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The Antioch District Library participates in the Museum Adventure Pass program. Through this program, APLD cardholders can receive admission or a special discount to participating Chicago area destinations. Offers are good for one week from pickup date and must be claimed at the library. For a list of participating organizations and the special they offer click the logo below. Any questions, please visit the Adult Reference Department or call (847) 395-0874 option 2.
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