Library Services

The Moweaqua Public Library provides a collection of current topics and titles in several formats for all ages: offers extensive information regarding local history and genealogy; and educates the public in using technology resources to better serve the changing needs of the community. Come in and visit us!

What We Offer
  • Books: Fiction and Nonfiction - Adult, Youth, Children

  • Large print books

  • Reference section

  • Books for sale & exchange

  • Magazine exchange

  • Audio Books: Adult & Youth

  • DVD's & CD's

  • Periodicals

  • Copier / Fax machine

  • Small laminator

  • Die cut machine (to see a list of our available Die-cuts, click here)

  • Income tax forms

  • Preschool story time

  • Summer Read program

  • Meeting room use & rental

  • Public computers with wireless internet access

  • IL Heartland Library System helps us provide interlibrary loan, reciprocal borrowing, & home access to the library.

Donations

The library accepts book donations. Once they become the property of the library they are ours to do with as we judge proper. Some we will use and some will end up in the semi-annual community sale of the Friends of the Library group.

Youth & Teen 

The library has available the Reading Counts list from the local school system. Books have a sticker put on the spine of the book to help the youth find a book that is on the list. We make sure that we have a copy of all the Monarch, Bluestem, Rebecca Caudill & Abraham Lincoln Award Books listed each year.

Community Outreach Activities

We are happy to deliver materials to the Moweaqua Nursing & Retirement Center & to patrons living in the facility. We also offer homebound delivery to patrons needing this service as well.

Many activities and social gatherings take place in our Meeting Room several days during the week. Stop in for more information!

Community Spaces

We offer a bulletin board for public notices, items for sale, upcoming activities, school & sports sign-up sheets, and a place to display other items that are brought to us. Local businesses are welcome to display their information as well.