WELCOME TO THE FLANAGAN PUBLIC LIBRARY DISTRICT
The Flanagan Public Library District serves the rural Illinois village of Flanagan, and the immediate surrounding area. The mission of the FPLD is to provide patrons with access to quality library materials and services in order to enhance patrons educational, informational, cultural, and recreational needs, all the while encouraging literacy and helping people connect. The FPLD will strive to partner with other public libraries in Illinois, and with civic and social organizations in greater Flanagan, to enhance patron access to quality library materials and services, working to provide library materials and services consistent with our library size, and consistent with public funds allotted and private funds available.
Monday: 1-7 pm
Tuesday: 1-5 pm
Wednesday: 1-5 pm
Thursday: 1-5 pm
Friday: 1-5 pm
Any person that lives in the Flanagan Grade School District may get a library card for free. This allows you access to any books, audiobooks, DVD, and CDs we have in our library.
Anyone over the age of 12 can come use a computer at the FPLD for free. All children under 12 must have adult supervision. Printing and copying is also available for $0.10/page for black and white or $0.25/page for color printing.
If you have a certain topic you are interested in or a book you can't find in our library, you can put in a request and we can order it from another library!
Wifi use is available for anyone visiting the library, as well as scanning services. Faxing costs $1 for the first page and $0.50 for every page after.
ABOUT FLANAGAN PUBLIC LIBRARY DISTRICT
FPLD opened in November 2016. We are continuing to add new and donated books to our library. We offer a variety of resources such as books, computer use, WIFI, audio books, movies and have a variety of programs each month.