Lincoln Public
Library District

A Carnegie Library
Established 1902

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Mike Starasta, Library Director
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Tuesday, Mar. 3:
Toddler Time- Ages 6 months-3 get the chance to dance, sing, and wiggle from 10:00-10:20 am. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Story Time- Ages 3-5 get to listen to a fun story and participate in a craft. 10:30-11:00 am. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Monday, Mar. 2:
STREAM – Grades K-2 get to experiment in different scientific areas and create something to take home for more fun! 3:30-4:00 pm. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Saturday, Feb. 29:
Post your community event on the Library’s bulletin boards.
Friday, Feb. 28:
Game Night- Grades 6-8 can choose between a selection of board and card games to play 3:30-4:45. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Thursday, Feb. 27:
Explorer Club – Grades 3-5 can enjoy fun engineering and biology program activities 3:30-4:15 pm. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Wednesday, Feb. 26:
The Library serves as a recycling point for used ink & toner cartridges.
Tuesday, Feb. 25:
Toddler Time- Ages 6 months-3 get the chance to dance, sing, and wiggle from 10:00-10:20 am. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.

Story Time- Ages 3-5 get to listen to a fun story and participate in a craft. 10:30-11:00 am. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Monday, Feb. 24:
STREAM – Grades K-2 get to experiment in different scientific areas and create something to take home for more fun! 3:30-4:00 pm. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Saturday, Feb. 22:
Free brochures of the William Maxwell self-guided walking tour in Lincoln are available in the Carnegie building’s brochure rack.
Friday, Feb. 21:
Game Night- Grades 9-12 can choose between a selection of board and card games to play 3:30-4:45. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Thursday, Feb. 20:
Explorer Club – Grades 3-5 can enjoy fun engineering and biology program activities 3:30-4:15 pm. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Wednesday, Feb. 19:
Sensory Friendly Playtime-From 3:30-5:00 children can enjoy a calmer environment to play with the toys the library has to offer.
Tuesday, Feb. 18:
Toddler Time- Ages 6 months-3 get the chance to dance, sing, and wiggle from 10:00-10:20 am. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.

Story Time- Ages 3-5 get to listen to a fun story and participate in a craft. 10:30-11:00 am. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Monday, Feb. 17:
CLOSED for Presidents day. Tomorrow we will be open at our regular hours of 9 am to 7 pm
Saturday, Feb. 15:
The Library offers wireless printing from your device. Available in the Carnegie building.
Friday, Feb. 14:
Happy Valentine’s Day! Come visit the library for Valentine themed books and to make a Valentine’s card for our Valentine’s Day box and for your friends and family.
Thursday, Feb. 13:
Valentine’s Come and Go Crafts. Come make a Valentine’s Day card for our Valentine’s Day Box and then makes as many as you want for your friends and family.
Wednesday, Feb. 12:
If you have a question or request after the Library’s closed, simply click “Ask A Librarian” on the website’s main menu.
Tuesday, Feb. 11:
The Library offers wireless printing from your device. Available in the Carnegie building.
Monday, Feb. 10:
Make your voice heard! The Library is posting a weekly Facebook poll. Questions are posted each Thursday for one week. We will post the results on Facebook.
Saturday, Feb. 8:
For access to important resources for the State of Illinois click ILLINOIS RESOURCES in the main menu of the Library’s website.
Friday, Feb. 7:
Post your community event on the Library’s bulletin boards.
Thursday, Feb. 6:
The Library serves as a recycling point for used ink & toner cartridges.
Wednesday, Feb. 5:
Make your voice heard! The Library is posting a weekly Facebook poll. Questions are posted each Thursday for one week. We will post the results on Facebook.
Tuesday, Feb. 4:
Jobs are available for the 2020 Federal Census. Go to 2020census.gov/jobs or check the information on our bulletin board.
Monday, Feb. 3:
Valentine’s Come and Go Crafts. Come make a Valentine’s Day card for our Valentine’s Day Box and then makes as many as you want for your friends and family.
Saturday, Feb. 1:
Last day to vote for your favorite Lego MOC (My Own Creation) entry.
Friday, Jan. 31:
Come see the Lego MOC’s (My Own Creation) on display and vote for your favorite. Tomorrow is the last day to vote.
Thursday, Jan. 30:
A Raffle Barrel is available for checkout with a valid Lincoln Public Library District card.
Wednesday, Jan. 29:
The Adult Winter Reading Program starts in February! Details will be posted soon.
Tuesday, Jan. 28:
It’s Your Library! Express your opinion - The Library is posting a weekly Facebook poll. Questions are posted each Thursday for one week. We will post the results on Facebook.
Monday, Jan. 27:
Start voting for your favorite Lego MOC (My Own Creation) today!
Saturday, Jan. 25:
Family Lego Day- 9:30-12:30. All ages are welcome to join us for Family Lego Day. Bring your own Legos or use the Legos the Library has to build to your hearts content. You may enter your favorite creation into the Lego MOC contest.
Friday, Jan. 24:
Tomorrow January 25 is the last day to enter your Lego MOC (My Own Creation) into the Lego MOC Contest. Bring in your creation today by 4:30 pm or tomorrow 9:00 am -12:30 pm.
Thursday, Jan. 23:
The Adult Winter Reading Program starts in February! Details will be posted soon.
Wednesday, Jan. 22:
Free brochures of the William Maxwell self-guided walking tour in Lincoln are available in the Carnegie building’s brochure rack.
Tuesday, Jan. 21:
The Library serves as a recycling point for used ink & toner cartridges.
Monday, Jan. 20:
The Library offers wireless printing from your device. Available in the Carnegie building.
Saturday, Jan. 18:
Make your voice heard! The Library is posting a weekly Facebook poll. Questions are posted each Thursday for one week. We will post the results on Facebook.
Friday, Jan. 17:
Enter your Lego MOC (My Own Creation) at the Youth Services desk. It will remain on display and patrons will get to vote for their favorite starting January 27 and ending February 1.
Thursday, Jan. 16:
Register for Family Lego Day to reserve a seat for you and your family. Visit the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Wednesday, Jan. 15:
Sensory Friendly Playtime-From 3:30-5:00 children can enjoy a calmer environment to play with the toys the library has to offer.
The Adult Winter Reading Program starts in February! Details will be posted soon.
Tuesday, Jan. 14:
Stuffed Animal Slumber Party Pick up- Pick up your stuffed animal and see a picture of them with their friends. All photos of their adventures will be on Facebook by the end of the day. Pick up 9:00 am- 6:45 pm
Monday, Jan. 13:
Stuffed Animal Slumber Party Drop Off- Kindergarten through grade 12 are welcome to drop of one of their independent stuffed animals for a slumber party. Drop off 9 am – 4:45 pm.
Saturday, Jan. 11:
If you have a question or request after the Library’s closed, simply click “Ask A Librarian” on the website’s main menu.
Friday, Jan. 10:
The Library offers wireless printing from your device. Available in the Carnegie building.
Thursday, Jan. 9:
Make your voice heard! The Library is posting a weekly Facebook poll. Questions are posted each Thursday for one week. We will post the results on Facebook.
Wednesday, Jan. 8:
For access to important resources for the State of Illinois click ILLINOIS RESOURCES in the main menu of the Library’s website.
Tuesday, Jan. 7:
Post your community event on the Library’s bulletin boards.
Monday, Jan. 6:
The Library serves as a recycling point for used ink & toner cartridges.
Saturday, Jan. 4:
Make your voice heard! The Library is posting a weekly Facebook poll. Questions are posted each Thursday for one week. We will post the results on Facebook.
Friday, Jan. 3:
Jobs will available for the 2020 Federal Census. Go to http://2020census.gov/jobs or check the information on our bulletin board.
Thursday, Jan. 2:
Lego MOC (My Own Creation) contest starts today! January 2 – January 25. All ages are welcome to enter their creation into the contest. We will have them on display until the end of the month, January 27 – February 1. Patrons can vote for their favorite entry.
Wednesday, Jan. 1:
Happy New Year! The Library will be closed today, January 1. We will be open tomorrow, January 2 during regular hours 9am-7pm.
Tuesday, Dec. 31:
Happy New Year’s Eve! The Library will be closed at 5:00PM on December 31 and tomorrow on January 1st and will reopen January 2nd for regular hours.
Monday, Dec. 30:
Come and Go Crafts-Ages 2-7 and ages 7-11 can come in at any time to do a new craft of the week. The new craft will come out every Monday and stay available for the rest of the month.
Saturday, Dec. 28:
It’s Your Library! Express your opinion - The Library is posting a weekly Facebook poll. Questions are posted each Thursday for one week. We will post the results on Facebook.
Friday, Dec. 27:
The Library offers wireless printing from your device. Available in the Carnegie building.
Thursday, Dec. 26:
Happy Kwanzaa! Kwanzaa begins December 26th and ends January 1st. Come check out our books to help you celebrate or learn about this holiday.
Wednesday, Dec. 25:
Merry Christmas! The Library is closed December 24th and December 25th. We will be open December 26th during regular hours.
Tuesday, Dec. 24:
Merry Christmas! The Library is closed December 24th and December 25th. We will be open December 26th during regular hours.
Monday, Dec. 23:
Come and Go Crafts-Ages 2-7 and ages 7-11 can come in at any time to do a new craft of the week. The new craft will come out every Monday and stay available for the rest of the month.
Saturday, Dec. 21:
Happy Hanukkah! Hanukkah begins December 22nd and ends December 30th. Come check out our growing collection of Hanukkah books to help you celebrate or to learn about this popular Jewish holiday.
Friday, Dec. 20:
Step back in time - The Library will offer a special “Christmas In The Carnegie” public display in December. Details will be posted on the web site.
Thursday, Dec. 19:
Make your voice heard! The Library is posting a weekly Facebook poll. Questions are posted each Thursday for one week. We will post the results on Facebook.
Wednesday, Dec. 18:
Story Time-1:00-1:30 pm. All ages are welcome to attend this holiday special story time. Listen to a holiday themed story and stop by the Come and Go Crafts table to make a craft at the library or take the craft items home with you to do later.
Sensory Friendly Playtime-From 3:30-5:00 children can enjoy a calmer environment to play with the toys the library has to offer.
Tuesday, Dec. 17:
Story Time-5:30-6:00 pm. All ages are welcome to attend this holiday special story time. Listen to a holiday themed story and stop by the Come and Go Crafts table to make a craft at the library or take the craft items home with you to do later.
Monday, Dec. 16:
Come and Go Crafts-Ages 2-7 and ages 7-11 can come in at any time to do a new craft of the week. The new craft will come out every Monday and stay available for the rest of the month.
Saturday, Dec. 14:
For access to important resources for the State of Illinois click ILLINOIS RESOURCES in the main menu of the Library’s website.
Friday, Dec. 13:
Post your community event on the Library’s bulletin boards.
Thursday, Dec. 12:
Jobs will available for the 2020 Federal Census. Go to 2020census.gov/jobs or check the information on our bulletin board.
Wednesday, Dec. 11:
New book: The Official Bright Line Eating Cookbook, Susan Peirce Thompson (641.5635 THO).
Tuesday, Dec. 10:
Make your voice heard! The Library is posting a weekly Facebook poll. Questions are posted each Thursday for one week. We will post the results on Facebook.
Monday, Dec. 9:
Come and Go Crafts-Ages 2-7 and ages 7-11 can come in at any time to do a new craft of the week. The new craft will come out every Monday and stay available for the rest of the month.
Saturday, Dec. 7:
Make your voice heard! The Library is posting a weekly Facebook poll. Questions are posted each Thursday for one week. We will post the results on Facebook.
Friday, Dec. 6:
The Library serves as a recycling point for used ink & toner cartridges.
Thursday, Dec. 5:
Step back in time - The Library will offer a special “Christmas In The Carnegie” public display in December. Details will be posted on the web site.
Wednesday, Dec. 4:
If you have a question or request after the Library’s closed, simply click “Ask A Librarian” on the website’s main menu.
Tuesday, Dec. 3:
Pictures with Santa- All ages are welcome to come visit Santa 5:30-7:00 pm and get their photo taken with him.
Monday, Dec. 2:
Come and Go Crafts-Ages 2-7 and ages 7-11 can come in at any time to do a new craft of the week. The new craft will come out every Monday and stay available for the rest of the month.
Saturday, Nov. 30:
Step back in time - The Library will offer a special “Christmas In The Carnegie” public display in December. Details will be posted on the web site.
Friday, Nov. 29:
Make your voice heard! The Library is posting a weekly Facebook poll. Questions are posted each Thursday for one week. We will post the results on Facebook.
Thursday, Nov. 28:
The Library is closed today to celebrate Thanksgiving. We will reopen Friday at our regular hours.
Wednesday, Nov. 27:
The Library offers wireless printing from your device. Available in the Carnegie building.
Tuesday, Nov. 26:
NANOWRIMO- Grades 9-12 are welcome to join us anytime from 3:30-6:30. We will have space set up for prompt cards and lesson plans to help guide you with writing novels, short stories, poems, or any other creative writing you would like to express.
Monday, Nov. 25:
Come and Go Crafts-Ages 2-7 and ages 7-11 can come in at any time to do a new craft of the week. The new craft will come out every Monday and stay available for the rest of the month.
Saturday, Nov. 23:
It’s Your Library! Express your opinion - The Library is posting a weekly Facebook poll. Questions are posted each Thursday for one week. We will post the results on Facebook.
Friday, Nov. 22:
Dungeons and Dragons – Grades 9-12 can join us on a quest to learn the basics of D&D before starting up our very own campaign. Call 732-5732 for details.
Thursday, Nov. 21:
NANOWRIMO- Grades 6-8 are welcome to join us anytime from 3:30-6:30. We will have space set up for prompt cards and lesson plans to help guide you with writing novels, short stories, poems, or any other creative writing you would like to express.
Family Reading Night- All ages are welcome to join us for Family Reading Night. Come read stories or play games centered on our Disney Theme.
Wednesday, Nov. 20:
Sensory Friendly Playtime-From 3:30-5:00 children can enjoy a calmer environment to play with the toys the library has to offer.
Tuesday, Nov. 19:
NANOWRIMO- Grades 9-12 are welcome to join us anytime from 3:30-6:30. We will have space set up for prompt cards and lesson plans to help guide you with writing novels, short stories, poems, or any other creative writing you would like to express.
Monday, Nov. 18:
Come and Go Crafts-Ages 2-7 and ages 7-11 can come in at any time to do a new craft of the week. The new craft will come out every Monday and stay available for the rest of the month.
Saturday, Nov. 16:
Make your voice heard! The Library is posting a weekly Facebook poll. Questions are posted each Thursday for one week. We will post the results on Facebook.
Friday, Nov. 15:
Dungeons and Dragons – Grades 9-12 can join us on a quest to learn the basics of D&D before starting up our very own campaign. Call 732-5732 for details.
Cheesy Movie Night- Grades 9-12 are welcome to join us for a cheesy movie night. The movie will start at 5:15 after the library has closed. We will have cheese pizza and watch Plan 9 From Outer Space.
Thursday, Nov. 14:
NANOWRIMO- Grades 6-8 are welcome to join us anytime from 3:30-6:30. We will have space set up for prompt cards and lesson plans to help guide you with writing novels, short stories, poems, or any other creative writing you would like to express.
Wednesday, Nov. 13:
Post your community event on the Library’s bulletin boards.
Tuesday, Nov. 12:
NANOWRIMO- Grades 9-12 are welcome to join us anytime from 3:30-6:30. We will have space set up for prompt cards and lesson plans to help guide you with writing novels, short stories, poems, or any other creative writing you would like to express.
Monday, Nov. 11:
The Library is closed today to celebrate Veterans’ Day. We will open Tuesday at our regular hours.
Saturday, Nov. 9:
Make your voice heard! The Library is posting a weekly Facebook poll. Questions are posted each Thursday for one week. We will post the results on Facebook.
Friday, Nov. 8:
Dungeons and Dragons – Grades 9-12 can join us on a quest to learn the basics of D&D before starting up our very own campaign. Call 732-5732 for details.
Cheesy Movie Night- Grades 6-8 are welcome to join us for a cheesy movie night. The movie will start at 5:15 after the library has closed. We will have cheese pizza and watch The Pied Piper of Hamelin.
Thursday, Nov. 7:
NANOWRIMO- Grades 6-8 are welcome to join us anytime from 3:30-6:30. We will have space set up for prompt cards and lesson plans to help guide you with writing novels, short stories, poems, or any other creative writing you would like to express.
Wednesday, Nov. 6:
The Library serves as a recycling point for used ink & toner cartridges.
Tuesday, Nov. 5:
NANOWRIMO- Grades 9-12 are welcome to join us anytime from 3:30-6:30. We will have space set up for prompt cards and lesson plans to help guide you with writing novels, short stories, poems, or any other creative writing you would like to express.
Monday, Nov. 4:
Come and Go Crafts-Ages 2-7 and ages 7-11 can come in at any time to do a new craft of the week. The new craft will come out every Monday and stay available for the rest of the month.
Saturday, Nov. 2:
If you have a question or request after the Library’s closed, simply click “Ask A Librarian” on the website’s main menu.
Friday, Nov. 1:
Dungeons and Dragons – Grades 9-12 can join us on a quest to learn the basics of D&D before starting up our very own campaign. Call 732-5732 for details.
Thursday, Oct. 31:
Explorer Club – Grades 3-5 can enjoy fun engineering and biology program activities 3:30-4:15 pm. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Live Escape Room- All ages are welcome to attempt to solve a series of puzzles and discover clues to unlock the secret chest in 30 minutes. Grades 5 and younger need at least one adult in their group of 5. Grades 6 and up can attend with friends, family, or be assigned to a group. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Wednesday, Oct. 30:
Toddler Time- Ages 6 months-3 get the chance to dance, sing, and wiggle from 10:00-10:20 am. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Story Time- Ages 3-5 get to listen to a fun story and participate in a craft. 10:30-11:00 am. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Live Escape Room- All ages are welcome to attempt to solve a series of puzzles and discover clues to unlock the secret chest in 30 minutes. Grades 5 and younger need at least one adult in their group of 5. Grades 6 and up can attend with friends, family, or be assigned to a group. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Tuesday, Oct. 29:
Toddler Time- Ages 6 months-3 get the chance to dance, sing, and wiggle from 10:00-10:20 am. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Story Time- Ages 3-5 get to listen to a fun story and participate in a craft. 10:30-11:00 am. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Live Escape Room- All ages are welcome to attempt to solve a series of puzzles and discover clues to unlock the secret chest in 30 minutes. Grades 5 and younger need at least one adult in their group of 5. Grades 6 and up can attend with friends, family, or be assigned to a group. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Monday, Oct. 28:
STREAM – Grades K-2 get to experiment in different scientific areas and create something to take home for more fun! 3:30-4:00 pm. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Live Escape Room- All ages are welcome to attempt to solve a series of puzzles and discover clues to unlock the secret chest in 30 minutes. Grades 5 and younger need at least one adult in their group of 5. Grades 6 and up can attend with friends, family, or be assigned to a group. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Saturday, Oct. 26:
The Library offers wireless printing from your device. Available in the Carnegie building.
Friday, Oct. 25:
Dungeons and Dragons – Grades 9-12 can join us on a quest to learn the basics of D&D before starting up our very own campaign. Call 732-5732 for details.
Thursday, Oct. 24:
Explorer Club – Grades 3-5 can enjoy fun engineering and biology program activities 3:30-4:15 pm. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Wednesday, Oct. 23:
Toddler Time- Ages 6 months-3 get the chance to dance, sing, and wiggle from 10:00-10:20 am. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Story Time- Ages 3-5 get to listen to a fun story and participate in a craft. 10:30-11:00 am. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Tuesday, Oct. 22:
Toddler Time- Ages 6 months-3 get the chance to dance, sing, and wiggle from 10:00-10:20 am. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Story Time- Ages 3-5 get to listen to a fun story and participate in a craft. 10:30-11:00 am. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Monday, Oct. 21:
STREAM – Grades K-2 get to experiment in different scientific areas and create something to take home for more fun! 3:30-4:00 pm. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Saturday, Oct. 19:
If you have a question or request after the Library’s closed, simply click “Ask A Librarian” on the main menu.
Friday, Oct. 18:
Dungeons and Dragons – Grades 9-12 can join us on a quest to learn the basics of D&D before starting up our very own campaign. Call 732-5732 for details.
Thursday, Oct. 17:
Explorer Club – Grades 3-5 can enjoy fun engineering and biology program activities 3:30-4:15 pm. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Wednesday, Oct. 16:
Toddler Time- Ages 6 months-3 get the chance to dance, sing, and wiggle from 10:00-10:20 am. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Story Time- Ages 3-5 get to listen to a fun story and participate in a craft. 10:30-11:00 am. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Sensory Friendly Playtime-From 3:30-5:00 children can enjoy a calmer environment to play with the toys the library has to offer.
Tuesday, Oct. 15:
Toddler Time- Ages 6 months-3 get the chance to dance, sing, and wiggle from 10:00-10:20 am. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Story Time- Ages 3-5 get to listen to a fun story and participate in a craft. 10:30-11:00 am. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Monday, Oct. 14:
STREAM – Grades K-2 get to experiment in different scientific areas and create something to take home for more fun! 3:30-4:00 pm. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Saturday, Oct. 12:
Post your community event on the Library’s bulletin boards.
Friday, Oct. 11:
Dungeons and Dragons – Grades 9-12 can join us on a quest to learn the basics of D&D before starting up our very own campaign. Call 732-5732 for details.
Thursday, Oct. 10:
Explorer Club – Grades 3-5 can enjoy fun engineering and biology program activities 3:30-4:15 pm. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Wednesday, Oct. 9:
Toddler Time- Ages 6 months-3 get the chance to dance, sing, and wiggle from 10:00-10:20 am. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Story Time- Ages 3-5 get to listen to a fun story and participate in a craft. 10:30-11:00 am. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Tuesday, Oct. 8:
Toddler Time- Ages 6 months-3 get the chance to dance, sing, and wiggle from 10:00-10:20 am. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Story Time- Ages 3-5 get to listen to a fun story and participate in a craft. 10:30-11:00 am. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Monday, Oct. 7:
STREAM – Grades K-2 get to experiment in different scientific areas and create something to take home for more fun! 3:30-4:00 pm. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Saturday, Oct. 5:
The Library serves as a recycling point for used ink & toner cartridges.
Friday, Oct. 4:
Dungeons and Dragons – Grades 9-12 can join us on a quest to learn the basics of D&D before starting up our very own campaign. Call 732-5732 for details.
Thursday, Oct. 3:
Explorer Club – Grades 3-5 can enjoy fun engineering and biology program activities 3:30-4:15 pm. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Wednesday, Oct. 2:
Toddler Time- Ages 6 months-3 get the chance to dance, sing, and wiggle from 10:00-10:20 am. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Story Time- Ages 3-5 get to listen to a fun story and participate in a craft. 10:30-11:00 am. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Tuesday, Oct. 1:
Toddler Time- Ages 6 months-3 get the chance to dance, sing, and wiggle from 10:00-10:20 am. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Story Time- Ages 3-5 get to listen to a fun story and participate in a craft. 10:30-11:00 am. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Monday, Sep. 30:
STREAM – Grades K-2 get to experiment in different scientific areas and create something to take home for more fun! 3:30-4:00 pm. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Saturday, Sep. 28:
Practice your Microsoft Excel skills on one of our public access computers. Simply open the program, click the question mark, and explore!
Friday, Sep. 27:
Dungeons and Dragons – Grades 9-12 can join us on a quest to learn the basics of D&D before starting up our very own campaign. Call 732-5732 for details.
Thursday, Sep. 26:
Explorer Club – Grades 3rd-5th can enjoy fun engineering and biology program activities 3:30-4:15 pm. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Wednesday, Sep. 25:
Toddler Time- Ages 6 months-3 get the chance to dance, sing, and wiggle from 10:00-10:20 am. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Story Time- Ages 3-5 year olds get to listen to a fun story and participate in a craft. 10:30-11:00 am. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Tuesday, Sep. 24:
Toddler Time- Ages 6 months-3 get the chance to dance, sing, and wiggle from 10:00-10:20 am. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Story Time- Ages 3-5 get to listen to a fun story and participate in a craft. 10:30-11:00 am. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Monday, Sep. 23:
STREAM – Grades K-2 get to experiment in different scientific areas and create something to take home for more fun! 3:30-4:00 pm. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Saturday, Sep. 21:
Banned Books Week starts next week! Come check out books that have been banned over the years.
Friday, Sep. 20:
If you have a question or request after the Library’s closed, simply click “Ask A Librarian” on the website's main menu.
Thursday, Sep. 19:
Car repair? The Library has a large collection of auto repair manuals.
New DVD: Breakthrough: The Ideas That Changed The World (DVD 600 BRE).
Wednesday, Sep. 18:
Follow Illini football this fall! The Library carries the Champaign-Urbana newspaper.
Tuesday, Sep. 17:
The Library has copies of the Lincoln City Directory starting in the 1870s. They’re located in the Genealogy section.
Monday, Sep. 16:
Attention high school students: the Library has copies of the SAT, ACT, and ASVAB test books.
Saturday, Sep. 14:
Free maps of the City of Lincoln & Logan County are available at the Library.
New DVD: While The City Sleeps, Dana Andrews (DVD WHI).
Friday, Sep. 13:
Post your community event on the Library’s bulletin boards.
Thursday, Sep. 12:
National Day of Encouragement! Check out our books on encouragement.
Wednesday, Sep. 11:
Want to honor a friend or loved one? Consider giving a gift book to the Library. Go to Downloadable Forms on the website for more information.
Tuesday, Sep. 10:
The Library offers wireless printing from your device. Available in the Carnegie building.
Monday, Sep. 9:
Interlibrary Loan: You can use your Lincoln library card to borrow from any cooperating library in Illinois.
New DVD: What We Left Behind: Looking Back At Star trek Deep Space Nine (DVD 791.457 WHA).
Saturday, Sep. 7:
New DVD: Route 66: Kitsch & Mythical (DVD 917.304 ROU).
Friday, Sep. 6:
National Read a Book Day! We have plenty of books to help you celebrate.
Thursday, Sep. 5:
National Cheese Pizza Day! Celebrate with our books about pizza.
Wednesday, Sep. 4:
New DVD: Run Silent, Run Deep, Clark Gable (DVD RUN).
Tuesday, Sep. 3:
The Library serves as a recycling point for used ink & toner cartridges.
Monday, Sep. 2:
CLOSED FOR LABOR DAY- We will be back to regular hours Tuesday September 3rd.
Saturday, Aug. 31:
The Library will be closed September 2 for Labor Day.

Don't forget to pick up your Summer Reading T-shirts if you have not done so already!

Friday, Aug. 30:
Come check out books about Mary Shelley or her book Frankenstein to celebrate National Frankenstein Day.

Don't forget to pick up your Summer Reading T-shirts if you have not done so already!
Thursday, Aug. 29:
The Library carries a variety of NADA Values Guides for vehicles. They're available in the Carnegie building.

Don't forget to pick up your Summer Reading T-shirts if you have not done so already!
Wednesday, Aug. 28:
Practice your Microsoft Excel skills on one of our public access computers. Simply open the program, click the question mark, and explore!

Don't forget to pick up your Summer Reading T-shirts if you have not done so already!
Tuesday, Aug. 27:
The Library has copies of the Lincoln City Directory starting in the 1870s. They're located in the Genealogy section.

Don't forget to pick up your Summer Reading T-shirts if you have not done so already!
Monday, Aug. 26:
Come check out books starring man's best friend to celebrate National Dog Appreciation Day!

Don't forget to pick up your Summer Reading T-shirts if you have not done so already!
Saturday, Aug. 24:
The Library's Used Book Sale will be held on August 24, 2019 from 9am-5pm and August 25, 2019 from 10am-2pm. Buck-A-Bag sale, no limit on the bags.

Come check out the fun activities for Family Fun Day with Yard Games. The library will be hosting a bunch of yard games (Checkers, Chess, Jenga, and Uno), and sidewalk chalk drawing.
Friday , Aug. 23:
Attention high school students:
the Library has copies of the SAT, ACT, and ASVAB test books.
Thursday, Aug. 22:
The Library serves as a recycling point for used ink & toner cartridges.
Wednesday, Aug. 21:
The Library offers wireless printing from your device. Available in the Carnegie building.
Tuesday, Aug. 20:
If you have a question or request after the Library's closed, simply click “Ask A Librarian” on the website's main menu.
Monday, Aug. 19:
Car repair? The Library has a large collection of auto repair manuals.
Saturday, Aug. 17:
Follow Illini football this fall! The Library carries the Champaign-Urbana newspaper.

T-shirts are in!!! If you have completed your summer reading goals, you can visit the Youth Services Desk and pick up your T-shirts.
Friday , Aug. 16:
Happy National Tell a Joke Day! Last day to enter your joke into the drawing.
Thursday, Aug. 15:
National Relaxation Day check out our books on meditation.
Wednesday, Aug. 14:
Free maps of the City of Lincoln & Logan County are available at the Library.
Tuesday, Aug. 13:
Post your community event on the Library's bulletin boards.

T-shirts are in!!! If you have completed your summer reading goals, you can visit the Youth Services Desk and pick up your T-shirts.
Monday, Aug. 12:
Last minute road trip before school starts? Don't forget to pick up some audiobooks from the Library.
Saturday, Aug. 10:
Want to honor a friend or loved one? Consider giving a gift book to the Library. Go to Downloadable Forms on the website for more information.
Friday , Aug. 9:
Happy National Book Lovers Day! Come check out a book and celebrate the day.
Thursday, Aug. 8:
Interlibrary Loan:
You can use your Lincoln library card to borrow from any cooperating library in Illinois.
Wednesday, Aug. 7:
The Library carries Barron's Financial Magazine; it's located in the Carnegie building.
Tuesday, Aug. 6:
New book at the Library: Elderhood:Redefining Aging, Louise Aronson (362.6097 ARO).
Monday, Aug. 5:
Come check out our recipe books to help celebrate National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day!
Saturday, Aug. 3:
Join us for Family Fun Day with Yard Games Saturday August 24, 2019 9am-5pm. We have Checkers, Chess, Jenga, Uno, and sidewalk chalk.
Friday , Aug. 2:
The Library's Used Book Sale will be held on August 24, 2019 from 9am-5pm and August 25, 2019 from 10am-2pm. Buck-A-Bag sale, no limit on the bags.
Thursday, Aug. 1:
Help us celebrate National Tell a Joke Day by entering a joke into a drawing now until August 16th. The name drawn will get a small prize and their joke displayed for the rest of the month. Staff favorites will be posted on Facebook.
Wednesday, Jul. 31:
Barron's Magazine is now available in the newspapers collection in the Carnegie building.
Tuesday, Jul. 30:
The Library's Used Book Sale will be held on August 24, 2019 from 9am-5pm and August 25, 2019 from 10am-2pm. Buck-A-Bag sale, no limit on the bags.
Monday, Jul. 29:
New book: No Waste Kitchen Gardening: regrow Your Leftover Greens, Stalks, Seeds, And More, Katie Elzer-Peters (635 ELZ).
Saturday, Jul. 27:
New book: Before They Were Authors: Famous Writers As Kids, Elizabeth Haidle (J 809 HAI).
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Friday, Jul. 26:
Youth Summer Reading Program: Last Day to turn in reading logs to earn your t-shirt. You will be able to receive all other milestone prizes; a final t-shirt orders will be made at the end of today.
Thursday, Jul. 25:
The Magic of Tim Stolba – All ages are welcome to watch the magic of Tim Stolba at 10 am. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Wednesday, Jul. 24:
Need to create your own form? The Library's free access computers + the Microsoft Office forms library can help you create exactly what you need.
Tuesday, Jul. 23:
New book: The Complete DASH Diet For Beginners, Jennifer Koslo (616.132 KOS).
Monday, Jul. 22:
Free copies of the William Maxwell Walking Tour brochure are available in the Carnegie building.
Saturday, Jul. 20:
The Library is a stop for SHOW BUS. For times and a schedule pick up a brochure in the Library.
Friday, Jul. 19:
Free copies of the newest edition of the Logan County Business Directory are available in the Carnegie building.
Thursday, Jul. 18:
Mad Science – All ages are welcome to come watch this cool science program at 10 am. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.

Explorer Club – Grades 3rd-5th can enjoy fun engineering and biology program activities 2:00-2:45 pm. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Explorer Club – Grades 3rd-5th can enjoy fun engineering and biology program activities 3:30-4:15 pm. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Wednesday, Jul. 17:
Music and Movement – Ages 6 months through 5 years get the chance to dance and sing! 10:00-10:20 am. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Music and Movement – Ages 6 months through 5 years get the chance to dance and sing! 11:00-11:20 am. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.

Sensory Friendly Playtime-From 3:30-5:00 children can enjoy a calmer environment to play with the toys the library has to offer.
Tuesday, Jul. 16:
Music and Movement – Ages 6 months through 5 years get the chance to dance and sing! 10:00-10:20 am. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Music and Movement – Ages 6 months through 5 years get the chance to dance and sing! 11:00-11:20 am. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.

STREAM – Grades K-2 get to experiment in different scientific areas and create something to take home for more fun! 2:00-2:30 pm. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Monday, Jul. 15:
STREAM – Grades K-2 get to experiment in different scientific areas and create something to take home for more fun! 2:00-2:30 pm. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Saturday, Jul. 13:
New book: Songs Of America, John Meacham & Tim McGraw (782.4209 MEA).
Friday, Jul. 12:
Barron's Magazine is now available in the newspapers collection in the Carnegie building.
Thursday, Jul. 11:
Rope Warrior – All ages are welcome to come watch the Rope Warrior’s interactive and visually entertaining jump rope show at 10 am. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.

Explorer Club – Grades 3rd-5th can enjoy fun engineering and biology program activities 2:00-2:45 pm. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Explorer Club – Grades 3rd-5th can enjoy fun engineering and biology program activities 3:30-4:15 pm. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Wednesday, Jul. 10:
Music and Movement – Ages 6 months through 5 years get the chance to dance and sing! 10:00-10:20 am. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Music and Movement – Ages 6 months through 5 years get the chance to dance and sing! 11:00-11:20 am. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Tuesday, Jul. 9:
Music and Movement – Ages 6 months through 5 years get the chance to dance and sing! 10:00-10:20 am. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Music and Movement – Ages 6 months through 5 years get the chance to dance and sing! 11:00-11:20 am. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.

STREAM – Grades K-2 get to experiment in different scientific areas and create something to take home for more fun! 2:00-2:30 pm. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Monday, Jul. 8:
STREAM – Grades K-2 get to experiment in different scientific areas and create something to take home for more fun! 2:00-2:30 pm. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Saturday, Jul. 6:
Check out our new board books on STEAM for babies.
Friday, Jul. 5:
Come visit the Youth Services Desk to learn how to make friendship bracelets.
Thursday, Jul. 4:
The Lincoln Public Library District will be closed for the 4th of July. Regular hours will continue Friday July 5th.
Wednesday, Jul. 3:
Music and Movement – Ages 6 months through 5 years get the chance to dance and sing! 10:00-10:20 am. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Music and Movement – Ages 6 months through 5 years get the chance to dance and sing! 11:00-11:20 am. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Tuesday, Jul. 2:
Music and Movement – Ages 6 months through 5 years get the chance to dance and sing! 10:00-10:20 am. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Music and Movement – Ages 6 months through 5 years get the chance to dance and sing! 11:00-11:20 am. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.

STREAM – Grades K-2 get to experiment in different scientific areas and create something to take home for more fun! 2:00-2:30 pm. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Monday, Jul. 1:
STREAM – Grades K-2 get to experiment in different scientific areas and create something to take home for more fun! 2:00-2:30 pm. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Saturday, Jun. 29:
New book: Butterflies Of Illinois: A Field Guide, Michael Jeffords (595.789 JEF PB).
Friday, Jun. 28:
New book: Microsoft SharePoint For Dummies, Rosemarie & Ken Withee (004.682 WIT PB).
Thursday, Jun. 27:
Juggling Jeff – Join us for the comedy variety show performed by Juggling Jeff! 10 am for all ages. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Explorer Club – Grades 3rd-5th can enjoy fun engineering and biology program activities 2:00-2:45 pm. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Wednesday, Jun. 26:
Music and Movement – Ages 6 months through 5 years get the chance to dance and sing! 10:00-10:20 am. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Tuesday, Jun. 25:
Music and Movement – Ages 6 months through 5 years get the chance to dance and sing! 10:00-10:20 am. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
STREAM – Grades K-2 get to experiment in different scientific areas and create something to take home for more fun! 2:00-2:30 pm. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Monday, Jun. 24:
STREAM – Grades K-2 get to experiment in different scientific areas and create something to take home for more fun! 2:00-2:30 pm. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Saturday, Jun. 22:
Come check out the Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien to celebrate Bilbo Baggins return to Bag End.
Friday, Jun. 21:
Murder Mystery – Teens are welcome to join us for our Murder Mystery Program 2 - 4:45 pm. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Thursday, Jun. 20:
Silly Safaris –All ages are welcome to see this popular live animal show at 10 am. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Explorer Club – Grades 3rd-5th can enjoy fun engineering and biology program activities 3:30-4:15 pm. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Wednesday, Jun. 19:
Music and Movement – Ages 6 months through 5 years get the chance to dance and sing! 10:00-10:20 am. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Sensory Friendly Playtime-From 3:30-5:00 children can enjoy a calmer environment to play with the toys the library has to offer.
Tuesday, Jun. 18:
Music and Movement – Ages 6 months through 5 years get the chance to dance and sing! 10:00-10:20 am. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
STREAM – Grades K-2 get to experiment in different scientific areas and create something to take home for more fun! 2:00-2:30 pm. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Monday, Jun. 17:
STREAM – Grades K-2 get to experiment in different scientific areas and create something to take home for more fun! 2:00-2:30 pm. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Saturday, Jun. 15
New book: A Year Of Living Kindly, Donna Cameron (177.7 CAM PB).
Friday, Jun. 14:
New book: Sweet Nature: A Cook’s Guide To Using Honey & Maple Syrup, Beth Dooley & Mette Nielsen (641.68 DOO).
Thursday, Jun. 13:
Hanson Family – All ages are welcome to come watch the variety show performed by the Hanson Family at 10 am. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Explorer Club – Grades 3rd-5th can enjoy fun engineering and biology program activities 2:00-2:45 pm Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Wednesday, Jun. 12:
Music and Movement – Ages 6 months through 5 years get the chance to dance and sing! 10:00-10:20 am. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Tuesday, Jun. 11:
Music and Movement – Ages 6 months through 5 years get the chance to dance and sing! 10:00-10:20 am. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
STREAM – Grades K-2 get to experiment in different scientific areas and create something to take home for more fun! 2:00-2:30 pm. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Monday, Jun. 10:
STREAM – Grades K-2 get to experiment in different scientific areas and create something to take home for more fun! 2:00-2:30 pm. Register at the Youth Services desk or call 732-5732.
Saturday, Jun. 8:
Celebrate National Best Friends Day by bringing in your best friend to play at the new game table in the Carnegie building. Have fun with Chess, Checkers, Backgammon, Cribbage, Dominos, Poker Dice, and Playing Cards at this table!
Friday, Jun. 7
Don’t forget to sign your kids up for the fun programs this summer! Music and Movement-ages 6 months to 5 years old, STREAM- Kindergarten through 2nd grade, Explorer Club- 3rd through 5th grade. You can also register for the all ages performers on Thursdays at 10 am. Programs start June 10th.
Thursday, Jun. 6:
Don’t forget to sign up for the Summer Reading Program in the Annex. Adults can register at the checkout counter with the circulation staff. Children and teenagers can register with the Youth Services staff.
Wednesday, Jun. 5:
Celebrate National Veggie Burger Day and National Running Day by checking out our books on vegetarian meals and exercise.
Tuesday, Jun. 4:
Check out the new #IMomSoHard book in the Carnegie building. Call number LIR LEASE 306.8743 H
Monday, Jun. 3:
Come see our new fish. We have two Mickey Mouse Platy fish and three Guppies added to our aquarium.
Saturday, Jun. 1:
Come visit the Annex and register for the Summer Reading Program. Adults can register at the checkout counter with the Circulation staff. Children and teenagers can register with the Youth Services staff.
Friday, May 31:
Last day of Harry Potter month! Come visit the library to turn in the last of your house points!
Thursday, May 30:
Need help printing a document on your device? Stop by the Library and ask to use wirelesslpld@gmail.com for your wireless printing needs.
Wednesday, May 29:
New book: The Home Edit: A Guide to Organizing & Realizing Your House Goals, Clea Shearer & Joanna Teplin (648.8 SHE/PB).
Tuesday, May 28:
Summer Reading Program registration begins!!! Visit the Annex for youth and adult registration
Monday, May 27:
In honor of Memorial Day, the Lincoln Public Library District will be closed Monday May27th.
Saturday, May 25:
eFileIL is the Illinois portal for filing electronic documents in the Illinois court system. Go to the Library’s website and click the icon on the right side of the page.
Friday, May 24:
New book: The Iliad: A Graphic Novel Adaptation, Gareth Hinds (Y GN HIN).
Thursday, May 23:
Free brochures of the William Maxwell self-guided walking tour in Lincoln are available in the Carnegie building’s brochure rack.
Wednesday, May 22:
Come play on the new game table in Carnegie! Have fun with Chess, Checkers, Backgammon, Cribbage, Dominos, Poker Dice, and Playing Cards at this table!
Tuesday, May 21:
New book: The Big Nine: How the Tech Titans and Their Thinking Machines Could Warp Humanity, Amy Webb (006.301 WEB).
Monday, May 20:
National Dog Rescue Day! Come check out books on man’s best friend to help you celebrate.
Saturday, May 18:
Need help printing a document on your device? Stop by the Library and ask to use wirelesslpld@gmail.com for your wireless printing needs.
Friday, May 17:
Dungeons and Dragons – Grades 9-12 can join us on a quest to learn the basics of D&D before starting up our very own campaign. Call 732-5732 for details. LAST DAY OF SPRING CAMPAIGN 2019
Thursday, May 16:
The Library is always accepting employment applications. Go to the Library’s website and in the menu click Downloadable Forms.
Wednesday, May 15:
cSensory Friendly Playtime-From 3:30-5:00 children can enjoy a calmer environment to play with the toys the Library has to offer.
Tuesday, May 14:
Girls Who Code - Participants will work in teams to design and build a Girls Who Code Project that solves real world problems. 4:00 to 5:00pm. LAST SESSION FOR SPRING 2019
Monday, May 13:
Timely stock market information is found in the daily edition of Wall Street Journal. A copy is available in the Carnegie building.
Saturday, May 11:
New book: Buddha Bowls: 100 Nourishing One-Bowl Meals, Kelli Foster (641.81 FOS).
Friday, May 10:
Dungeons and Dragons – Grades 9-12 can join us on a quest to learn the basics of D&D before starting up our very own campaign. Call 732-5732 for details.
Thursday, May 9:
Did you know that SHOW BUS stops at the Library every hour from 9am-5:45pm? The Library is Stop #4 at nine minutes after the hour. Information at 1-800-525-2454.
Wednesday, May 8:
Come play on the new game table in Carnegie! Have fun with Chess, Checkers, Backgammon, Cribbage, Dominos, Poker Dice, and Playing Cards at this table!
Tuesday, May 7:
Girls Who Code - Participants will work in teams to design and build a Girls Who Code Project that solves real world problems. 4:00 to 5:00pm.
Monday, May 6:
New book: Start With The Heart: How To Motivate Your Kids To Be Compassionate, Responsible, and Brave, Kathy Koch (248.8 KOC).
Saturday, May 4:
Come check out books to help you celebrate Cinco de May!
Friday, May 3:
Dungeons and Dragons – Grades 9-12 can join us on a quest to learn the basics of D&D before starting up our very own campaign. Call 732-5732 for details.
Thursday, May 2:
Got a new device? Stop by the Annex Building for help getting started with the Library’s eBook and eMagazine services.
Wednesday, May 1:
The Wizarding World of Harry Potter is back for the month of May!! Come in to get sorted into your Hogwarts house and earn points for your house all month long! Participants will have their named entered into a drawing!!!
Tuesday, Apr. 30:
Girls Who Code - Participants will work in teams to design and build a Girls Who Code Project that solves real world problems. 4:00 to 5:00pm.
Monday, Apr. 29:
Get excited for the Wizarding World of Harry Potter for the month of May!!! Come in to get sorted into your Hogwarts house! Earn points for your house all month long to get your name entered into a drawing!!!
Saturday, Apr. 27:
National superhero day is April 28th! Come check out our superhero graphic novels and chapter books!
Friday, Apr. 26:
Dungeons and Dragons – Grades 9-12 can join us on a quest to learn the basics of D&D before starting up our very own campaign. Call 732-5732 for details.
Thursday, Apr. 25:
Crafty Crocheting – Grades 3rd-5th can learn to make fun crochet projects from 3:30-4:15pm.
Wednesday, Apr. 24:
Music and Movement – Ages 6 months through 5 years get the chance to dance and sing the winter blues away! 10:00-10:30am.
Tuesday, Apr. 23:
Music and Movement – Ages 6 months through 5 years get the chance to dance and sing the winter blues away! 10:00-10:30am.
Girls Who Code - Participants will work in teams to design and build a Girls Who Code Project that solves real world problems. 4:00 to 5:00pm.
Monday, Apr. 22:
Come play on the new game table in Carnegie! Have fun with Chess, Checkers, Backgammon, Cribbage, Dominos, Poker Dice, and Playing Cards at this table!
Saturday, Apr. 20:
Last day to vote for your favorite Peep Diorama! Come in to enter your vote and check out a book while you are here.
Friday, Apr. 19:
Dungeons and Dragons – Grades 9-12 can join us on a quest to learn the basics of D&D before starting up our very own campaign. Call 732-5732 for details.
Thursday, Apr. 18:
Crafty Crocheting – Grades 3rd-5th can learn to make fun crochet projects from 3:30-4:15pm.
Wednesday, Apr. 17:
Music and Movement – Ages 6 months through 5 years get the chance to dance and sing the winter blues away! 10:00-10:30am.

Sensory Friendly Playtime-From 3:30-5:00 children can enjoy a calmer environment to play with the toys the library has to offer.
Tuesday, Apr. 16:
Music and Movement – Ages 6 months through 5 years get the chance to dance and sing the winter blues away! 10:00-10:30am.

Girls Who Code - Participants will work in teams to design and build a Girls Who Code Project that solves real world problems. 4:00 to 5:00pm.
Monday, Apr. 15:
TAX DAY! Remember to get your taxes in the mail today!
Peep Diorama judging begins – come in and vote for your favorite diorama! Judging is April 15th-April 20th.
Saturday, Apr. 13:
LAST DAY TO ENTER!!! Peep Diorama- From March 11th to April 13th, adults and kids have an opportunity to create a peep diorama for a chance to win the grand prize of an Easter basket.
Friday, Apr. 12:
Dungeons and Dragons – Grades 9-12 can join us on a quest to learn the basics of D&D before starting up our very own campaign. Call 732-5732 for details.
Thursday, Apr. 11:
Crafty Crocheting – Grades 3rd-5th can learn to make fun crochet projects from 3:30-4:15pm.
Wednesday, Apr. 10:
Music and Movement – Ages 6 months through 5 years get the chance to dance and sing the winter blues away! 10:00-10:30am.
Tuesday, Apr. 9:
Music and Movement – Ages 6 months through 5 years get the chance to dance and sing the winter blues away! 10:00-10:30am.

Girls Who Code - Participants will work in teams to design and build a Girls Who Code Project that solves real world problems. 4:00 to 5:00pm.
Monday, Apr. 8:
Come play on the new game table in Carnegie! Have fun with Chess, Checkers, Backgammon, Cribbage, Dominos, Poker Dice, and Playing Cards at this table!
Saturday, Apr. 6:
Come check out some books and movies to help you celebrate national no housework day! On April 7th, we drop the brooms!
Friday, Apr. 5:
Dungeons and Dragons – Grades 9-12 can join us on a quest to learn the basics of D&D before starting up our very own campaign. Call 732-5732 for details.
Thursday, Apr. 4:
Crafty Crocheting – Grades 3rd-5th can learn to make fun crochet projects from 3:30-4:15pm.
Wednesday, Apr. 3:
Music and Movement – Ages 6 months through 5 years get the chance to dance and sing the winter blues away! 10:00-10:30am.
Tuesday, Apr. 2:
Music and Movement – Ages 6 months through 5 years get the chance to dance and sing the winter blues away! 10:00-10:30am.

Girls Who Code - Participants will work in teams to design and build a Girls Who Code Project that solves real world problems. 4:00 to 5:00pm.
Monday, Apr. 1:
Peep Diorama From March 11th to April 13th, adults and kids have an opportunity to create a peep diorama for a chance to win the grand prize of an Easter basket
Saturday, Mar. 30:
Come check out our new large print books in our youth services department in the annex. Pay Attention, Carter Jones; Women of the Blue & Gray; On the Edge of Gone: and Light Years
Friday, Mar. 29:
Dungeons and Dragons – Grades 9-12 can join us on a quest to learn the basics of D&D before starting up our very own campaign. Call 732-5732 for details.
Thursday, Mar. 28:
Crafty Crocheting – Grades 6th-8th can learn to make fun crochet projects from 3:30-4:15pm.
Wednesday, Mar. 27:
Music and Movement – Ages 6 months through 5 years get the chance to dance and sing the winter blues away! 10:00-10:30am.
Tuesday, Mar. 26:
Music and Movement – Ages 6 months through 5 years get the chance to dance and sing the winter blues away! 10:00-10:30am.

Girls Who Code - Participants will work in teams to design and build a Girls Who Code Project that solves real world problems. 4:00 to 5:00pm.
Monday, Mar. 25:
Come play on the new game table in Carnegie! Have fun with Chess, Checkers, Backgammon, Cribbage, Dominos, Poker Dice, and Playing Cards at this table!
Saturday, Mar. 23:
New DVD: Tortured For Christ (DVD 272.909 TOR).
Friday, Mar. 22:
Dungeons and Dragons – Grades 9-12 can join us on a quest to learn the basics of D&D before starting up our very own campaign. Call 732-5732 for details.
Thursday, Mar. 21:
Crafty Crocheting – Grades 6th-8th can learn to make fun crochet projects from 3:30-4:15pm.
Wednesday, Mar. 20:
Music and Movement – Ages 6 months through 5 years get the chance to dance and sing the winter blues away! 10:00-10:30am.

Sensory Friendly Playtime-From 3:30-5:00 children can enjoy a calmer environment to play with the toys the library has to offer.
Tuesday, Mar. 19:
Music and Movement – Ages 6 months through 5 years get the chance to dance and sing the winter blues away! 10:00-10:30am.

Girls Who Code - Participants will work in teams to design and build a Girls Who Code Project that solves real world problems. 4:00 to 5:00pm.
Monday, Mar. 18:
New book: Influencer: Building Your Personal Brand in the Age of Social Media, Brittany Hennessy (658.872 HEN/PB).
Saturday, Mar. 16:
Happy St. Patrick’s Day weekend! Come check out one of our many books on display!
Friday, Mar. 15:
Dungeons and Dragons – Grades 9-12 can join us on a quest to learn the basics of D&D before starting up our very own campaign. Call 732-5732 for details.
Thursday, Mar. 14:
Crafty Crocheting – Grades 6th-8th can learn to make fun crochet projects from 3:30-4:15pm.
Wednesday, Mar. 13:
Music and Movement – Ages 6 months through 5 years get the chance to dance and sing the winter blues away! 10:00-10:30am.
Tuesday, Mar. 12:
Music and Movement – Ages 6 months through 5 years get the chance to dance and sing the winter blues away! 10:00-10:30am.

Girls Who Code - Participants will work in teams to design and build a Girls Who Code Project that solves real world problems. 4:00 to 5:00pm.
Monday, Mar. 11:
Peep Diorama- From March 11th to April 13th, adults have an opportunity to create a peep diorama for a chance to win the grand prize of an Easter basket
Saturday, Mar. 9:
Daylight Savings Time weekend! Don’t forget to set your clocks ahead tomorrow.
Friday, Mar. 8:
Dungeons and Dragons – Grades 9-12 can join us on a quest to learn the basics of D&D before starting up our very own campaign. Call 732-5732 for details.
Thursday, Mar. 7:
Crafty Crocheting – Grades 6th-8th can learn to make fun crochet projects from 3:30-4:15pm.
Wednesday, Mar. 6:
Music and Movement – Ages 6 months through 5 years get the chance to dance and sing the winter blues away! 10:00-10:30am.
Tuesday, Mar. 5:
Music and Movement – Ages 6 months through 5 years get the chance to dance and sing the winter blues away! 10:00-10:30am.

Girls Who Code - Participants will work in teams to design and build a Girls Who Code Project that solves real world problems. 4:00 to 5:00pm.
Monday, Mar. 4:
Remember your high school days – stop by the Library and take a look at our collection of Lincoln High School yearbooks.
Saturday, Mar. 2:
The Federal 1040 Form & Instruction book is available at the Library.
Friday, Mar. 1:
Dungeons and Dragons – Grades 9-12 can join us on a quest to learn the basics of D&D before starting up our very own campaign. 3:30-5:00pm. Call 732-5732 for details.
Thursday, Feb. 28:
STREAM – Grades K-2 get to experiment in different scientific areas and create something to take home for more fun! 3:30-4:15pm.
Wednesday, Feb. 27:
Music and Movement – Ages 6 months through 5 years get the chance to dance and sing the winter blues away! 10:00-10:30am.
Tuesday, Feb. 26:
Music and Movement – Ages 6 months through 5 years get the chance to dance and sing the winter blues away! 10:00-10:30am.
Girls Who Code - Participants will work in teams to design and build a Girls Who Code Project that solves real world problems. 4:00 to 5:00pm.
Monday, Feb. 25:
New book: How To Study: The Program That Has Helped Millions Of Students, Ron Fry (378.1 FRY).
Saturday, Feb. 23:
New book; The Bold World, Jodie Patterson (B PAT).
Friday, Feb. 22:
Minute to Win It – Relay races and other games for grades 6-8 to keep us moving this winter! 1:00-3:00pm. Call 732-5732 for details.

Dungeons and Dragons – Grades 9-12 can join us on a quest to learn the basics of D&D before starting up our very own campaign. 3:30-5:00pm. Call 732-5732 for details.
Thursday, Feb. 21:
STREAM – Grades K-2 get to experiment in different scientific areas and create something to take home for more fun! 3:30-4:15pm.
Wednesday, Feb. 20:
Music and Movement – Ages 6 months through 5 years get the chance to dance and sing the winter blues away! 10:00-10:30am.
Tuesday, Feb. 19:
Music and Movement – Ages 6 months through 5 years get the chance to dance and sing the winter blues away! 10:00-10:30am.

Girls Who Code - Participants will work in teams to design and build a Girls Who Code Project that solves real world problems. 4:00 to 5:00pm.
Monday, Feb. 18:
The Library is closed for Presidents’ Day.
Saturday, Feb. 16:
New book: The Worm Farmer’s Handbook, Rhonda Sherman (639.75 SHE PB).
Friday, Feb. 15:
Dungeons and Dragons – Grades 9-12 can join us on a quest to learn the basics of D&D before starting up our very own campaign. Call 732-5732 for details.
Thursday, Feb. 14:
STREAM – Grades K-2 get to experiment in different scientific areas and create something to take home for more fun! 3:30-4:15pm.
Wednesday, Feb. 13:
Music and Movement – Ages 6 months through 5 years get the chance to dance and sing the winter blues away! 10:00-10:30am.
Tuesday, Feb. 12:
Music and Movement – Ages 6 months through 5 years get the chance to dance and sing the winter blues away! 10:00-10:30am.

Girls Who Code - Participants will work in teams to design and build a Girls Who Code Project that solves real world problems. 4:00 to 5:00pm.
Monday, Feb. 11:
Keep up to date at the Library – like us on Facebook or join us on Instagram.
Saturday, Feb. 9:
Car repair? Check out the Library’s extensive collection of auto repair manuals.
Friday, Feb. 8:
New book: Maid, Stephanie Land (305.569 LAN).
Thursday, Feb. 7:
STREAM – Grades K-2 get to experiment in different scientific areas and create something to take home for more fun! 3:30-4:15pm.
Wednesday, Feb. 6:
Music and Movement – Ages 6 months through 5 years get the chance to dance and sing the winter blues away! 10:00-10:30am.
Tuesday, Feb. 5:
Music and Movement – Ages 6 months through 5 years get the chance to dance and sing the winter blues away! 10:00-10:30am.

Girls Who Code - Participants will work in teams to design and build a Girls Who Code Project that solves real world problems. 4:00 to 5:00pm.
Monday, Feb. 4:
The Adult Winter Reading Program continues! Three prizes to win. Call 732-8878 for details or visit the Library.
Saturday, Feb. 2:
New book: Microsoft Excel 2019 All-In-One For Dummies, Greg Harvey (005.54 HAR PB).
Friday, Feb. 1:
Carnegie Building Preservation Fund. Contact Richard Sumrall @ 732-8878 or at 725 Pekin Street.
Thursday, Jan. 31:
Explorer Club: History Edition - Children grades 3rd-5th get to experience and learn about ancient civilizations with hands on lessons. 3:30-4:15pm, call 732-5732 or stop by the Youth Services Desk.
Wednesday, Jan. 30:
New book: Microsoft Office 2019 For Dummies, Wallace Wang (005.5 WAN PB).
Tuesday, Jan. 29:
Girls Who Code - Participants will work in teams to design and build a Girls Who Code Project that solves real world problems. Two sessions today from 4:00-6:15pm based on grade level.
Monday, Jan. 28:
The Library is always accepting job applications. Go to Downloadable Forms on the website’s main menu for an application form.
Saturday, Jan. 26:
Today is Family Lego Day @ the Library. Stop by from 10:00am-12:30pm to participate in interactive Lego projects.
Friday, Jan. 25:
New book: Microsoft Word 2019 For Dummies, Dan Gookin (005.52 GOO PB).
Thursday, Jan. 24:
Explorer Club: History Edition - Children grades 3rd-5th get to experience and learn about ancient civilizations with hands on lessons. 3:30-4:15pm, call 732-5732 or stop by the Youth Services Desk.
Wednesday, Jan. 23:
Refresh & update your resume on the Library’s public access computers. Choose your own style or select a style in Microsoft Word.
Tuesday, Jan. 22:
Girls Who Code - Participants will work in teams to design and build a Girls Who Code Project that solves real world problems. Two sessions today from 4:00-6:15pm based on grade level.
Monday, Jan. 21:
The 2019 Rand McNally Road Atlas is available for use in the Reference Dept. (R912.73 RAN/PB ATLAS SHELF).
Saturday, Jan. 19:
Family Lego Day – January 26, 2019 @ the Library. Stop by from 10:00am-12:30pm to participate in interactive Lego projects.
Friday, Jan. 18:
Today is National Winnie The Pooh Day.
Thursday, Jan. 17:
Explorer Club: History Edition - Children grades 3rd-5th get to experience and learn about ancient civilizations with hands on lessons. 3:30-4:15pm, call 732-5732 or stop by the Youth Services Desk.
Wednesday, Jan. 16:
The Adult Winter Reading Program has begun! Call 732-8878 for details or visit the Library.
Tuesday, Jan. 15:
Girls Who Code activity program. 3rd – 5th grades from 4:00pm to 5:00pm. 6th – 12th grades from 5:15pm to 6:15pm. Call 732-8878 for details or visit the Library.
Monday, Jan. 14:
Paperback exchange is available in the Annex. Bring your in-good condition paperbacks and enjoy an equal exchange from our large selection.
Saturday, Jan. 12:
The Library has a public access color photocopier in the Carnegie building, 25 cents per copy.
Friday, Jan. 11:
Feeling artsy? The Library has magazine subscriptions to several popular art magazines. Check them out on your library card in the Carnegie building.
Thursday, Jan. 10:
Explorer Club: History Edition, 3rd – 5th grades, 3:330pm-4:15pm. Call 732-5732 or stop by the Library Annex for information.
Wednesday, Jan. 9:
New DVD: Disney’s Peter Pan Anniversary edition, Multi-screen edition (Blu-Ray & DVD). J DVD PET.
Tuesday, Jan. 8:
Girls Who Code activity program. 3rd – 5th grades from 4:00pm to 5:00pm. 6th – 12th grades from 5:15pm to 6:15pm. Call 732-8878 for details or visit the Library.
Monday, Jan. 7:
The Adult Winter Reading Program begins on January 14, 2019. Call 732-8878 for details or visit the Library.
Saturday, Jan. 5:
New book: Make It Up: the essential guide to DIY makeup & skin care, Marie Rayma (646.726 RAY PB).
Friday, Jan. 4:
Use your Lincoln Public Library District card to borrow materials from any library in Illinois.
Thursday, Jan. 3:
Explorer Club: History Edition, 3rd – 5th grades, 3:330pm-4:15pm. Call 732-5732 or stop by the Library Annex for information.
Wednesday, Jan. 2:
The Library is open from 9:00am-5:00pm.
Tuesday, Jan. 1:
The Library is closed. Happy New Year!
Monday, Dec. 31:
New Year’s Eve: The Library is open from 9:00am-5:00pm.
Saturday, Dec. 29:
New book: Are U Ok? How to know if you need help & where to find it, Kati Morton (362.2 MOR).
Friday, Dec. 28:
Minute-To-Win-It Games for grades 6-8. 1:00pm-3:00pm in the Annex. Call 732-5732 for information.
Thursday, Dec. 27:
The Library carries out-of-town and national newspapers. Stop by the Carnegie building and enjoy.
Wednesday, Dec. 26:
The Library is open, 9:00am-5:00pm.
Tuesday, Dec. 25:
The Library is closed for Christmas. Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays.
Monday, Dec. 24:
The Library is closed for Christmas Eve. Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays.
Saturday, Dec. 22:
New book: C.S. Lewis’ Little Book of Wisdom, C.S. Lewis (248.4 LEW).
Friday, Dec. 21:
Morning program – Combined Story Time/Music and Movement, 10:00am-10:30am. Everyone is welcome!
Thursday, Dec. 20:
It's a party! High School Finals Are Finally Over Party, 4:30-6:00pm in the Annex. Call 732-5732 for details.
Wednesday, Dec. 19:
High School Coffee Bar & Study Time, 3:30-5:00pm in the Annex.
Tuesday, Dec. 18:
High School Coffee Bar & Study Time, 3:30-5:00pm in the Annex.
Monday, Dec. 17:
High School Coffee Bar & Study Time, 3:30-5:00pm in the Annex.
Saturday, Dec. 15:
Reunite with your Stuffed Animals in the Children's Room starting at 9:30am.
Friday, Dec. 14:
Special program: Stuffed Animal Drop Off For Sleepover at the Library, 3:00-5:00pm. Call 732-5732 for details.
Thursday, Dec. 13:
The 2019 editions of the Peterson's Four Year & Two Year College Guides are available in the Reference Dept. (R 378.73 PET/PB).
Wednesday, Dec. 12:
The Library is always accepting job applications. Go to Downloadable Forms in the website's main menu for a job application form.
Tuesday, Dec. 11:
Can't get enough Abe? Check out the Library's huge collection of books about Abraham Lincoln.

New Picture Book: Mad, Mad Bear! Kimberly Gee (JE GEE).
Monday, Dec. 10:
New Picture Book: Kitten & The Night Watchman, John Sullivan (JE SUL).
Saturday, Dec. 8:
Did you know you can bring your used ink cartridges to the Carnegie Building, and we will recycle them for you?
Friday, Dec. 7:
Morning program – Combined Story Time/Music and Movement, 10:00am-10:30am. Everyone is welcome!
Thursday, Dec. 6:
Keep up with everything happening at the Library on our Facebook and Instagram pages.
Wednesday, Dec. 5:
New Picture Book: This Is Christmas, Tom Booth (JE BOO).
Tuesday, Dec. 4:

Santa Claus is visiting the Library TODAY from 5:30-7:00PM!
Monday, Dec. 3:
Head to the Library for great books and movies that help bring in the holiday spirit.
Saturday, Dec 1:
On December 4, Santa will be in the Annex Building from 5:30-7:00 to take pictures with children. Children will also be able to write letters to Santa and make their own ornaments.
Friday, Nov. 30:
Check out the Library’s collection of current new titles in LARGE PRINT.
Thursday, Nov. 29:
On December 4, Santa will be in the Annex Building from 5:30-7:00 to take pictures with children. Children will also be able to write letters to Santa and make their own ornaments. Call the Youth Services Department 732-5732 or register online to reserve your slot at http://bit.ly/santalpld18
Wednesday, Nov. 28:
New book: The Little Book Of Rock And Roll Wisdom, Mike Katz (781.66 KAT).
Tuesday, Nov. 27:
The Library offers wireless printing from your device. Available in the Carnegie building
Monday, Nov. 26:
New book: The Instant Pot Bible, Bruce Weinstein & mark Scarbrough (641.5 WEI).
Saturday, Nov. 24:
New book: Gmorning, Gnight!, Lin-Manuel Miranda (811 MIR).
Friday, Nov. 23:
New book: Good And Mad: The Revolutionary Power Of Women’s Anger, Rebecca Traister (305.4209 TRA).
Thursday, Nov. 22:
The library is closed today for Thanksgiving. Happy Thanksgiving!
Wednesday, Nov. 21:
Sensory Friendly Playtime (All Ages) 3:30-4:30. Join us in the Annex Building for this Sensory Friendly Playtime geared toward special needs children and their families.
Tuesday, Nov. 20:
Improv Night has been canceled. Keep an eye out for other programs and events.
Monday, Nov. 19:
Attention High School students: The Library has the latest editions of the ACT, SAT, and ASVAB test books available for checkout.
Saturday, Nov. 17:
Did you know you can bring your used ink cartridges to the Carnegie Building, and we will recycle them for you?
Friday, Nov. 16:
Little Listeners (6 months through 2 years old and caregivers) 10:00 in the Annex. Call the Youth Services Department to register 732-5732 or sign up online: http://bit.ly/lllpld2018

Story Time (3-5 years old) 10:00 in the Annex Community Room. Call the Youth Services Department to register 732-5732 or sign up online: http://bit.ly/storylpld2018
Thursday, Nov. 15:
Join us in the Annex Building tonight from 5-7:00 with your family to celebrate Family Reading Night. Stations will be set up throughout the children’s section to engage all ages in reading.
Wednesday, Nov. 14:
Today visit the Annex Building to see a display of kind messages you can share with others.
Tuesday, Nov. 13:
Today is World Kindness Day, come to the Annex Building anytime today to leave a kind message for someone else.
Monday, Nov. 12:
The library is closed today in honor of Veterans’ Day.
Saturday, Nov. 10:
Monday through Thursday the Homework Helper program runs from 3:30-4:45. Children in 2-8 grades can come and work with tutors to get their homework done.
Friday, Nov. 9:
Next Tuesday is World Kindness Day, celebrate with us by leaving kind notes to be displayed on November 14 in the Annex building.
Thursday, Nov. 8:
Due to low registration, the media production night has been cancelled for Thursday November 8th.
Wednesday, Nov. 7:
Refresh your resume with the Library’s public access computers and laser printers. Need help getting started? Select your favorite resume style on the Library’s Microsoft Word program.
Tuesday, Nov. 6:
Today is the midterm election, be sure to get out and vote.
Monday, Nov. 5:
The Library offers wireless printing from your device. Available in the Carnegie building
Saturday, Nov. 3:
Online registration for the Youth Services Department is up and running. To access it, simply open the Calendar tab on the left hand side of the website and click on the event you wish to register for!
Friday, Nov. 2:
Story Time (3-5 yrs.) and Little Listeners (6 mo.-2yrs.)
10:00AM in the Library Annex.
Thursday, Nov. 1:
Explorer Club (grades 3-5)
3:30-4:15PM in the Annex
Wednesday, Oct. 31:
Music and Movement (ages 6 mo. to 5 yrs)
10:00AM in the Library Annex

Mom’s Meetup
Join us after Music and Movement for time with other parents while your children explore our interactive play area in the Annex building.

Halloween Escape Room (6-12 grades)
4:00-8:00 PM Have questions about what time you registered for? Call the Youth Services Department 732-5732
Tuesday, Oct. 30:
Music and Movement (ages 6 mo. to 5 yrs)
10:00AM in the Library Annex

Mom’s Meetup
Join us after Music and Movement for time with other parents while your children explore our interactive play area in the Annex building.
Monday, Oct. 29:
STREAM (Grades K-2)
3:30-4:15 in the Annex building
Saturday, Oct. 27:
Attention High School students: The Library has the latest editions of the ACT, SAT, and ASVAB test books available for checkout.
Friday, Oct. 26:
Did you know you can bring your used ink cartridges to the Carnegie Building, and we will recycle them for you?
Thursday, Oct. 25:
Explorer Club (grades 3-5)
3:30-4:15PM in the Annex

Halloween Escape Room (6-12 grades)
4:00-8:00 PM Have questions about what time you registered for? Call the Youth Services Department 732-5732
Wednesday, Oct. 24:
Music and Movement (ages 6 mo. to 5 yrs)
10:00AM in the Library Annex
Tuesday, Oct. 23:
Music and Movement (ages 6 mo. to 5 yrs)
10:00AM in the Library Annex

Sensory Friendly Playtime 3:30-4:30 in the Library Annex.
Monday, Oct. 22:
STREAM (Grades K-2)
3:30-4:15 in the Annex building
Saturday, Oct. 20:
Online registration for the Youth Services Department is up and running. To access it, simply open the Calendar tab on the left hand side of the website and click on the event you wish to register for!
Friday, Oct. 19:
Teens (grades 6-12) can you make it out of our escape room in time? Sign-ups are filling up fast. Call or visit the youth services desk 732-5732 to schedule a time to come in October 25 or 31 to try your hand at our escape room.
Thursday, Oct. 18:
Explorer Club (grades 3-5)
3:30-4:15PM in the Annex

There will be NO Homework Helper after school today.
Wednesday, Oct. 17:
Music and Movement (ages 6 mo. to 5 yrs)
10:00AM in the Library Annex

Mom’s Meetup
Join us after Music and Movement for time with other parents while your children explore our interactive play area in the Annex building.
Tuesday, Oct. 16:
Music and Movement (ages 6 mo. to 5 yrs)
10:00AM in the Library Annex
Register online at http://bit.ly/mmoct18 or by calling 732-5732

Mom’s Meetup
Join us after Music and Movement for time with other parents while your children explore our interactive play area in the Annex building.
Monday, Oct. 15:
STREAM (Grades K-2)
3:30-4:15 in the Annex building
Register online at http://bit.ly/2oMfQkC or by calling 732-5732
Saturday, Oct. 13:
Check out the November calendar for events happening in the library.
Friday, Oct. 12:
The Library offers wireless printing from your device. Available in the Carnegie building
Thursday, Oct. 11:
Explorer Club (grades 3-5)
3:30-4:15PM in the Annex
Register online at http://bit.ly/Explclub18 or by calling 732-5732
Wednesday, Oct. 10:
Music and Movement (ages 6 mo. to 5 yrs)
10:00AM in the Library Annex
Register online at http://bit.ly/mmoct18 or by calling 732-5732

Join us today in the Annex to learn about Elections, where to find reliable information, and more about the process. Fliers will be available throughout the day, see the Youth Services Staff with questions.
Tuesday, Oct. 9:
Music and Movement (ages 6 mo. to 5 yrs)
10:00AM in the Library Annex
Register online at http://bit.ly/mmoct18 or by calling 732-5732
Monday, Oct. 8:
STREAM (Grades K-2)
3:30-4:15 in the Annex building
Register online at http://bit.ly/2oMfQkC or by calling 732-5732
Saturday, Oct. 6:
Teens (grades 6-12) can you make it out of our escape room in time? Sign-ups are filling up fast. Call or visit the youth services desk 732-5732 to schedule a time to come in October 25 or 31 to try your hand at our escape room.
Friday, Oct. 5:
Are you ready for the midterm election? Starting October 10, there will be information available to help you learn about the election process in the Annex building.
Thursday, Oct. 4:
Explorer Club (grades 3-5)
3:30-4:15PM in the Annex
Register online at http://bit.ly/Explclub18 or by calling 732-5732
Wednesday, Oct. 3:
Music and Movement (ages 6 mo. to 5 yrs)
10:00AM in the Library Annex
Register online at http://bit.ly/mmoct18 or by calling 732-5732

Mom’s Meetup
Join us after Music and Movement for time with other parents while your children explore our interactive play area in the Annex building.
Tuesday, Oct. 2:
Music and Movement (ages 6 mo. to 5 yrs)
10:00AM in the Library Annex
Register online at http://bit.ly/mmoct18 or by calling 732-5732

Mom’s Meetup
Join us after Music and Movement for time with other parents while your children explore our interactive play area in the Annex building.
Monday, Oct. 1:
STREAM (Grades K-2)
3:30-4:15 in the Annex building
Register online at http://bit.ly/2oMfQkC or by calling 732-5732
Saturday, Sept. 29:
FAFSA Workshop (ages 16+)
10:00 in the Annex building
Register online at http://bit.ly/2M47bTW or by calling the library at 732-5732
Friday, Sept. 28:
Sign-ups are open for October programing. Call the youth services desk at 732-5732 with questions or to register. You can also register online.
Thursday, Sept. 27:
FAFSA Workshop (ages 16+)
4:30 in the Annex building
Register online at http://bit.ly/2M47bTW or by calling the library at 732-5732
Wednesday, Sept. 26:
Free Lincoln telephone books are available in the Carnegie building.
Tuesday, Sept. 25:
Have you picked up your child’s summer reading shirt? Stop by the youth services desk to pick it up today.
Monday, Sept. 24:
New book: Writers Market 2019 Edition (R808.025).
Saturday, Sept. 22:
Like us on Facebook and/or follow us on Instagram to keep up with all of the Library news.
Friday, Sept 21:
Free wi-fi is available in both buildings.
Thursday, Sept. 20:
Already assigned a school research paper? The Library has the latest edition of the Chicago Manual of Style.
Wednesday, Sept 19:
Sensory Friendly Playtime, 3:30pm-4:30pm in the Annex building.
Tuesday, Sept 18:
Car repair? The Library has an extensive collection of auto repair manuals.
Monday, Sept 17:
Please stop by the Children’s Room and say hello to Miss Jessie, the new Children’s Librarian.
Saturday, Sept 15:
New book: 25 Projects For Art Explorers, Christine Kirker (Q707.1 KIR PB).
Friday, Sept. 14:
The 2018 edition of the Consumer Reports Buyers Guide is available in the Reference Dept.
Thursday, Sept. 13:
Are the words in books becoming difficult to read? Check out our collection of LARGE PRINT books.
Wednesday, Sept 12:
New book: Now Say This: The Right Words To Solve Every Parenting Dilemma, Heather Turgeon (649.64 TUR PB).
Tuesday, Sept. 11:
Please stop by the Children’s Room and say hello to Miss Jessie, the new Children’s Librarian.
Monday, Sept. 10:
Railer students – stop by today for #HOCOGLAM: the makeup tutorial to help you get your face paint ready for Homecoming!
Saturday, Sept. 8
Lincoln telephone books are available in the Carnegie building. Free to the public, first come, first served.
Friday, Sept 7:
Please stop by and say hello to the new Library employees in the Children’s Room. We’re ready to go!
Thursday, Sept 6:
New magazine: the Library carries Traditional Home magazine.
Wednesday, Sept 5:
The Library is always accepting job applications. To find our form go to the main menu and click Downloadable Forms.
Tuesday, Sept 4:
New book: Ancient Worlds, Modern Beads: 30 Stunning Beadwork Designs, Mortira vanPelt (745.5942 VAN PB).
Monday, Sept 3:
Labor Day – the Library is closed.
Saturday, Sept 1:
Got a question after the Library’s closed? In the main menu click Ask A Librarian and leave a message or question.
Friday, Aug. 31:
Free brochures of the William Maxwell walking tour are available in the Carnegie building’s brochure rack.
Thursday, Aug 30:
Car repair? Check out the Library’s collection of auto repair manuals.
Wednesday, Aug. 29:
New book: Be the Parent, Please! Stop Banning Seesaws & Start Banning Snapchat, Naomi Riley (649.1 RIL).
Tuesday, Aug 28:
The Adult Summer Reading program continues through August 31. Sign up in the Annex Building.
Monday, Aug. 27:
Summer Reading prize shirts pickup continues in the Annex!
Saturday, Aug. 25:
The Used Book Sale opens at 9:00am and continues tomorrow from 10am - 2pm.
Friday, Aug. 24:
The Library’s Used Book Sale is tomorrow! We open the sale at 9:00am.
Thursday, Aug.23:
New book: The Art of Papercutting, Jessica Palmer (736.98 PAL PB).
Wednesday, Aug. 22:
Lincoln High School Yearbooks: Stop by the Library and enjoy our yearbook collection.
Tuesday, Aug. 21:
Follow Illini football this Fall – we carry the Champaign-Urbana News Gazette in the Carnegie building.
Monday, Aug. 20:
Summer Reading prize shirts pickup continues in the Annex!
Saturday, Aug. 18:
The Library’s Used Book Sale starts one week from today!
Friday, Aug. 17:
New display: The Logan County Fair – stop by the Carnegie building and enjoy this look at our annual fair.
Thursday, Aug.16:
New book: Bruce Lee: A Life, Matthew Polly (B LEE).
Wednesday, Aug. 15:
Mark your calendar: The Library’s Used Book Sale will be held on August 25 & 26, 2018.
Tuesday, Aug.14:
The Adult Summer Reading program continues through August 31. Sign up in the Annex Building.
Monday, Aug. 13:
Summer Reading prize shirts pickup continues in the Annex!
Saturday, Aug. 11:
Our E-Magazine service has changed! Zinio is now rb Digital. Download the new app and enjoy!
Friday, Aug 10:
Watching the stock market? The daily edition of the Wall Street Journal is available in the Carnegie building.
Thursday, Aug. 9:
New DVD: A.R.C.H.I.E. 2: Mission Impawsible (J DVD ARC).
Wednesday, Aug. 8:
Keep up with all the happenings at the Library on Facebook or Instagram.
Tuesday, Aug. 7:
Summer Reading prize shirts will be available for pickup beginning today!
Monday, Aug. 6:
New book: The World’s Fittest Book: How To Train For Anything & Everything, Ross Edgley (613.7 EDG PB).
Saturday, Aug. 4:
Free maps of the City of Lincoln & Logan County are available at the Library.
Friday, Aug. 3:
Mark your calendar: The Library’s Used book sale will be held on August 25 & 26, 2018.
Thursday, Aug. 2:
The Adult Summer Reading program continues through August 31. Sign up in the Annex Building.
Wednesday, Aug. 1:
The Library has free public access scanners in the Carnegie building.
Tuesday, July 31:
Use your Lincoln Public Library card to borrow materials from any library in Illinois.
Monday, July 30:
New book: Fall Until You Don’t, Bobby Bones (B Bones).
Saturday, July 28:
LAST DAY TO TURN IN COMPLETED READING LOGS!
Prize shirts for children will be available for pickup starting Tuesday, Aug. 8. Teen grand prize drawing will be held Tuesday, July 31.
Friday, July 27:
New classic movie on DVD: The Woman In The Window (DVD WOM).
Thursday, July 26:
New book: Making Etched Metal Jewelry, Kristen Robinson (739.27 RAE).
Wednesday, July 25:
New classic movie on DVD: I, Jane Doe (DVD IJA).
Tuesday, July 24:
New book: The Craft Of Research, 4th ed., Wayne Booth (001.4 BOO).
Monday, July 23:
LAST DAY TO TURN IN COMPLETED READING LOGS IS SATURDAY, JULY 28 BY 1:00pm!
Children’s completed logs must be returned to be eligible for a free t-shirt. Teens who return their completed logs by the above date can participate in our grand prize drawing. Adults have another month to keep reading!
Saturday, July 21:
The Adult Summer Reading Program continues! Sign up in the Annex Building and join the fun.
Friday, July 20:
Mark your calendar: The Library’s Used book sale will be held on August 25 & 26, 2018.
Thursday, July 19:
Silly Safaris
10:00AM in the Library Annex

Explorer Club (for grades 3 – 5)
2:00PM and 3:30PM in the Library Annex
Please register for programs by calling 732-5732.
Wednesday, July 18:
Music and Movement (ages 6 mos. – 5 yrs. and caregivers)
10AM and 11AM in the Library Annex
Space is limited. Please call 732-5732 to register.

Explorer Club (for grades 3 – 5)
2:00PM in the Library Annex
Please register by calling 732-5732.
Tuesday, July 17:
Music and Movement (ages 6 mos. – 5 yrs. and caregivers)
10AM and 11AM in the Library Annex
Space is limited. Please call 732-5732 to register.

STREAM Team (for grades K – 2)
2:00PM in the Library Annex
Please register by calling 732-5732.
Monday, July 16:
STREAM Team (for grades K – 2)
2:00PM in the Library Annex
Please register by calling 732-5732.
Saturday, July 14:
The Adult Summer Reading Program. Now through August 31st. Sign up anytime in the Annex building. Each book read is an entry for a multi-prize drawing!
Friday, July 13:
New book: Flowstones: Beautiful Creations From Polymer Clay, Amy Goldin (745.57 GOL).
Thursday, July 12:
Tim Stolba, Magician
10:00AM in the Library Annex

Explorer Club (for grades 3 – 5)
2:00PM and 3:30PM in the Library Annex
Please register for programs by calling 732-5732.
Wednesday, July 11:
Music and Movement (ages 6 mos. – 5 yrs. and caregivers)
10AM and 11AM in the Library Annex
Space is limited. Please call 732-5732 to register.

Explorer Club (for grades 3 – 5)
2:00PM in the Library Annex
Please register by calling 732-5732.
Tuesday, July 10:
Music and Movement (ages 6 mos. – 5 yrs. and caregivers)
10AM and 11AM in the Library Annex
Space is limited. Please call 732-5732 to register.

STREAM Team (for grades K – 2)
2:00PM in the Library Annex
Please register by calling 732-5732.
Monday, July 9:
STREAM Team (for grades K – 2)
2:00PM in the Library Annex
Please register by calling 732-5732.
Saturday, July 7:
The Adult Summer Reading Program. Now through August 31st. Sign up anytime in the Annex building. Each book read is an entry for a multi-prize drawing!
Friday, July 6:
#oldschool Event for Teens (grades 6 – 12)
3:00PM – 4:30PM in the Pegram Room
Please call 732-5732 to register.
Thursday, July 5:
Absolute Science
10:00AM in the Library Annex

Explorer Club (for grades 3 – 5)
2:00PM and 3:30PM in the Library Annex
Please register for programs by calling 732-5732.
Wednesday, July 4:
Independence Day: Library Closed
Tuesday, July 3:
Music and Movement (ages 6 mos. – 5 yrs. and caregivers)
10AM and 11AM in the Library Annex
Space is limited. Please call 732-5732 to register.

STREAM Team (for grades K – 2)
2:00PM in the Library Annex
Please register by calling 732-5732.
Monday, July 2:
STREAM Team (for grades K – 2)
2:00PM in the Library Annex
Please register by calling 732-5732.
Saturday, June 30:
#oldschool Event for Teens (grades 6 – 12)
Coming Friday, July 6 from 3:00PM – 4:30PM.
Please call 732-5732 to register.
Friday, June 29:
Zinio is now RBDigital! Check out their new look for our eMagazine services on the Library’s website.
Thursday, June 28:
Kevin and the Infinite Possibilities
10:00AM in the Library Annex

Explorer Club (for grades 3 – 5)
2:00PM and 3:30PM in the Library Annex
Please register for programs by calling 732-5732.
Wednesday, June 27:
Music and Movement (ages 6 mos. – 5 yrs. and caregivers)
10AM and 11AM in the Library Annex
Space is limited. Please call 732-5732 to register.

Explorer Club (for grades 3 – 5)
2:00PM in the Library Annex
Please register by calling 732-5732.
Tuesday, June 26:
Music and Movement (ages 6 mos. – 5 yrs. and caregivers)
10AM and 11AM in the Library Annex
Space is limited. Please call 732-5732 to register.

STREAM Team (for grades K – 2)
2:00PM in the Library Annex
Please register by calling 732-5732.
Monday, June 25:
STREAM Team (for grades K – 2)
2:00PM in the Library Annex
Please register by calling 732-5732.
Saturday, June 23:
New book: Lincoln And The Irish: The Untold Story, Niall O'Dowd (973.7 ODO).
Friday, June 22:
#oldschool Event for Teens (grades 6 – 12)
Coming Friday, July 6 from 3:00PM – 4:30PM.
Please call 732-5732 to register.
Thursday, June 21:
Juggling Jeff
10:00AM in the Library Annex

Explorer Club (for grades 3 – 5)
2:00PM and 3:30PM in the Library Annex
Please register for programs by calling 732-5732.
Tuesday, June 19:
Music and Movement (ages 6 mos. – 5 yrs. and caregivers)
10AM and 11AM in the Library Annex
Space is limited. Please call 732-5732 to register.

STREAM Team (for grades K – 2)
2:00PM in the Library Annex
Please register by calling 732-5732.
Monday, June 18:
STREAM Team (for grades K – 2)
2:00PM in the Library Annex
Please register by calling 732-5732.
Saturday, June 16:
New book: Starting An Online Business For Dummies, 5th ed., Shannon Belew (658.872 BEL PB).
Friday, June 15:
Escape Room Event for Teens (grades 6 – 12)
3:00PM – 5:00PM in the Pegram Room
Please register by calling 732-5732.
Thursday, June 14:
Due to circumstances beyond our control the Petting Zoo program scheduled for June 14, 2018, 10am at the Lincoln Public Library District has been cancelled. The Library regrets any inconvenience.

Explorer Club (for grades 3 – 5)
2:00PM and 3:30PM in the Library Annex
Please register for programs by calling 732-5732.
Wednesday, June 13:
Music and Movement (ages 6 mos. – 5 yrs. and caregivers)
10AM and 11AM in the Library Annex
Space is limited. Please call 732-5732 to register.

Explorer Club (for grades 3 – 5)
2:00PM in the Library Annex
Please register by calling 732-5732.
Tuesday, June 12:
Music and Movement (ages 6 mos. – 5 yrs. and caregivers)
10AM and 11AM in the Library Annex
Space is limited. Please call 732-5732 to register.

STREAM Team (for grades K – 2)
2:00PM in the Library Annex
Please register by calling 732-5732.
Monday, June 11:
STREAM Team (for grades K – 2)
2:00PM in the Library Annex
Please register by calling 732-5732.
Saturday, June 9:
Carnegie Building Preservation Fund: Contact Richard Sumrall at 217-732-8878.
Friday, June 8:
The Library’s updated WorldBookWeb is free to all Lincoln Public Library card holders. Click the icon on the right side of the website.
Thursday, June 7:
The Library’s collection of classic movies on DVD continues to grow. Check them out in the Annex building.
Wednesday, June 6:
It’s not too late to sign up for the Summer Reading Program. Children, teens AND adults can read to win prizes! Drop by the Library Annex to register.
Tuesday, June 5:
Use your Lincoln Public Library card to borrow materials from any library in Illinois.
Monday, June 4:
Post your community event on the Library’s bulletin boards.
Saturday, June 2:
Escape Room Event for Teens (grades 6 – 12)
Coming Friday, June 15 from 3:00PM – 5:00PM.
Please call 732-5732 with questions or to register!
Friday, June 1:
To file an employment application with the Library go to Downloadable Forms on the Library’s website and click the application link.
Thursday, May 31:
Like us on Facebook and/or follow us on Instagram and keep up with all the latest library news. Enjoy pics, videos and more!
Wednesday, May 30:
Got a question after the Library’s closed. Click Ask A Librarian on the Library’s website and leave us a question or message.
Tuesday, May 29:
SUMMER READING PROGRAM REGISTRATION BEGINS!
Monday, May 28:
MEMORIAL DAY: Library Closed
Saturday, May 26:
New book: Modern Comfort Cooking: Feel-Good Favorites, Lauren Grier (641.5 GRI PB).
Friday, May 25:
Music and Movement, STREAM Team and Explorer Club will be back in June! Sign up for our summer session beginning Tuesday, May 29 during Summer Reading registration.
Thursday, May 24:
eFileIL is the Illinois portal for filing electronic documents in the Illinois court system. Go to the Library’s website and click the icon on the right side of the page.
Wednesday, May 23:
Need a public use meeting room? Click Downloadable Forms on the Library’s website and take a look at our free meeting spaces.
Tuesday, May 22:
SUMMER READING PROGRAM registration begins Tuesday, May 29! Sign up at the Youth Services desk and get in on the action. Children, teens AND adults can read to win prizes!
Monday, May 21:
The library is going to the cats OR the dogs this month! Drop by the Youth Services department and vote for your favorite.
Saturday, May 19:
Like us on Facebook and/or follow us on Instagram and keep up with all the latest library news. Enjoy pics, videos and more!
Friday, May 18:
Vogue Knitting: The Ultimate Knitting Book, Vogue Editors (Q746.432 VOG).
Thursday, May 17:
Storytimes, STREAM Team and Explorer Club will be back in June! Sign up for our summer session beginning Tuesday, May 29 during Summer Reading registration.
Wednesday, May 16:
Resume update: Use the Library’s computers and the resume forms in Microsoft Word.
Tuesday, May 15:
The library is going to the cats OR the dogs this month! Drop by the Youth Services department and vote for your favorite.
Monday, May 14:
SUMMER READING PROGRAM registration begins Tuesday, May 29! Sign up at the Youth Services desk and get in on the action. Children, teens AND adults can read to win prizes!
Saturday, May 12:
A Raffle Barrel is available for checkout with a valid Lincoln Public Library District card.
Friday, May 11:
New book: Dangerous Mystic: Meister Eckhart’s Path To The God Within, Joel Harrington (B Eckhart).
Thursday, May 10:
We’ve got butterflies at the library! Take a look in Miss Melissa’s office window and watch the larvae grow and develop into beautiful painted lady butterflies. Butterfly releases will be announced on Facebook.
Wednesday, May 9:
Mark your calendar: The Library’s Used book sale will be held on August 25 & 26, 2018.
Tuesday, May 8:
Free wi-fi is available in both buildings.
Monday, May 7:
Color photocopying is available in the Carnegie building, 25 cents per copy.
Saturday, May 5:
Keep an eye out for information about our Summer Reading Program for children (age 6 months – grade 5), teens (grades 6 – 12) and adults (age 18 and up)! Registration begins the day after Memorial Day.
Friday, May 4:
Last day to vote for your favorite Peep Diorama!
Thursday, May 3:
New book: Motivated Resumes & LinkedIn Profiles, Brian Howard (650.14 HOW).
Wednesday, May 2:
Like us on Facebook and/or follow us on Instagram and keep up with all the latest library news. Enjoy pics, videos and more!
Tuesday, May 1:
The library is going to the cats OR the dogs this month! Drop by the Youth Services department and vote for your favorite.
Monday, Apr. 30:
New book: The Notorious Reno Gang, Rachel Dickinson (364.106 DIC).
Saturday, Apr. 28:
New book: Fat For Fuel: A Revolutionary Diet, Dr. Joseph Mercola (613.2 MER).
Friday, Apr. 27:
Peep dioramas are due today! Voting for your favorite begins tomorrow and will go through May 4.
Thursday, Apr. 26:
We’ve got butterflies at the library! Take a look in Miss Melissa’s office window and watch the larvae grow and develop into beautiful painted lady butterflies. Butterfly releases will be announced on Facebook.
Wednesday, Apr. 25:
New book: Atom Land: A Guided Tour Through The Strange World Of Particle Physics, Jon Butterworth (539.7 BUT).
Tuesday, Apr. 24:
Peep Dioramas are due by April 27 if you want to participate in our cool contest! For rules, click on the banner above or call 732-5732 and ask for the circulation desk.
Monday, Apr. 23:
Enjoy some special reading time in the nooks we’ve created in the Youth Services department this week!
Saturday, Apr. 21:
May is fast approaching and soon there will be butterflies at the library! Watch larvae grow and develop into beautiful painted lady butterflies. Butterfly releases will be announced on Facebook.
Friday, Apr. 20:
Free brochures of the William Maxwell self-guided walking tour in Lincoln are available in the Carnegie building’s brochure rack.
Thursday, Apr. 19:
New book: Store This, Not That! The Quick & Easy Food Storage Guide, Crystal Godfrey.
Wednesday, Apr. 18:
Like us on Facebook and/or follow us on Instagram and keep up with all the latest library news. Enjoy pics, videos and more!
Tuesday, Apr. 17:
New book: Junk Beautiful Furniture Refreshed, Sue Whitney.
Monday, Apr. 16:
Read with a buddy at the library this week! Bring your own stuffed animal or grab one of ours from the Youth Services desk and read together.
Saturday, Apr. 14:
The latest edition of the New York Times Best Sellers List is available in both buildings.
Friday, Apr. 13:
New book: Dogs 101: Pomeranian, Sandy Mesmer.
Thursday, Apr. 12:
Rice Krispies Creations (grades 6 – 12)
3:30PM – 5PM
Please register by calling 732-5732 or emailing youthlpld@gmail.com.
Wednesday, Apr. 11:
New book: Jerky Everything: Foolproof & Flavorful Jerky Recipes, Pamela Braun.
Tuesday, Apr. 10:
Last minute research papers in school? The Library has the newest edition of The Chicago Manual of Style in the Reference Dept.
Monday, Apr. 9:
We’re celebrating Drop Everything and Read (D.E.AR.) month in April. Children and teens that get caught reading at the library this week will get a cool surprise!
Saturday, Apr. 7:
Tax day is April 16th. The Library has some remaining free tax forms, first come first served.
Friday, Apr. 6:
New book: The Truth Machine: The Blockchain & The Future Of Everything, Michael Casey (332.42 CAS).
Thursday, Apr. 5:
Read with a Librarian
3:30PM – 4:00PM in the Library Annex
Drop by and read with one of our Youth Services staff!
All ages welcome.
Wednesday, Apr. 4:
Read with a Librarian
10AM – 10:30AM in the Library Annex
Drop by and read with one of our Youth Services staff!
All ages welcome.
Tuesday, Apr. 3:
Read with a Librarian
10AM – 10:30AM in the Library Annex
Drop by and read with one of our Youth Services staff!
All ages welcome.
Monday, Apr. 2:
Read with a Librarian
3:30PM – 4:00PM in the Library Annex
Drop by and read with one of our Youth Services staff!
All ages welcome.
Saturday, Mar. 31:
Taking a road trip? Check out our audiobook collection for adults, teens, and children.
Friday, Mar. 30:
New book: Cryptoassets: The Innovative Investor’s Guide To Bitcoin & Beyond, Chris Burniske (332.42 BUR).
Thursday, Mar. 29:
CANCELED
Wonder Book Party (grades 3 – 5)
3:30PM – 4:30PM

Wednesday, Mar. 28:
Music and Movement (ages 6 mos. – 5 yrs. and caregivers)
10AM in the Library Annex
Space is limited. Please call 732-5732 to register.
Tuesday, Mar. 27:
Music and Movement (ages 6 mos. – 5 yrs. and caregivers)
10AM in the Library Annex
Space is limited. Please call 732-5732 to register.

Tinker Tuesday (all ages)
5:30PM – 6:30PM in the Library Annex
Monday, Mar. 26:
New book: The Active Seniors Guide To Budget World Travel, Rachel Imper (910.202 IMP PB).
Saturday, Mar. 24:
New book: Route 66 Road Trips, Lonely Planet.
Friday, Mar. 23:
Wonder Book Party (grades 3 – 5) will be held Thursday, Mar. 29 from 3:30PM – 4:30PM. Join us for a Wonder relay, kind-bombing the library and creating a self-portrait! Please register by calling 732-5732.
Thursday, Mar. 22:
LAST DAY of Homework Helpers (for grades 2 – 6)
3:30PM – 4:45PM in the Library Annex

New book: King Truths: 21 Keys To Unlocking Your Spiritual Potential, Alveda King.
Wednesday, Mar. 21:
Music and Movement (ages 6 mos. – 5 yrs. and caregivers)
10AM in the Library Annex
Space is limited. Please call 732-5732 to register.

Sensory-friendly Playtime
3:30PM – 4:30PM in the Library Annex
For children with special needs and their families!

Homework Helpers (for grades 2 – 6)
3:30PM – 4:45PM in the Library Annex
Tuesday, Mar. 20:
Music and Movement (ages 6 mos. – 5 yrs. and caregivers)
10AM in the Library Annex
Space is limited. Please call 732-5732 to register.

Homework Helpers (for grades 2 – 6)
3:30PM – 4:45PM in the Library Annex

Tinker Tuesday (all ages)
5:30PM – 6:30PM in the Library Annex
Monday, Mar. 19:
Homework Helpers (for grades 2 – 6)
3:30PM – 4:45PM in the Library Annex

New book: Anti-Inflammatory Foods & Recipes, Beverly Bennett.
Saturday, Mar. 17:
Join us for Tinker Tuesdays (5:30PM – 6:30PM) during the month of March. All ages are welcome! Please call 732-5732 to register.

New book: High School Geometry Unlocked, Heidi Torres.
Friday, Mar. 16:
Computer Assembly Basics (grade 6 – 12)
3:30PM – 4:30PM in the Pegram Room
Space is limited. Please call 732-5732 to register.
Thursday, Mar. 15:
Intro to Phone Virtual Reality (grade 6 – 12)
3:30PM – 4:30PM in the Pegram Room
Space is limited. Please call 732-5732 to register.

Homework Helpers (for grades 2 – 6)
3:30PM – 4:45PM in the Library Annex
Wednesday, Mar. 14:
Music and Movement (ages 6 mos. – 5 yrs. and caregivers)
10AM in the Library Annex
Space is limited. Please call 732-5732 to register.

Build a Snap Circuit Radio (grade 6 – 12)
3:30PM – 4:30PM in the Pegram Room
Space is limited. Please call 732-5732 to register.

Homework Helpers (for grades 2 – 6)
3:30PM – 4:45PM in the Library Annex
Tuesday, Mar. 13:
Music and Movement (ages 6 mos. – 5 yrs. and caregivers)
10AM in the Library Annex
Space is limited. Please call 732-5732 to register.

Creating Videogames (grade 6 – 12)
3:30PM – 4:30PM in the Pegram Room
Space is limited. Please call 732-5732 to register.

Homework Helpers (for grades 2 – 6)
3:30PM – 4:45PM in the Library Annex
Monday, Mar. 12:
Intro to Video Editing (grade 6 – 12)
3:30PM – 4:30PM in the Pegram Room
Space is limited. Please call 732-5732 to register.

Homework Helpers (for grades 2 – 6)
3:30PM – 4:45PM in the Library Annex
Saturday, Mar. 10:
Wonder Book Party (grades 3 – 5) will be held Thursday, Mar. 29 from 3:30PM – 4:30PM. Join us for a Wonder relay, kind-bombing the library and creating a self-portrait! Please register by calling 732-5732.

The Library has three free public scanners in the Carnegie building, available with the public computers.
Friday, Mar. 9:
Sensory-friendly Playtime will be held Wednesday, Mar. 21 from 3:30PM – 4:30PM in the Library Annex. Designed especially for children with special needs and their families!

The new issue of BookPage is in! It’s free and it bring you up to date on the latest books.
Thursday, Mar. 8:
Homework Helpers (for grades 2 – 6)
3:30PM – 4:45PM in the Library Annex

Need more Abe? Check out the Library’s considerable collection of books on Abraham Lincoln.
Wednesday, Mar. 7:
Music and Movement (ages 6 mos. – 5 yrs. and caregivers)
10AM in the Library Annex
Space is limited. Please call 732-5732 to register.

Homework Helpers (for grades 2 – 6)
3:30PM – 4:45PM in the Library Annex
Tuesday, Mar. 6:
Music and Movement (ages 6 mos. – 5 yrs. and caregivers)
10AM in the Library Annex
Space is limited. Please call 732-5732 to register.

Homework Helpers (for grades 2 – 6)
3:30PM – 4:45PM in the Library Annex

Tinker Tuesday (all ages)
5:30PM – 6:30PM in the Library Annex
Monday, Mar. 5:
TEEN TECH WEEK (grades 6 – 12) is coming!
Register for cool tech classes M-F from 3:30PM – 4:30PM next week by calling 732-5732. Classes include: Intro to Video Editing, Creating Videogames, Build a Snap Circuit Radio, Intro to Phone Virtual Reality, and Computer Assembly Basics.

Homework Helpers (for grades 2 – 6)
3:30PM – 4:45PM in the Library Annex
Saturday, Mar. 3:
Join us for Tinker Tuesdays (5:30PM – 6:30PM) during the month of March. All ages are welcome! Please call 732-5732 to register.
Friday, Mar. 2:
Car repair? Check out the Library’s extensive collection of auto repair manuals.
Thursday, Mar. 1:
Explorer Club (grades 3 – 5)
3:30PM in the Library Annex
Please call 732-5732 to register.

Homework Helpers (for grades 2 – 6)
3:30PM – 4:45PM in the Library Annex
Wednesday, Feb. 28:
Little Listeners Storytime (ages 6 mos. – 2 yrs.)
10AM and 10:30AM
Book Buddies Storytime (ages 3 – 4 yrs., 5 if not in K)
10AM in the Library Annex
Please call 732-5732 to register.

Homework Helpers (for grades 2 – 6)
3:30PM – 4:45PM in the Library Annex
Tuesday, Feb. 27:
Little Listeners Storytime (ages 6 mos. – 2 yrs.)
10AM and 10:30AM
Book Buddies Storytime (ages 3 – 4 yrs., 5 if not in K)
10AM in the Library Annex
Please call 732-5732 to register.

Homework Helpers (for grades 2 – 6)
3:30PM – 4:45PM in the Library Annex
Monday, Feb. 26:
STREAM Team (K – grade 2)
3:30PM in the Library Annex
Please call 732-5732 to register.

Homework Helpers (for grades 2 – 6)
3:30PM – 4:45PM in the Library Annex
Saturday, Feb. 24:
TEEN TECH WEEK (March 12-17) will feature daily mini-classes from 3:30PM – 4:30PM exploring topics like video editing, videogame creation, virtual/augmented reality and more! Students must be in grades 6 – 12 to participate. Please call 732-5732 for details and to register for classes.

NewBook: High School Chemistry Unlocked, Nicolas Leonardi (540 LEO PB).
Friday, Feb. 23:
TINKER TUESDAYS (for all ages) are coming in March!
Do you and your child like to make, create, and build? Are you interested in art, engineering, technology and more? Register now for cool activities on Tuesday evenings from 5:30PM – 6:30PM during the month of March by calling 732-5732.

NewBook: Diet For The Mind: What To Eat To Prevent Alzheimer’s And Cognitive Decline, Dr. Martha C. Morris (616.831 MOR).
Thursday, Feb. 22:
Explorer Club (grades 3 – 5)
3:30PM in the Library Annex
Please call 732-5732 to register.

Homework Helpers (for grades 2 – 6)
3:30PM – 4:45PM in the Library Annex
Wednesday, Feb. 21:
Little Listeners Storytime (ages 6 mos. – 2 yrs.)
10AM and 10:30AM
Book Buddies Storytime (ages 3 – 4 yrs., 5 if not in K)
10AM in the Library Annex
Please call 732-5732 to register.

SENSORY-FRIENDLY PLAYTIME at the Library!
3:30PM – 4:30PM in the Library Annex

Homework Helpers (for grades 2 – 6)
3:30PM – 4:45PM in the Library Annex
Tuesday, Feb. 20:
Little Listeners Storytime (ages 6 mos. – 2 yrs.)
10AM and 10:30AM
Book Buddies Storytime (ages 3 – 4 yrs., 5 if not in K)
10AM in the Library Annex
Please call 732-5732 to register.

Homework Helpers (for grades 2 – 6)
3:30PM – 4:45PM in the Library Annex
Monday, Feb. 19:
STREAM Team (K – grade 2)
3:30PM in the Library Annex
Please call 732-5732 to register.

Homework Helpers (for grades 2 – 6)
3:30PM – 4:45PM in the Library Annex
Saturday, Feb. 17:
MUSIC AND MOVEMENT classes for ages 6 months – 5 years and their caregivers are coming the week of March 5! Call 732-5732 now to register for Tuesdays OR Wednesdays at 10AM.

NewBook: Armed In America: A History Of Gun Rights, Patrick J. Charles (344.7305 CHA).
Friday, Feb. 16:
Sensory-friendly Playtime at the Library begins next week on Wednesday, Feb. 21 from 3:30PM – 4:30PM! Children with special needs and their families are invited to join us for informal play and simple sensory activities. Questions? Please call 732-5732.
Thursday, Feb. 15:
Explorer Club (grades 3 – 5)
3:30PM in the Library Annex
Please call 732-5732 to register.

Homework Helpers (for grades 2 – 6)
3:30PM – 4:45PM in the Library Annex
Wednesday, Feb. 14:
Little Listeners Storytime (ages 6 mos. – 2 yrs.)
10AM and 10:30AM
Book Buddies Storytime (ages 3 – 4 yrs., 5 if not in K)
10AM in the Library Annex
Please call 732-5732 to register.

Homework Helpers (for grades 2 – 6)
3:30PM – 4:45PM in the Library Annex
Tuesday, Feb. 13:
Little Listeners Storytime (ages 6 mos. – 2 yrs.)
10AM and 10:30AM
Book Buddies Storytime (ages 3 – 4 yrs., 5 if not in K)
10AM in the Library Annex
Please call 732-5732 to register.

Homework Helpers (for grades 2 – 6)
3:30PM – 4:45PM in the Library Annex
Monday, Feb. 12:
STREAM Team (K – grade 2)
3:30PM in the Library Annex
Please call 732-5732 to register.

LAST DAY TO CREATE VALENTINES FOR OUR FRIENDS IN A LOCAL CARE FACILITY!

The Adult Non-Fiction Reading program ends on February 23. The more you read, the better your chances to win!
Saturday, Feb. 10:
Fandom Mash-up Event (all ages)
2PM – 4PM in the Library Annex

This event will be rescheduled due to low registration.
Friday, Feb. 9:
It’s not too late to participate in the Adult Winter Reading Program! Read non-fiction books from the Carnegie building for a chance to win the grand prize, a free auto detailing coupon from Collision Concepts in Lincoln.
Thursday, Feb. 8:
Explorer Club (grades 3 – 5)
3:30PM in the Library Annex
Please call 732-5732 to register.

Homework Helpers (for grades 2 – 6)
3:30PM – 4:45PM in the Library Annex
Wednesday, Feb. 7:
Little Listeners Storytime (ages 6 mos. – 2 yrs.)
10AM and 10:30AM
Book Buddies Storytime (ages 3 – 4 yrs., 5 if not in K)
10AM in the Library Annex
Please call 732-5732 to register.

Homework Helpers (for grades 2 – 6)
3:30PM – 4:45PM in the Library Annex
Tuesday, Feb. 6:
Little Listeners Storytime (ages 6 mos. – 2 yrs.)
10AM and 10:30AM
Book Buddies Storytime (ages 3 – 4 yrs., 5 if not in K)
10AM in the Library Annex
Please call 732-5732 to register.

Homework Helpers (for grades 2 – 6)
3:30PM – 4:45PM in the Library Annex
Monday, Feb. 5:
STREAM Team (K – grade 2)
3:30PM in the Library Annex
Please call 732-5732 to register.

Homework Helpers (for grades 2 – 6)
3:30PM – 4:45PM in the Library Annex
Saturday, Feb. 3:
Be a secret valentine in February! Make valentines for our friends in a local care facility. Materials are available at the Youth Services desk.
Friday, Feb. 2:
FANDOM MASH-UP EVENT (all ages)
Coming Saturday, Feb. 10 from 2PM – 4PM!
Potterhead? Whovian? Marvel or DC? Enjoy activities games and snacks based on your favorite characters. Please register by calling 732-5732
Thursday, Feb. 1:
Explorer Club (grades 3 – 5)
3:30PM in the Library Annex
Please call 732-5732 to register.

Homework Helpers (for grades 2 – 6)
3:30PM – 4:45PM in the Library Annex
Wednesday, Jan. 31:
Little Listeners Storytime (ages 6 mos. – 2 yrs.)
10AM and 10:30AM
Book Buddies Storytime (ages 3 – 4 yrs., 5 if not in K)
10AM in the Library Annex
Please call 732-5732 to register.

Homework Helpers (for grades 2 – 6)
3:30PM – 4:45PM in the Library Annex
Tuesday, Jan. 30:
Little Listeners Storytime (ages 6 mos. – 2 yrs.)
10AM and 10:30AM
Book Buddies Storytime (ages 3 – 4 yrs., 5 if not in K)
10AM in the Library Annex
Please call 732-5732 to register.

Homework Helpers (for grades 2 – 6)
3:30PM – 4:45PM in the Library Annex
Monday, Jan. 29:
STREAM Team (K – grade 2)
3:30PM in the Library Annex
Please call 732-5732 to register.

The Adult non-fiction reading program runs through February 23. Grand prize – free detailing coupon from Collision Concepts in Lincoln, IL.
Saturday, Jan. 27:
The Adult Winter Reading Program has started!
Read non-fiction books from the Carnegie building for a chance to win the grand prize, a free auto detailing coupon from Collision Concepts in Lincoln.
Friday, Jan. 26:
Be a secret valentine in February! Make valentines for our friends in a local care facility. Materials will be available in Youth Services by Feb. 1.
Thursday, Jan. 25:
Explorer Club (grades 3 – 5)
3:30PM in the Library Annex
Please call 732-5732 to register.

Homework Helpers (for grades 2 – 6)
3:30PM – 4:45PM in the Library Annex
Wednesday, Jan. 24:
Little Listeners Storytime (ages 6 mos. – 2 yrs.)
10AM and 10:30AM
Book Buddies Storytime (ages 3 – 4 yrs., 5 if not in K)
10AM in the Library Annex
Please call 732-5732 to register.

Homework Helpers (for grades 2 – 6)
3:30PM – 4:45PM in the Library Annex
Tuesday, Jan. 23:
Little Listeners Storytime (ages 6 mos. – 2 yrs.)
10AM and 10:30AM
Book Buddies Storytime (ages 3 – 4 yrs., 5 if not in K)
10AM in the Library Annex
Please call 732-5732 to register.

Homework Helpers (for grades 2 – 6)
3:30PM – 4:45PM in the Library Annex
Monday, Jan. 22:
STREAM Team (K – grade 2)
3:30PM in the Library Annex
Please call 732-5732 to register.

Homework Helpers (for grades 2 – 6)
3:30PM – 4:45PM in the Library Annex
Saturday, Jan. 20:
The Adult Winter Reading Program has started!
Read non-fiction books from the Carnegie building for a chance to win the grand prize, a free auto detailing coupon from Collision Concepts in Lincoln.
Friday, Jan. 19:
FANDOM MASH-UP EVENT (all ages)
Coming Saturday, Feb. 10 from 2PM – 4PM!
Potterhead? Whovian? Marvel or DC? Enjoy activities games and snacks based on your favorite characters. Please register by calling 732-5732
Thursday, Jan. 18:
Explorer Club (grades 3 – 5)
3:30PM in the Library Annex
Please call 732-5732 to register.

Homework Helpers (for grades 2 – 6)
3:30PM – 4:45PM in the Library Annex
Wednesday, Jan. 17:
Little Listeners Storytime (ages 6 mos. – 2 yrs.)
10AM and 10:30AM
Book Buddies Storytime (ages 3 – 4 yrs., 5 if not in K)
10AM in the Library Annex
Please call 732-5732 to register.

Homework Helpers (for grades 2 – 6)
3:30PM – 4:45PM in the Library Annex
Tuesday, Jan. 16:
Little Listeners Storytime (ages 6 mos. – 2 yrs.)
10AM and 10:30AM
Book Buddies Storytime (ages 3 – 4 yrs., 5 if not in K)
10AM in the Library Annex
Please call 732-5732 to register.

Homework Helpers (for grades 2 – 6)
3:30PM – 4:45PM in the Library Annex
Monday, Jan. 15:
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
STREAM Team (K – grade 2)
3:30PM in the Library Annex
Please call 732-5732 to register.
Saturday, Jan. 13:
FAMILY LEGO DAY (all ages)
10AM – noon in the Library Annex
Friday, Jan. 12:
Starting January 15, 2018: The Adult Winter Reading Program! Read non-fiction books from the Carnegie building for a chance to win the grand prize, a free auto detailing coupon from Collision Concepts in Lincoln.
Thursday, Jan. 11:
YouTube Party (grades 6 – 12)
3:30PM – 5PM
Wednesday, Jan. 10:
Starting January 15, 2018: The Adult Winter Reading Program! Read non-fiction books from the Carnegie building for a chance to win the grand prize, a free auto detailing coupon from Collision Concepts in Lincoln.
Tuesday, Jan. 9:
Like us on Facebook and/or follow us on Instagram! Know what’s happening and when at your library.
Monday, Jan. 8:
New DVD – The Reluctant Debutante starring Rex Harrison & Kay Kendall (DVD REL).
Saturday, Jan. 6:
FAMILY LEGO DAY (all ages) is scheduled Saturday, Jan. 13 from 10AM – noon. Register now by calling 732-5732 and join us for building fun!
Friday, Jan. 5:
Coming In January: The Adult Winter Non-Fiction Reading Program. Stay tuned for details!
Thursday, Jan. 4:
YouTube Party (grades 6 – 12) will be Thursday, January 11 from 3:30PM – 5PM. Register now by calling 732-5732 and join us for activities, games and food based on your favorite YouTube channels!
Wednesday, Jan. 3:
We’ve moved lots of stuff around in the Youth Services department. Not sure where something is? Please ask one of your favorite librarians! We’ll have signs up, too. ☺
Tuesday, Jan. 2:
Our winter session of classes for littles and middles (age 6 months – grade 5) starts Monday, Jan. 15. Call 732-5732 now to register or for more information. Check out the calendar on the sidebar to see program days and times!
Monday, Jan. 1:
LIBRARY CLOSED: New Year’s Day
 
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725 Pekin Street – Lincoln, Illinois 62656 – Main: (217) 732-8878 – Youth Services: (217) 732-5732 – Fax: (217) 732-6273