Senior Classes & Events
The Library offers a variety of engaging activities designed for older adults including senior fitness; health and Medicare workshops, and other socialization opportunities. Many of these activities are made possible by grants from Age Options. For more information on classes and events, please check our Events Calendar.
Home Delivery Services
We are committed to serving those Brookfield residents who may find it difficult to come into the Library. If you, a friend, or loved one would benefit from home delivery of library services, please complete the interest form, which can be found here. Once your form is received, Library staff will work with you to request materials and set up deliveries. A copy of this form will need to be signed and sent to Library staff, certifying that materials can be delivered to you.
To learn more about the service, please contact the Adult & Teen Services Desk 708-485-6917 x 130
The Library has been notified that AARP is unable to provide its free tax assistance program for the 2022/2023 tax season. Free tax counseling is available through Triton College's RSVP initiative. To learn more contact Triton College at 708-456-0300 x 3895.
Brookfield Aging Well Team
Aging Well is a program of Aging Care Connections. The Brookfield Aging Well Team meets at the Library on the last Monday of the month and consists of community volunteers & area businesses, including the Library. The team's mission is to share information to help Brookfield's seniors "age well."
- The Senior's Guide to Brookfield Community Resources
Put together by the Brookfield Aging Well Team
Area Organizations Serving Seniors
- Aging Care Connections
- Brookfield Colgrass Cafe/ Community Nutrition Network
- Cantata Adult Life Services
- Interfaith Community Partners
- People Care
- Lyons Township
- Proviso Township