The Friends of the Library’s popular book sale will be held April 12, 13, and 14, 2018. Hours for the sale are Thursday 12:30 to 6:30 pm, Friday 10 am to 4:30 pm, and Saturday 10 am to 4:30 pm. Come early for the best selection, then come back on Saturday for half-price books! The…Details
You can help determine Quincy Public Library’s long-range goals during one of two public discussions and through a public survey. Strategic planning sessions are scheduled for 5:30 pm, Tuesday, March 6, and 2 pm, Sunday, March 11, at Quincy Public Library. Members of the public are invited to attend either session to describe their ideal…Details
Quincy Public Library will be closed December 24 and 25 for the Christmas holiday and again on December 31 and January 1 for the New Year’s holiday. You can get eBooks, movies, music, and magazines anytime with our digital downloads. Get started here. Have your valid QPL library card number ready for access.
QPL is adding two new digital resources for patrons to enjoy: Global Road Warrior and LingoLITE. Be an informed global citizen with Global Road Warrior’s information on 175 countries. Research culture, history, language, education, and travel requirements. LingoLITE helps you learn basic vocabulary in 30 languages, using images, text, and native speaker video to help…Details
Upgrades are being made to QPL’s catalog. PIN numbers will now be needed, along with your library card barcode number, to access the library catalog, ADML, or eRead Illinois. Don’t remember your pin? Just click on the “Forgot My Pin” link to reset it. Be sure to check your email spam folder for the return email…Details
Quincy Public Library encourages parents to enjoy reading with their children on Family Reading Night, Thursday, November 16, 2017. QPL has a wealth of books to engage readers through a wide selection of material to meet any interest. In addition to print material, digital resources, including interactive storybooks, eBooks, audiobooks, graphic novels, and magazines for…Details
Quincy Public Library has just added three different coding toys to give children a head start with digital literacy. The toys are appropriate for different but overlapping age ranges. They may be checked out from the librarian in QPL’s Children’s Department, for use within the library building. Code-a-pillar inspires children 3 years and older to…Details