Adult and Public Services
Monday, August 20, 7:00 p.m.
Learn why it’s important to save seeds, what to save, and how to gather and store them. Master Gardener Karl Stach will present this free program. Registration is required. Please call (309) 697-3822 ext. 13, to register. Add to my
Concert in the Park
Saturday, August 25: Sgt. Eggman’s Lonely Nowhere Man Band — Beatles Tribute Band
6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at Alpha Park Pavilions
The Library and the Village of Bartonville have once again teamed up to provide concerts in Alpha Park this summer. Food from Haddad’s Food Truck and the LGSA concession stand will be available starting at 5:30pm. Add to my
The library is excited to announce the start of our very own seed library. In our seed library we have flowers, vegetables, fruits and more. Patrons can stop by and take 5 packs of seeds a week. We have organic and non-organic seeds available for use. We will also be collecting seeds. If you have any from previous harvests, bring them in so that the seed library is always stocked.
2018 Reading Challenge
February 15 to December 31, 2018
In 2018, let’s get out of our comfort zone with the 2018 reading challenge. Stop by the Information Desk to pick up your challenge form. Return your completed form to the Reference Desk by 12/31/2018 to win a prize. All participants who complete the challenge will also be entered for the Grand Prize drawing of a $50 Kroger gift card.
APL Yarners and Needlers
Every Tuesday at 6:30 pm
Come and smile awhile! The Yarners and Needlers meet every Tuesday to work on projects of all kinds including knitting, crocheting, embroidery, tatting, quilting , mending and much more. This program is free and open to the public. Want more information? Give Marla a call at 309-697-3822 x.24
Peoria Riverfront Museum Passes for Checkout
The library is excited to announce our new partnership with the Peoria Riverfront Museum. As a part of this partnership we are now able to check out a free day pass that grants two adults and their children admission into the museum for one visit. The passes are good for two days once you have checked them out. This is a first come, first served item and no holds on passes are allowed. Questions? Call the Circulation Desk at 697-3822, ext. 10.
World Book Online
Your Alpha Park Library now offers World Book Online, a free online resource that offers children and adults a variety of materials including a comprehensive dictionary, atlas, homework aides, and curriculum guides. The best feature: World Book Online has learning portals for a variety of age groups, ensuring the content is appropriate for all learners. You can access World Book anywhere through alphapark.org.
Book a Librarian
Call the Information Desk at 697-3822, ext. 13, to set up a time to get help with your device or learn how to download free eBooks or audiobooks from the library. It’s free and we’re way more patient than your kids!
eBOOKS from eRead Illinois
The library is expanding our e-book collection. We now offer two possibilities for checking out e-books: Axis 360 and ADML/Overdrive. Two different eBook sources means more eBook titles for you! .
Print at home…pick up at the Library!
Send print jobs directly to the APL printer from your home computer, or any mobile device such as a tablet, laptop, or smartphone!
Click the “Wireless Printing Portal” button on our home page www.alphapark.org and email or upload your documents from home or a mobile device to:
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. Then stop by the library to pay and release the prints! This is great for when you run out of ink, want to save on your print costs, or are out running errands and need to print something. Contact the Information Desk for more details. ( Printing Instructions)