Friends of the Library
Winter Arts & Crafts Fair
Thu., Dec. 3, 3-6 p.m., Cookies and hot cider
Fri., Dec. 4, 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Sat., Dec. 5, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
It only takes a few minutes to FILL IN OUR SURVEY to help us make the library better for YOU. It’s fast, easy, and you get a piece of CHOCOLATE if you come by and tell us you took the survey online. Not a fan of chocolate? No problem! We also have suckers, and you can check out books, movies and magazines for free. Aren’t libraries cool? Click here to get started…
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Have you upgraded your library card yet?
We switched to a new system with access to many more books and movies (and now ebooks!) in Feb. 2014. Please stop by the library to upgrade your card if you haven’t yet so you can access your account from home.
Take a look at our first traveling gnome VIDEO. (Thank you, Jim Gearhart, for taking Dewey to Africa!)
Handy Dandy Online Tools from Your Library:
|Practice for ACTs/SATs or your GED. Middle School and High School skills improvement lessons and practice tests in Math, Social Studies, English, Science and more. Job search and workplace skills. Military and Officer Candidate test prep. THANK YOU Ex in Ed for partnering with the library to provide this valuable service to the community!|
|An online encyclopedia with a wealth of information and photos and a wide variety of topics.|
|With databases full of articles on every topic under the sun – from health to history to auto repair – this tool is your go-to for every day and educational research.|
|NEW! Learn a language for free. Learning with Duolingo is fun and addictive. Earn points for correct answers, race against the clock, and level up. Use it from home, in the library or on the go with the Apple (Ios), Android or Windows Phone apps.|
|Do some of your local history research online using our online search tool. Contact the library at 783-9138 if you have questions or would like to know more about what you find.|
|Search or browse local newspapers such as the Wet Mountain Tribune, the Rosita Index and the Silver Cliff Rustler from 1859 to 1923.|