Operating on nearly half the budget of larger cities such as Peoria and Springfield, your Quincy Public Library experiences nearly twice as much program attendance, almost double the circulation per person and nearly the same total circulation overall of those larger cities.
Subscription Databases let you find accurate information online.
Join the Teen Advisory Board, check out the teen book discussion group, drop in to a special event, and sign-up for the Teen Scene newsletter.
With useful to-do lists, milestone management, time tracking, and a myriad of addons, these web services are invaluable for any beginning or seasoned entrepreneur.
Others have general information, including newspaper and magazine articles going back about thirty years. Please note: We purchase these valuable resources just for our patrons. From story times, puppet shows, special events, kid-friendly computers to online resources like interactive stories or downloadable books, you'll find what you want in QPL's Kids Corner.
We hope to delay institutionalization in a nursing home or assisted living facility by providing a cost-effective alternative.
We strive to promote social, physical, and emotional well-being for our participants while providing you with the peace of mind that your loved one is safe.
The Quincy Country Club tennis program is designed for players of all ages and ability levels.
For juniors, we feature a complete instructional program for youngsters ages 3 to 18, to both introduce the game to preschool players as well as to develop the games of high school players.