Did you know that you can use your laptop at the library? We have free WiFi all over the building so you can get your work done, or keep in touch with old friends. But, you don't have to go to the library to take advantage of what we have to offer. Freshen up your computer skills on Learning Express, or download a new eBook for your tablet.
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. Free software may also need to be downloaded to your computer or ereader.
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.Ancestry
Obituaries and more
Watch this link for online access to obituary listings in the Byron Cemetery. We are adding new obits, as well as other interesting historical documents, every week! We are also accepting historical materials to be scanned and accessed on our website (with the Director's approval). These materials would be returned to you after scanning. Email us with any questions or if you have a suggestion for what you would like to see on our Genealogy page at email@example.com
Can’t find a book that you need in our catalog? Check libraries all over the state with WorldCat. There is no need to sign-in.
If you find something you want to order from Illinois, use the email link button and send to firstname.lastname@example.org or call Byron Public Library at (815) 234-5107 to place a hold.
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Talking Book and Braille Service
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