Lincoln Public Library kicks off 150th year with special program Saturday, May 18th

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[May 13, 2024] 

This year is the 150th Anniversary of the founding of the Lincoln Public Library, established in 1874.

The LPL Board of Trustees and library staff are inviting all residents of Lincoln to join us in this celebration!

During the sesquicentennial year a series of programs will be hosted.

The first program will be held on Saturday May 18 at 2:00 pm in the Annex. Bill Donath, a local historian, who will provide a presentation highlighting the history of the library. The Annex entrance is accessible from the alley.

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 Additional programs are being planned for this summer and fall. Programs will include guided tours of the Carnegie building and a formal reception to be held at the Carnegie this year.
Additional programs will be announced at a later date.

We look forward to seeing you at the kickoff celebration on the 18th. If you have questions you can email the library at directorlpld@  or call 217-732-8878.

[Mike Starasta, Library Director
Lincoln Public Library District]

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