We are building more than just a library and we need your help.
The Library Innovation Center, also known as LINC, is located in Downtown Greeley. LINC will be your Northern Colorado destination to grab a library book, create a lion with a 3D printer, and build a life-long skill. LINC is a community catalyst for workforce development, STEM education, and future innovation.
Going beyond the traditional library makerspace, LINC will offer both permanent and traveling immersive STEM exhibits and programs. The High Plains Library District is collaborating with experts in STEM learning, industry leaders, educational institutions, and top employers to develop engaging exhibits that teach current workforce skills. Our goal is to provide all members of our community with the free library resources and workforce programming they need and deserve to better their lives.
The HPLD Friends & Foundation are working to raise $1 million in funds to support the construction of LINC.
Will you help us create a future for our library lovers?
Creating a Future of Library Lovers
Library Innovation Center
The LINC Capital Campaign is an Enterprise Zone Contribution Project. The Colorado EZ legislation permits a 25 percent (25%) state income tax credit for Colorado taxpayers who make cash contributions of above $100.00, and a 12.5 percent tax (12.5%) state income tax credit for in-kind contributions.
Thank You to LINC's Major Donors
LINC is a multifunctional place for new ideas from coding, hacking and audio engineering to robotics, aviation and entrepreneurship. Our Innovation Center will partner with regional companies and small businesses in giving kids the tools they need to participate in today’s workforce.
The Foundation is raising one million dollars in 2022 to put towards the construction costs of this community destination.