library column

View from the Carnegie: the longest view

  This is the sixth of a multipart series on the Carnegie Library. Note: Lincoln’s Carnegie Library is currently closed, due to budget cuts in the city of Lincoln&r ...

Help the Friends help children in Lincoln

“If you bungle raising your children, I don’t think whatever else you do well matters very much.” Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. Children are one of the big reasons Friends of ...

Library can always use more friends

We?ve been talking about what exactly the Friends of the Lincoln Public Library at Twelve Bridges (FOLL) do for the library. We learned last time that the Friends support several ...

Public library vital to a community

Thanks to you, the supporters of the Lincoln library, our ?Night for the Library? fundraiser dinner on March 3 was a huge success, raising more than $7200! Thank you for attending ...

M is for mystery

As a failed murder-mystery novelist, I stand in awe of the talents of one of California’s most successful contemporary writers of detective novels: Sue Taylor Grafton. This is Gr ...

Become a Friend in 2012 Membership drive gets into high gear

Become a Friend in 2012. Now is the time to renew your membership or join the Friends of the Lincoln Library (FOLL). Membership runs from Jan. 1 to Dec. 31 and costs $15, $25 for a ...

An update on what the Friends has provided this year

Mark your calendars: Friends of the Lincoln Public Library (FOLL) will hold its second annual fundraising event, Night for the Library, on March 3 at the McBean Park Pavilion. Tick ...