Museum Adventure Pass
Museum Adventure Passes are now available. For more details, visit the website http://www.museumadventure.org.
Here’s how you can Check out a Museum Adventure Pass at your Library:
Visit your home library to find out current pass availability. Library staff will be able to check on what is available, and also check out the passes.
Libraries have a limited number of passes for each participating organization, and are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Passes cannot be reserved or checked out online or on the phone.
One Museum Adventure Pass may be checked out per person, per loan period. The loan period is SEVEN DAYS and will expire after the date printed on the pass.
Admission offers vary per museum. For some, two or four people may be admitted free per pass, or by carload. If admission is free, another special discount will be offered.
Passes are for one-time use and are not transferable. Your name will be printed on the pass, and you may be asked to show identification at the museum. The museum will collect the pass when you visit.
Check the list of participating museums for details on each cultural destination. Find out what discoveries await you, get directions to the museum, and review each museum’s pass entry offer, including any restrictions that may apply.
Explore More Illinois is a cultural pass program that allows Illinois public library cardholders to get offers from museums, park districts, historical societies, performing and visual arts centers, and other attractions. Explore More Illinois is free and can be accessed 24/7 from any computer, tablet, or smartphone.
Check out the Explore More Illinois page to see a list of participating locations. Just type in your library card number and password to search for offers at attractions around the state.
We provide delivery of materials such as books, audio-books, CDs and DVDs to card-holding patrons who are unable to physically come to the Library, including new parents. For more information about having items delivered to your home and to sign up for Home Delivery, visit: https://plainfieldpubliclibrary.org/services/home-delivery-services/.
Free notary public service is provided by the Library for most documents, with the exception of real estate documents, which are excluded. The Library also cannot notarize government I-9 forms, nor can we provide an Apostille. An Apostille is a form that certifies the authenticity of a document that is issued in one country to be used and considered valid in another. These can be obtained through the Secretary of State’s office.
Several staff members are licensed to notarize signatures on documents. While in general notaries are available during regular business hours, we strongly recommend calling before coming in to make sure a notary is available.
For more information on our notary services, please see Section Three of our Library Policies.
The Library offers proctoring services free of charge to adult Plainfield Public Library District cardholders on exams that are four hours or less, with the following stipulations:
- Proctoring must be scheduled at least one week in advance and is administered by appointment only.
- There is a $5 rescheduling fee for cancellations.
- The Library cannot provide a dedicated quiet space for taking exams.
- Proctors will not remain with the student but will intermittently monitor them.
- Tests requiring software must be downloaded on the student’s own device.
- Students are responsible for providing a pre-paid mailing envelope for paper tests that need to be mailed back to the institution.
To request a proctoring appointment, please complete the proctoring request form.
Sign Language Interpreter Request
The Library will provide a sign language interpreter for programs and events, whenever possible. 7 business days notice is required in order for the Library to hire a qualified interpreter. Click here to Request a Sign Language Interpreter.
Illinois residents, from any county may register to vote at the Plainfield Public Library. You must be at least 18 years old by election day to register. Bring in two forms of identification, at least one showing your current address. A registrar is available whenever the Library is open, but we recommend calling before you come to register.