Visiting the Beyond
Join us as we explore the beyond with
Paranormal Investigator Curt Strutz on Friday, October 28 at
6:30 p.m.! Curt brings the haunted locations right to you
with original photography, history, and personal experiences.
*Note: Subject matter may not be appropriate for small children!
Assassination of President John F. Kennedy
On Tuesday, November 22 at 6:30 p.m., Jim Gibbons will relook at one of the most tragic times in our nation’s history, presenting “The Kennedy Assassination.” If you were alive at that time you may remember where you were and what you were doing that fateful day in Dallas. If not, you will learn how everything came to a complete halt with just four words “The President is dead!
Family Passes Available Now!
All of the passes are good for free admission of two
adults and four children, and can be checked out for
*ID will need to be provided at time of use.*
Don't forget: you can download and stream free music with Freegal!
Quad Cities Dining Tour Books
The new 2016-2017 books are here! These
fantastic books are great to keep for yourself or make wonderful
gifts! They include over 330 coupons, which are good for over 140
restaurants! You will save money with every coupon! Books are
only $35 and can be purchased at the library. Stop by today to get
Pay Fines Online With Credit Cards!
You can now pay for fines and fees online through Encore. Simply log into your account with your card number and you PIN, and you will see the option to pay using E-Commerce. Any fine listed must be paid in full, and there is a minimum amount of $1.00. There is no charge to use this service. See staff for help with this convenient service.
Read About the Latest Library News with the Newsletter online
We are happy to provide access to our newsletter online here. You
can check it out online just in case you recycled yours or it's not
at hand at the moment. We hope you'll find this handy access to the
lastest news and program information helpful!
Fall 2016 Newsletter
Visit ABC Mouse Early Learning Academy for exciting educational activities. It's a website that helps kids learn to read through phonics, and teaches lessons in math, social studeis, art music and much more! For kids ages 2-7+!
This resource is free to use at the library
Check out our Miscellaneous Links page for some great sites to find reviews of movies, TV shows, games, and more!
Recycle at the Library
Colona Public Library is collecting aluminum cans (empty and rinsed please!) The aluminum is sold by the pound and the profits go towards funding various library programs.
~Please do not drop off bags of mixed recyclables!~
If you are living in the area and don't yet have a library card, please stop in to apply for one today!
Did You Know?
We have free internet usage on library computers and wi-fi access. If you're 18 or over, you can borrow movies and television shows on DVD - we have most new releases, in addition to holiday shows and old favorites! We now have videogames available, too! We have books for any age for recreation and research. We can show you how to get books from any other library in our system to be delivered here for your convenience. You can request books or renew them on-line. You can even download audiobooks and e-books for free from the comfort of your own home! We also have a copier which has great features to print, scan or copy in color.
Thanks to the following patrons who have donated to the library:
Sandy Tallent, Judy Junis,Robert Oehrlein,Pat Perkins, Marian Welty, Marlene Schwartz, Kimberly Hicks,Loren Rathjen, Yuri Parker, Jackie Stickle, Harold Bennitt, Kari Clements, Eleanor Norville, Jane Forest, Betty Fisher, Marco Romero, Nancy Hamerlinck, Roland Behnke, Dennis Kelley, Jeannie Gless, Rosalie Duncan, Ramona Oltmann, Susan Brown, Sharon DeWulf, Lisa Shaw, Arlene Parker, Sandy Schneider, Jim Ausmus, Jolly Jackson.
And thanks to everyone who donates their aluminum cans, too!
Contact the Colona Library Board