:
- You must have a library card from the Justice Public Library to use this service – have it with you when you register.
- Go to https://www.rbdigital.com/justiceil/service
- Click Create New Account and follow the instructions.
- Once you have created your account, log in and click the OnePlay button.
- You’ll see a pop-up asking you to install the OnePlay app.
- If you click the button for the PC app, the download will begin. Just follow the instructions to install the app.
- If you click the Android app, you’ll be taken to the general OnePlay site and you download the app there. Again, just follow the instructions. **Note: Do NOT enter any credit card info. This is free for patrons! You just need to go to this site to get the app.**
- Once the app is installed (on PC, Android device, or both), open the app.
- Browse/search for games and download those you want. (Just use the app from this point on. No need to return to the above link.)
- The first time you open a game, you’ll need to type in the e-mail and password you used to create your account. Once each game is activated, you can play it offline.
The best news… You can keep the games! No need to return them – ever!
Don’t forget we have Museum Adventure Passes at Justice Public Library!
Passes are available for Brookfield Zoo, The Chicago Botanic Garden, The Children’s Museum in Oak Lawn, Naper Settlement, LEGOland Discovery Center, and other suburban museums and institutions. Check out Museum Adventure Pass for the complete list and terms and conditions for each museum or institution. Call or visit the library for complete details!
(Passes are only available for adult Justice Public Library card holders in good standing.)
The Justice Public Library District is a member of
Reaching Across Illinois Library System