Bookmobile

This is the 1960 Scott County Library System bookmobile.

In June 1947, Edna Spies founded the Scott County Bookmobile to bring library service to rural children, and in 1950, the Scott County bookmobile organization became the Scott County Library System.

The bookmobile remains an important element of our outreach services and partners with elementary schools and brings library service to the residents of Scott County. 

Features

This is red autumn leaves up close.

Fall programming is virtual at the Scott County Library System this year. Our staff has been brainstorming creative ways to connect - we'd love for you to join us!
We have programs planned for many ages. Some programs require advance registration. Check the calendar on our website for more details. 

WEEKLY PROGRAMS

  • Library Test Kitchen (Sundays): Watch as a librarian walks through a new recipe each week from one of our recipe
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The Eldridge branch of the Scott County Library System  is an early voting satellite location for the 2020 November election. Early voting begins October 12th, all Scott County Ballots are available. 

Satellite voting days and times for 200 N. 6th Ave. Eldridge, Iowa:

Monday, October 12th through Saturday, October 31st
Monday through Thursday, 10:00am to 7:00pm
Friday and Saturday, 10:00am to 4:00pm
NO SUNDAYS

For Absentee ballots, request your ballot as soon as possible and no later than October 24.

Other important election links:

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This is the Scott County Library System bookmobile.

The Scott County Library System has a bookmobile traveling around to bring you library services.  You can come aboard and check us out wherever you see it! We visit schools, neighborhoods and conduct programming at senior centers in our service area.

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Looking for more information on youth events? Sign up for the youth services newsletter. 

If you want to keep up to date on upcoming bestsellers, sign up for the Bestsellers Club newsletter.

This is an image of a woman shopping for vegetables wearing a medical face mask.

Information about the COVID-19 crisis changes rapidly and it can be confusing. The library is here to help!
Smithsonian Magazine put out this great article on how to identify trustworthy information -- and how to avoid sharing misinformation.  [ Click Title for Full Article ]