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BOOK ONLINE NOW Cook Park Library, Libertyville
  • 3 adult study rooms in the Fiction area (main level) available to patrons 14 years of age and older. 2 children’s study rooms in the Children’s Department available to patrons 11 to 14 years of age. Children
  • 10 and under must be accompanied by an adult.
  • To reserve an Adult Study Room
  • Call the Adult Reference Desk at 847-362-2330, ext. 1302. Upon arrival, please check in at the Adult Reference Desk.
  • To reserve a Children’s Study Room
  • Call the Children’s Reference Desk at 847-362-2330, ext. 1304. Upon arrival, please check in at the Children’s Reference Desk
Aspen Drive Library, Vernon Hills
  • 2 study rooms available to patrons 14 years of age and older.
  • To reserve an Aspen Drive Study Room
  • Call the Aspen Reference Desk at 847-362-2330, ext. 1402.
Rules and Guidelines Study rooms can be reserved up to 1 week in advance for up to 2 hours a day. Please note: Your reservation will be cancelled if you do not arrive within 15 minutes of the scheduled time.
The meeting rooms at the Aspen Drive Library and Cook Park Library are available for use by in-district groups engaged in educational, cultural, intellectual, civic, and other non-profit activities when not being used by the library or its affiliated organizations. Seating capacity is fifty (50) people for the Aspen Drive meeting room and fifty (50) people for the Cook Park meeting room. See our full Meeting Room Policy for more details. If your meeting or event complies with our meeting room policies, please print and fill out an application. Mail the application along with $5 cash or check for the room rental to:
Cook Memorial Public Library District Attn: Gabriella Pantle 413 N. Milwaukee Ave. Libertyville, IL 60048
Upon receipt of the completed application and review by Administration, the requested date will be reserved.
Download the Meeting Room Application
Use your library card to access our public computers.
  • Sign on to a library computer with the bar code number on the back of your card.
  • Up to 3 hours per day.
  • If you forget your card, ask a librarian to look up the number for you.
  • If you have a card from another Illinois library district, register it at our Checkout Desk. Then you will be able to log on to a computer with your card.
  • Guest passes for visitors from other areas available at the Reference Desk.
Printing and Copying Print and copy services are available at both library locations
Cost Black and White: 10 cents/page Color: 25 cents/page
Scanning and Faxing The library provides scanners to scan documents, photos, etc. to a USB flash drive or email address free of charge. The public scanners have outgoing faxing capabilities. Charge for faxing is $1 per page, to be paid in cash. It is not possible to receive faxes at the library.
Mobile Printing Print from any personal computer or device off-site or at the library using our remote printing service. Print now!
Both libraries feature Digital Studio spaces where you can create and edit recordings, videos, and graphics. Convert your VHS to DVD or video files, check out a GoPro camera, learn Photoshop, video conference with Skype, and so much more! For more information, including our rules and guidelines, see the Digital Studio page.
The library participates in the Museum Adventure Pass program. Check the list of participating museums for details on each cultural destination.
To request a pass for one of the participating museums, visit or call one of our locations to find out about current pass availability.
The library has a limited number of passes for each participating organization, and they are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Museum Adventure Passes are limited to one per family and are checked out using your Cook Library card.
Loan period is SEVEN DAYS.
Passes cannot be reserved or checked out online or by phone.
Admission offers vary by museum. The museum will collect the pass when you visit and you may be asked to show identification.
For patrons who are unable to come to the library due to disability, we provide free home delivery of library materials. Please call the Outreach Office, 224-513-7434, to inquire about home delivery services.
Come to a book discussion at the library! No registration required. Anyone who has read the book is welcome to join. See the Book Clubs page for schedules and book selections.
For local book clubs we provide book-lending services to over 140 active clubs! Let us help you start your own. See the Book Clubs page for details.
Both Cook Park Library and Aspen Drive Library have collections of books in:
Free ESL classes are offered through Mundelein High School at nine different locations throughout Lake County including Cook Park Library and Aspen Drive Library. Please register.
For further information: 847-949-2200, ext. 1399 Para más información: 847-949-2200, ext. 1072
Complete this form if you are a published author and would like to participate in our local author program. After completing the form, a librarian will contact you with further information.
Notary public service is provided at no charge by authorized library staff. Patrons seeking Notary Service should call the Library at 847-362-2330 an hour prior to their visit to ensure a Notary is available. Please read our Notary Public Guidelines before using the library’s notary services.
If you live in Lake County and are eligible to vote, you can register to vote at either library location. Visit the Adult Services desk at Cook Park or the Aspen Reference Desk at Aspen Drive.
You must provide two forms of identification Please see the Illinois State Board of Elections’ Registering to Vote in Illinois pamphlet for eligibility requirements and acceptable forms of identification.
The library offers a free test proctoring service at the Cook Park location.
If you would like to have a test proctored at the library please read our proctoring rules and information, then fill out our proctoring request form and a library proctor will contact you.
When a title is not in our collection, Cook Memorial Public Library District cardholders may request it through our interlibrary loan services. For more information, including our rules and guidelines, see the Interlibrary Loan page.
Send your 3D designs to be printed and pick them up at the library. Visit our 3D Printing page for more details.