In the mid 1970's the Lincoln Library was incorporated into the newly created Lewis & Clark Library system. In 1989, the branch was remodeled and expanded to accommodate growth in Lincoln and in 2010, a 1.008 square foot community room was added to the branch to better serve the needs of the community. The branch currently has over 4000 books, DVD's, audiobooks, and magazines and offers free wireless Internet, public computers, and programming.
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The new Lincoln Open Book Club will meet monthly on the first Thursday ofÂ the month, from 7-9 p.m. All are welcome. For the first meeting in October, bring one or more titles to suggest to the group. We'll decide on the first few titles at this...