Charging Stations Available at the Library

image of mobile device charging station on first floor of library There is one charging station available on each floor in the library. Charging stations are compatible with most mobile devices currently on the market. Some of the devices that can be charged at the stations include, smart phones, iPads, eReaders, Kindles and Nooks. Charging stations are free and available for public use during library hours. (Click image for a closer look)



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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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.

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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
Anatomy of a Disappearance,
by Hisham Matar
Wednesday, September 24 - 6 p.m.
DeFrates Reading Room

Classics Book Group

A Study in Scarlet,
by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Monday, October 20 - 12 p.m.
Bicentennial Conference Room