911 1st Street, Colona, IL 61241
Phone Renewal: 888-542-7259
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 10a.m.-8p.m.
Forces are gathering and all loyal Jedi must show their support for
this nation-wide event
on Saturday, October 11th from 1-3 p.m.
Come dressed as your favorite character to participate in a costume
contest with prizes that are out of this galaxy. Let the force guide
you as you complete a series of tests to prove your skill.
Filled with fun and activities, this event will delight Star Wars
enthusiasts of all ages!
Green Rock Free Will Baptist Church (next door) will be hosting a Star Wars Reads Day event in conjunction with ours, also from 1-3pm. Stop by for more Star Wars-themed fun, with treats, crafts and activities!
The Colona Public Library has received a grant to offer free computer training. The six-week courses will be offered in a variety of subjects from basic computer skills to the accounting package QuickBooks to various Microsoft Office applications such as Word and Excel. The schedule for the coursework is flexible enough to accommodate an individual's home and work obligations. The same classes would normally cost $99 without the grant.
For more information, email email@example.com, or call 309-792-0548 and ask for information about the technology training grant. This program is being funded by a grant from the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.
Check out our Miscellaneous Links page for some great sites to find reviews of movies, TV shows, games, and more!!
The Colona Library is pleased to host the
Betty Boop Needle Group!
Join them Wednesdays at 1 p.m.!
Any and all stitching crafts can be covered. Jolly Jackson will lead the group, and she has experience in crochet, knitting, cross stitch, and plastic canvas. Beginners are welcome. You are encouraged to bring a project with you, or find a new one at the class. Join us to share patterns, ideas, talents, friendship, even recipes! You can call Jolly at (309) 278-4778 with questions or suggestions.
Recycle @ the Library
The Colona Public Library is collecting aluminum cans (empty and rinsed please!)
The aluminum is sold by the pound and the profits go towards 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 now!
We have free internet usage on library computers and wi-fi access. If you're 18 or over, you can borrow movies on VHS and 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.
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!