For those of you feeling space action-adventure/super hero-y.
Don’t panic. We can help.
We know what it’s like. You finally finish that 18 book mystery series, or binge watching your most-recent favorite TV show, or listening to the entire library of your favorite musical artist’s recorded work (even the later, experimental stuff with the weird theremin sounds constantly in the background), and then it’s like… Now what?
Well, now us.
Introducing Library Concierge! Follow the link and your very own librarian will work tirelessly to find you books, movies, TV series and/or music that you will love… or like… or, at least, not hate. After you fill out a form. We know – there is always a catch. But it is totally worth it!
So long as that “stuff” is old documents that you no longer need or want and you don’t have more than two boxes of it.
Know someone that is interested in taking the U.S. Citizenship Exam?
Classes start Wednesday, February 1. Call us at 309-524-2470 or stop by the library’s second floor reference desk with questions or to register for the class.
“Nobody will ever deprive the American people of the right to vote except the American people themselves and the only way they could do this is by not voting.” Franklin D. Roosevelt
Early voting started at the Moline Public Library today, October 24, and goes through November 3. Voting takes place from 11am to 7pm, Monday through Friday, in the meeting rooms right across from the main entrance. Feel like you need to prepare yourself ahead of time? No problem. Click here to go to site for the Election Division of the Rock Island County Clerk’s Office where you can find a list of candidates and a sample of the ballot you will be filling out.
Once you’re ready, come to the library and vote to fulfill your obligation as a free citizen of the United States of America and to have your voice heard. And do it early to avoid long lines on November 8. Even when fulfilling one’s civic duty, long lines are just the worst.
This is a pilot program. For more information on the program or volunteering please call us at (309) 524-2470 or stop by the second floor reference desk at the library.
*Now that is (traditional Scottish) music, boy!