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In total, your library taxes would remain less than 03%!


You can see how that compares to other libraries, with varying population sizes.

Residents of the Library District may vote on this issue on April 04, 2023

Register Online Here

Find Your Polling Place Here


Please do not hesitate to contact Director Tori Drews (director@sherrardlibrary.org) for more information!

SaveAround Quad Cities Coupon Book for sale, $25 each!  A portion of the proceeds support Sherrard Library.  Coupon book features restaurants, entertainment, and grocery savings.

Your Library is on the Ballot!

April 04, 2023


To address increasing minimum wages, the library is proposing a tax increase.

The question provides voters an opportunity to approve ("yes") or disapprove ("no") of a

0.04% tax increase.​​

Notice to Visitors: Please stay home for cough, runny nose, or fever within the last 24 hours.  Call to renew items or cancel program participation, or return items in outdoor return.


Instead, Sherrard Library relies on YOUR property taxes!​​

That's less than 1/2 %!

YOUR TAXES HAVE IMPACT!


Your Property Taxes Finance Over 99% of the Costs Associated With:


- Staffing

- Programs

- Books, Movies, Magazines, Newspapers

- Interlibrary Loan Fees

- eBook Fees

- Hours of Operation

- And So Much More!

​​​​From the Director's Desk:


Beginning February, you must present a library card for all circulation services, including checkouts, renewals, and hold requests / pick-ups.  As a reminder, each card features two pieces: a wallet card, and a key tag.  Either of these may be presented for account access, and may also be shared with those in your household.  

If you have misplaced your card, stop by for a free replacement through February!

Join us for two In-Person events this month, including In-Person Adult Craft: Paint a Hibiscus, and In-Person Little Explorer Storytime!  This event combines the best of two popular programs - toddlers through age 5 can join us for stories and adventures, with art and sensory free play!

Registration for February programs opens January 20th, 10 AM

- Tori Drews, Library Director​

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Did You Know?


  Libraries Cannot:

                                                                   

    - Build Profits

    - "Sell" Items for Income

    - Create Large Savings

    - Receive Tax Breaks for Income Tax ​​​

Holiday Hours

Monday, February 20th | CLOSED

For weather related closings, please visit our Facebook page or KWQC