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Hours: Monday-Thursday 9:00-8:00; Friday 9:00-5:00; Saturday 9:00-5:00; Sunday 1:00-4:00

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Gray Mountain Shopaholic to the Stars Winter Street Dick Francis's Damage Gossamer Ghost Girl Next Door Neighbors Spark Hangman's Revolution City of Heavenly Fire Baking Day at Grandmas Llama Llama Trick or Treat Toy Story of Terror Transformers Season 3 memory maze Miss Klute is a Hoot

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Downloadable books and audio are available through eRead Illinois and OMNI Libraries, or visit a kid friendly site at our OMNI eReading Room for Kids.

A Byron Public Library card and Personal Identification Number (PIN), which is the last four digits of your card number, are required for access.

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Adults

See what's happening

See what's happening at the Byron Public Library. Browse new book lists, find out about upcoming events, and learn about our online resources.

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Young Adults

Find the resources you need

Need something new to read, or help with the ACT? Find out what is going on at the library for young adults.

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Children

Do more at the library

Learn about our story hours for kids, new books, and play kid-friendly games here!

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Ancestry.com

Online resource

Ancestry Library Edition is the largest online family history resource which provides access to family history via documents that record the lineage of individuals from the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Europe, Australia, and more. This program can be accessed on all library computers, personal laptops using the library WIFI, and the library webpage.

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Affordable Healthcare Act

In March, 2010, a health reform law was passed called the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA). The law was created to make preventative care more accessible and affordable for Americans.

Beginning October 1, 2013, a federal government website (healthcare.gov) and corresponding State of Illinois website (getcoveredillinois.gov) will be available to choose insurance plan options and fill out applications. If you are not comfortable using a computer, please ask a close friend or family member to help you through this process. Library staff are not qualified to assist you in filling out the forms.

Frequently asked Questions and Answers

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This online resource provides tutorials and practice tests for improved academics, preparation for careers and skills to succcessfully enter the job market. Learning Express