Tax Forms, Information, and Help

Tax helpThe Library will have a limited amount of basic tax forms. We will put the forms out as we receive them. Federal forms can be printed from the IRS Forms & Pubs site. Illinois tax forms can be printed from the Illinois Revenue site.

For information on ordering tax forms by phone, mailing addresses for filing, and AARP Tax-Aide, please see our tax help page.

 
Introducing: Lynda.com

lynda.comSaturday, February 13, 10 a.m.

Get an overview of Lynda.com, an online training site used to learn the latest technology, software, creative, and business skills. Known for high-quality instructional videos taught by recognized industry experts, Lynda.com subscriptions cost approximately $25 each month, but access is free for Woodridge Public Library cardholders.

 
Library Needlers

Sweet and Simple Scarflette by BellaCrochet. Click for pattern.Monday, February 15, 6:00 - 8:30 p.m.

Join us for conversation and companionship and to work on any needle-related project. Bring your own supplies. Everyone is welcome, beginners to advanced.

The Needlers meet in the reception area off the Lobby. No registration required, just come in any time.

Get a free pattern for the Sweet and Simple Scarflette by clicking the picture.

 
Get Out of Debt in 9 Years

Get out of debtThursday, February 18, 6:30 p.m.

During this one hour class a representative from COFFE (Community Outreach For Financial Education) will offer basic money management techniques and discuss useful financial tools.

 
African American History Month Speaker Ernest Brown

Ernest BrownSaturday, February 20, 2 p.m.

The library will host Ernest Brown as he discusses his law enforcement career as a Chicago Police veteran, former Darien Police Chief and his current role as Director of Homeland Security for Cook County. Hear his inspirational story as he offers a vision of successful individuals and proactive communities.

Attendance is open to all members of the Woodridge community and may be of special interest to educators, law enforcement professionals or anyone interested in community building. Encourage a teenager you know to attend. There will be an opportunity for your teen to meet Mr. Brown.

 
Home Buying Seminar

Home buyingThursday, February 25, 7 p.m.

Why is now a good time to buy? What is involved? What about foreclosures? Want the answers? Attend this information-packed panel discussion featuring local real estate experts. Bring your questions!

 
Petra Sings: Jazz Duet

Petra Van NuisSunday, February 28, 2 p.m.

Come and enjoy an afternoon of cool melodies and hot jazz. Petra Van Nuis sings in a distinctive light and gorgeous voice accompanied by the superb Chicago guitarist Andy Brown.

 
Woodridge Oral History Project

Oral History Project CollageTeen volunteers interviewed longtime Woodridge residents this past summer as part of the Woodridge Public Library Local Oral History Project. These interviews capture details and viewpoints not often found in traditional records. Our community members shared their memories of Woodridge, what brought them here, and the ways they've seen the village change. The interviews will remain part of our online Local History section. 
 

Read about the participants and listen to the stories that make up the Oral History Project.

 
Library Art Gallery: Chuck Morris

Chuck MorrisChuck Morris has been photographing and printing landscapes and street scenes for many years. Within the last few years he has dedicated his time exclusively to digital works, "The addition of color and the instant appraisal of a shot aids my landscape work tremendously, as does the power and utility of digital processing software." The landscapes featured in the exhibit were all photographed within a few miles of Downers Grove, many at the Morton Arboretum.

 

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