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Read Beyond the Beaten Path: summer activities for children

Paris Public Library will offer a variety of activities at the library for children in June and early July. All programs are free.  See the list below or download and print our flyer. A library card is not required to participate; however, one is needed if children want to check…

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2 virtual Illinois Libraries Present author talks in May

Two virtual Illinois Libraries Present programs will be available through Paris Public Library in May. An Evening with Michelle Zauner Rescheduled to June 30, 7pm. Register The virtual program, An Evening with Michelle Zauner, in partnership with Illinois Libraries Presents, has been moved from May 18th to Thursday, June 30th…

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New microfilm equipment added

Paris Public Library has a new microfilm reader system, purchased with a Road to Recovery grant from the Illinois State Library. Now you can see an entire page of the Beacon News without scrolling up and down. We have 60 years of the Beacon News on microfilm beginning in 1955;…

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Search HeritageQuest at home or in the library

Ancestry and ProQuest ended their free at-home access to Ancestry Library Edition on December 31, 2021. You can use our Ancestry in the library only – either on a public computer or your own device. However, you can continue researching your family history at home with HeritageQuest Online in 2022….

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