Although the library doors are currently closed (including the community room), we are offering a variety of digital and reference services.
Beginning Monday, May 11, materials will be available for no-contact curbside holds pickup from 2-4 p.m., Mondays-Fridays. You can reserve items online or call us to request materials. You can also schedule an appointment to pick up materials outside of these hours.
We’re offering slideshow story times. These story times let you engage with a variety of digital picture books, songs, crafts, and activities from the comfort of your own home. Find them under the "Story Time!" heading on the righthand side of the screen.
You can also borrow our new Library Packs. Each pack is themed and highlights materials available at the Lincoln Library for curbside pickup. Call or use our online form to request one (or more) of the following packs:
Dinner and a Movie Pack: Comes with a cookbook, three movies, and microwave popcorn.
Storytime Pack: Comes with five toddler-appropriate story and board books as well as a guide for interactive songs and activities. Available for toddlers or PreK/Kindergarten ages.
Adventure Pack: Comes with books to help you explore the great Montana outdoors. Available with or without books for kids.
Genre Pack: Comes with five books in a particular genre, such as mystery, fantasy, or romance. Available for school age, teen, and adult.
We also always offer reader’s advisory. Are you looking for a new book or series? Let us know, and we’ll help you find some books you might like.
Don’t forget you can access all of our digital materials, including books, magazines, movie, music, and more by clicking the Digital Media tab near the top of our website. If you don’t already have a library card, you can sign up for one here.
About the Lincoln Branch
In the mid-1970s, 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 3,500 books, DVD's, audiobooks, and magazines and offers free wireless internet, public computers, and programming.