Every Thursday | 10:30am | Storytime Live!
Join us on Facebook Live every Thursday morning for Storytime! 

October 2nd | 12pm-3pm | Blood Drive 
Covid-19 has caused unprecedented challenges for the U.S. blood supply. However, for patients who require blood products for their treatment, the need for donors remains the same. Will you help with a blood donation?

October 6th & October 20th | 6pm-7:30pm | The Stitch-uation
Need some time to craft and chat with friends while social distancing? Bring your craft of choice and join us for a virtual meeting of the Stitch-uation! We meet on the 1st & 3rd Tuesdays of the month at 6pm.

October 8th | 2pm-3pm | Career Center
Come get help with a resume, or reviewing some great websites and ways to find a job with a member of the Lincoln Library staff!

October 8th | 7pm-8pm | Bring Your Own Book Club
Join us every other Thursday for BYOBook Club! Bring a book that you're reading or are dying to discuss and get recommendations from other readers and librarians. 

October 13th | 2pm-3pm | Microsoft Word Basics
Learn how to create and edit documents using Microsoft Word. We cover the basics of using Word 2010, from how to open and save a document, to how to use different text and graphics features.

October 14th | 1pm-2pm | What is NaNoWriMo?
Also on October 17th | 11a-12p
If you're an aspiring author looking to write the next Great American Novel, or if you're just bored sitting at home and looking for something to keep you busy this November, come learn more about "National Novel Writing Month," or its preferred moniker, "NaNoWriMo."
It's a 30-day 50,000-word whirlwind of creativity, and we'll tell you all about how it works, how to register, tips to start planning, and how to stay motivated when the Week Two lull starts to sink in.

October 16th | 6pm-7pm | Amateur Writer’s Guild
Come together with like-minded patrons and staff for feedback on anything you have written, or answers to questions you might have!

October 21st | 2pm-3pm | How to Spot Fake News
Feeling overwhelmed by the minefield of information that is your Facebook newsfeed? We can help! Join us to learn about the different types of fake news, how to tell the difference between what's true and what's fake, and tips for evaluating sources.

October 22nd | 6pm-7pm | Consumer Fraud Protection
Marsha Griffin, Community Outreach Liaison with the state of Illinois Attorney General, will be sharing her knowledge on consumer fraud in a zoom presentation. This discussion will help you identify scams as they pop up and touch on identity theft. 

October 26th 6:30pm-8pm Haunted Springfield
Travel back in time with Troy from American Hauntings Ink. as he takes us on a guided tour to discover the history of death, politics, and other dark deeds of the city. Uncover ghostly tales, eerie folklore, and the documented hauntings of some of the most notorious homes and landmarks of Springfield! 

October 28th | 6pm-7pm | Contemporary Fiction Book Club
Join Ann as she leads discussion on Charming Billy by Alice McDermott.