It’s Finally Here…

The Library will be

CLOSED

on Tuesday, March 18th

as we make the switch over to our new catalog.  

The new catalog offers improved functionality, including the ability to tag library materials and receive text message notifications, along with a Google-like search interface. Access to e-books will be seamless, along with an improved interface on tablets and mobile devices.

If you have any questions about how to use the new catalog, don’t be afraid to ask at the library!  We will be glad to assist you.

Thank you for your patience!

Change is Coming!

The library catalog is moving!!

All the libraries in the Winding Rivers Library System are switching to a new catalog.

We will try to make the transition as smooth as possible for all of our patrons.

Here are some important dates:

March 13-18:  No HOLDS may be placed in the catalog.

March 15:  Last day to print your reading history and lists.

March 17 & 18:  The library catalog will be unavailable.

March 17 & 18:  Downloading books from OverDrive will not be available.  (Materials already checked out are OK)

Tuesday, March 18th, the Taylor Library will be CLOSED as we make the transition. 

Remember: You will need to print out your current reading history and lists (if you want to save them) as this information will NOT make the transfer to the new system.

Thank you for your patience!

 

Happy Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving!!

The library will be closed on Thursday, November 28th and Friday, November 29th.  

We will be ready to serve you with a smile again on Tuesday, December 3rd.  Have a safe and happy holiday!!

Thanksgiving

 

 

Halloween Freaky Fright Day

Everyone is welcome to join us for a

Freaky Fright Day

at the library

on Wednesday, October 16th,

immediately after school.

There will be pumpkin painting for the younger grades, while older grades will enjoy a scary movie in the library.

Bring your friends and enjoy an afternoon of Halloween fun!!Halloween

Local Author holds Book Signing event

We are proud to support our local authors!

Please join us at the library on

Friday, August 2nd from 3-5pm

for a special event by local author Lee Henschel.

Lee is the editor of the Blair Press and has written a Science Fiction book titled,

“Knight Sky, The battle for Z7 ultimately becomes a battle for Earth.”

Lee will be signing copies of his book, which will be available for purchase.

Spread the word -especially to any science fiction lovers out there!

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