The Decatur Public Library is ready to help teachers, parents, daycare facilities and other childcare providers with all the resources needed to help little ones learn, all in one big bag.
Friends of the Library hosted their Second Saturday Used Book Sale on Saturday in their new temporary quarters on the second floor of the Decatur Public Library.
Chad Murray, a legal expert from the Land of Lincoln Legal Aid, has been meeting people with questions at the Decatur Public Library.
Samhain or the celebration which we know as Halloween, actually began as a harvest festival in ancient Ireland.
Throughout September, the Decatur Public Library will present the Illinois Freedom Project, a display filled with first-hand accounts of African American experiences in Illinois.
Baby TALK Times have returned to the Decatur Public Library, where parents and little ones can spend time singing, playing, listening to a story, and connecting with others.
The event was scheduled for Labor Day weekend at the Decatur Civic Center, but due to continued COVID health concerns, organizers have decided to move the event to a later date.
The return of Krafty Things with Katie—-our monthly craft program at the Decatur Public Library is back. The second program we have upcoming to promote is an evening with Jazz Quartet—-The Daniel Bennett Group from NYC.
“The Mayor of Oak Street,” the latest novel by award winning author and Decatur native Vincent Traughber Meis, has touches of the author’s hometown.
If you’re a parent who lives in Macon County, you’ll be able to start getting free books to read to your kids.