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Sulzer Regional Library, Chicago Public Library

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Alex
Alex
September 25, 2016
Housed in an architecturally significant building (slated to undergo remodeling soon), Sultzer offers a great selection of books and media; as well as hosting a variety of events and speakers. Teens can check out the YOUMedia lab too!
Christine
Christine
April 25, 2016
The "Regional" part means that this is an extra-large public library. It frequently hosts lectures and other community events and boasts one of the best audio and video collections in the city. Plenty of space to find some peace and quiet, especially on the second floor.
Tim
Tim
August 27, 2015
Our regional library overlooking Welles Park. www.chipublib.org
Ani
Ani
August 12, 2015
Free concerts, great workshops and classes!
Janet
Janet
August 4, 2015
Amazing library which is kid friendly and many activities!

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Ubicación
4455 North Lincoln Avenue
Chicago, IL 60625
Teléfono+1 312-744-7616
Sitio webchipublib.org
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