A program for adults, teens and older school age children.
Former Central Kansas Library Consultant, Chris Rippel will present an educational program on the search for planets outside of our universe (exoplanets). He will demonstrate how to use the web-site Zooniverse to use real data from the TESS space telescope to find more planets.
Finding planets around other stars is the first step in finding planets with life.
After the presentation, you will be able to use any internet-linked computer to look for more planets yourself.
The May meeting of the Library Board of Directors has been rescheduled to Wednesday, May 15th at 5:15 p.m. in the downstairs meeting room of the Lincoln Carnegie Library, 203 S. 3rd Street, Lincoln, Kansas. All meetings are open to the public.
The Central Kansas Library System (CKLS) has purchased digital materials through Hoopla. Lincoln Carnegie Library card holders can now check out free movies, books, audio books and music.
CKLS has limited the number of digital check-outs each library in the system receives. Depending on availability, Lincoln patrons can check out up to four digital items per month. Click the Hoopla link (under digital resources) to get signed up or go to hoopladigital.com.
You will need your library card and you need to know your password for the Pathfinder system. If you do not know your password, please call the library.
We are available to help if you need assistance. Just call 785-524-4034 with any question or problems.
1000 Books Before Kindergarten is a national program to encourage parents to read at least one book daily to their children from birth through age 5. More information about the program can be found at
At Lincoln Carnegie Library we understand the importance of Early Literacy. Parents and caregivers can sign-up for the 1000 Books Before Kindergarten program any day at the Library.
We celebrate every 100 book milestone by posting pictures on facebook (with permission) and giving children a sticker. There is also a party once a year to celebrate those that have reached 1000 books.
The Library has loads of board books and picture books that are ready to be checked out and enjoyed!
Literacy truly does begin on a lap!
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Thanks Nora Rhoades and Krista Biggs for bringing this fun program to the Library. The second Brainy Babies program (for children birth through age 4) will be Thursday, February 7th at 5:30. You did not have to attend the 1st to attend the 2nd. Everyone is Welcome - The program is Free.
Nora Rhoades from Post Rock Extension District reads the story