Lincoln Library’s second floor back in business.

image of remodeled second floorIt didn’t take long for the dozen or so computer stations on the second floor of Lincoln Library to be put to use after several weeks of being inaccessible.
“It’s nice to be back in business,” said library director Nancy Huntley on Tuesday morning...

Do your kids and teens want eBooks or eAudiobooks to read or listen to on their mobile devices? As a parent do you want a safe and easy browsing experience for your children? Check out our new Kids and Teens eReading Rooms with Library on the Go by OverDrive.
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The Kid's & Teens Collections filters the overall digital collection to just show Children’s and Young Adult content, which gets kids & teens to the titles they want faster!


Come into the library and browse the shelves or search the catalog to find our latest additions.
Below is a sample of titles added this month.


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computer classes
Library Hours

Free Computer Classes
Each month Lincoln Library offers the
public free, hands-on computer classes. The workshops cover a variety of topics -- Email, Excel, Facebook, Microsoft Word, Internet Searching, Power Point, Windows, WordPress.Com, Word Processing.

To view this month's schedule and class descriptions, click below. If you see a class that piques your interest, you can register to attend online or by calling 753-4900, ext. 208.

digital collection
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The library's Digital Collection is an ever-growing variety of scanned images related to the history of the city of Springfield, Sangamon County and several surrounding counties. The images are primarily photographs but also include maps, blueprints and documents.

The Digital Collection is accessible from a home computer, as well as one within the library. Original materials are archived in the Sangamon Valley Collection and viewable upon request.

book groups
Click here to go to the book groups

Join one, or both, of the library's book groups and enjoy lively discussion with new friends. The upcoming schedule is as follows:

Contemporary Fiction Book Group
One Moment, One Morning,
by Sarah Rayner
Wednesday, July 23 - 6 p.m.
DeFrates Reading Room

Classics Book Group
The Classics Book Group is currently on summer hiatus. The group will resume meeting in October. Sign up here for the Classics Book Group Newsletter and be alerted when the 2014-2015 reading list is announced.