The much loved historic limestone Lincoln Carnegie Library has been recently renovated and expanded to provide additional services to city residents.
Mission: The Lincoln Carnegie Library provides access to the world of social and cultural ideas by offering a wide variety of materials and programs. The library is dedicated to providing practical access to all forms of media as well as to supporting a lifelong enjoyment of reading and learning.
Fundraiser/Volunteer Efforts: Libraries are constantly evolving to meet the changing needs of the communities they serve. Visit Lincoln Carnegie Library in person or on-line at lincolncl.blogspot.com to see what the library has to offer. The Lincoln Carnegie Library hosts a summer program for kids, teens and adults featuring events, games, crafts and prizes. Thursday morning story times not only promote literacy skills, but are a great social activity for families and caregivers. Educational programs have included an eclipse watch, computer and tech day, as well as construction and knitting classes. Volunteer opportunities include sponsoring a class or a program, helping with children’s events, and processing media.
Contact Info: Amanda Johnson, director, or Mary Andersen, children’s librarian, Lincoln Carnegie Library, 203 South 3rd, Lincoln, KS 67455, 785-524-4034. Email: [email protected].
How to Donate: Tax-deductible donations can be made to the Lincoln Carnegie Library at 203 South 3rd or to the Friends of the Lincoln Carnegie Library at the same address.