Walnut Public Library
The Walnut Public Library is a non-profit organization supporting Walnut and the surrounding areas by providing a wide array of print, audio and online resources, onsite wi-fi, public computers, children’s programs and more.
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Walnut Public Library District would like to thank the community for the generous donations that have been received to preserve the village history. The library has received $4,026.35 in donations...
Walnut Public Library District has been selected as one of 240 libraries to participate inLibraries Transforming Communities: Accessible Small and Rural Communities, an American Library Association...
Explore More Illinois is a free service provided by your library that provides instant online access to free and discounted tickets to museums, science centers, sporting events, zoos, park districts, theatres, and other fun and local cultural venues.
Library Card Policy
All residents of Walnut and Walnut Township may obtain a library card upon providing a form of identification which bears their name and address. Read our full policy here.
Our Long Range Plan 2021-2026
A five-year report that recognizes goals, objectives and responses for the future of the library. Read the full document here.
Summer Reading Program Registration
Our Summer Reading Program spans two months (June and July) and is for ages Kindergarten through High School. You can find out more and register for our Summer Reading Program here.
101 Heaton Street
Walnut, IL 61376
Monday: 10-6 pm
Tuesday: 12-5 pm
Wednesday: 10-6 pm
Friday: 12-5 pm
Saturday: 9-12 pm
Thursday & Sunday: Closed