Vote for your favorite pumpkin character. The pumpkins are currently on display on the first floor of the library. All pumpkins were created and designed by library staff after some of their favorite book and movie characters. Votes will be counted after Halloween, and the winning pumpkin will have its picture displayed on the library's website in November.
Zachary Michael Jack, the author of many critically acclaimed books on sports and sporting facilities, will share his thoughts about Golf in Fact and Fiction. His golf writing has earned him nominations for the United States Golf Association's Herbert Warren Wind Book Award and the William Hill Sports Book of the Year Award, as well as recognition as an Editor's Pick by Golf Digest and a Best Books of 2011 by Golf magazine. Sunday, October 26th @ 2pm in the Carnegie Room
The September-October edition of the Lincoln Library Bulletin is now available. Find out about the latest library happenings, as well as all upcoming events. You can read the Bulletin here or pick up a copy at the library.
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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.
Join one, or both, of the library's book groups and enjoy lively discussion with new friends. The upcoming schedule is as follows:
Classics Book Group
A Study in Scarlet,
by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Monday, October 20 - 12 p.m.
Bicentennial Conference Room
Contemporary Fiction Book Group
by Russell Hill
Wednesday, October 22 - 6 p.m.
DeFrates Reading Room