Sunday, April 13, 2014

National Library Week


April 13 - 19 is National Library Week.  This year's theme is Lives Change @ Your Library.

We invite you to discover everything the library has to offer you and enter to win prizes for using our library's resources.  

You may enter our prize drawing when you: 

·          Check out a book, magazine, movie, CD, or audiobook from the library.  See what is available in our catalog here (from most computers) or here (from mobile devices). 

·          Borrow an ebook or e-audiobook.  Click here to get started.

·          Attend a program (any time this month).  See our teen events here and the calendar of all events here.

·          Like or comment on our Facebook page.

·          Sign up for our e-newsletter here.

·          Purchase an item from the Friends of the Library book sale.

·          Explore a website or database from the “resources” link on our website. There are resources for children, teens, and adults.

·          Tell us how the library has changed your life. Forms are at the circulation desk or post a comment on this page.  We'll display these in the library.

 You may enter our prize drawing for each resource you use.  Entry forms are available in the library or here.

We hope to see you in the library this week and every week!


Monday, April 7, 2014

Spring Programs

Teen Game Day

Wednesday, April 9
3:30 - 5:00 P.M.
 Play Wii games, board games, and cup stacking at the library.
Drop in to play; registration is not required.





 Books and Bites
 Wednesday, April 16 at 4:00 P.M.
6th – 8th graders


Make and eat edible spring treats 
while you discuss the books you’re reading, 
hear suggestions for great books to read, 
and choose a book for the next “Books and Bites.”

 Registration is requested.
Click here, call 734-439-1240,
or stop by the library to register.