Talking Book and Braille Library
Libraries are more than books
- Public Libraries Make a Difference! -
Public libraries provide essential resources to millions of people every day. They provide more than access to information and technology—libraries change lives!
According to a new video produced by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, libraries also change the way we connect. Click the link below to see the video!http://youtu.be/4pzJEbL2tak
STORY TIME takes place Wednesday mornings from 10:30 to 11:00. Our Summer Reading Program begins the second week in June and continues to the first week of August.
The KNIT WITS craft group meets Thursdays from 10:00 until noon.
Ask us about our BOOK CLUBS.
LIBRARY CLOSED DATES
The library will be closed on:
- New Year's Day
- Good Friday
- Memorial Day
- Fourth of July
- Labor Day
- Thanksgiving Day
- Christmas Eve Day
- Christmas Day
LearningExpress Library is a Learning Center for people of all ages and education levels interested in learning extra skills for school or work. People in the NWLS service area can create an account from a library or from home using a library card. Here is the link to Learning Express Library: http://www.learnatest.com/LEL/index.cfm A Quick Start Guide is available to help you get started: http://nwls.wislib.org/forpatrons/learningguide.htm
Job & Career Accelerator
Use Job & Career Accelerator you to explore careers, find jobs, and get help with resumes, cover letters, interviews and keep track of your job search progress. To access Job & Career Accelerator, set up an account by going to"New User Registration" at or by going to "New Users" on the LearningExpress Library home page. A Quick-Start-Guide is available to help you get started.
Visit Employment Resources for developing job skills, seeking employment options, and exploring support tools and services.
Friends of the Library News
SECOND SATURDAY USED BOOK SALE from 10 am to 3 pm on Saturday, September 9th. Click HERE for flier.
MARY DESJARLAIS Join us for an evening with Minnesota author of "Dorie LaValle: A Minnesota Story of Moonshine and Murder" on Thursday, August 17 at 7 p.m. Click HERE for the full flier.
CHILI FEED – SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21st, COMMUNITY CENTER, WEBSTER
We’re really jazzed about this year’s Fundraiser Chili Feed! Saturday, October 21st, featuring Lucie B. Amundsen, author of a great book called Locally Laid: How We Built a Plucky, Industry-changing Egg Farm – From Scratch. The library has two copies of her book (Click HERE to go to our library catalog).
Join us in October to have some great chili and then listen to Lucie as we discover what starting a poultry business, keeping a family together, buying and selling locally, and having a good laugh (and cry) along the way have in common.
To get you thinking about October we thought it would be fun to explore some of the key themes Lucie will be talking about in October.
Let’s start with…. EGGS:
Did you know that: “pasteurized hens foraging on fresh grasses produce healthier, delicious eggs with less fat and cholesterol”? Locally Laid, Lucie Amundsen, p.4.
If you want to read more about EGGS. You might give these a try. They’re all available with your library card:
Locally Laid: How We Built a Plucky, Industry-changing Egg Farm – From Scratch. Lucie Amundsen.
- The egg and I. Betty MacDonald.
- The perfect egg: a fresh take on recipes for morning, noon, and night. Teri Lyn Fisher & Jenny Park.
- AND ONE FOR THE KIDS:
o Egg. Kevin Henkes. Three little birds crack their way out of eggs and fly away, leaving one egg sitting all alone until the three chicks come back and discover a friendly baby alligator has finally hatched.
Click HERE to learn more about this year’s Friends Larson Public Library Chili Feed Author event. Tickets are available for $8.00 in advance (at the library, Gandy Dancer Books, and the Coffee Roasters) or $10.00 at the door.
The Friends of the Larsen Family Public Library, at their May meeting, donated $1500 to the library to augment the books and materials in the children’s area. The Friends were able to raise these funds through proceeds from our monthly used book sales (held the second Saturday of each month), and from last year’s chili feed. We wish to thank all who helped make these donations possible.
A photocopy machine is available to patrons who wish to copy materials. Copy machine users are advised that there are restrictions on copyrighted materials. Any violation of copyright is the responsibility of the copy machine user.
The charge a single copy is $.25 per page for black and white, and $.50 for color. The charge for printing documents from the Internet is $.25 per page.
There is no charge for scanning services.
The charge for faxing is $1.00 for the first page and $.25 for any following pages.
The library provides workstations and WIFI for free public access to the Internet as an informational, educational and recreational resource. By choosing to use this free wireless service, you agree to abide by the library’s computer policy (see Internet Access Policy).
A library card is required for the use of the computers. Library cards are not transferable between patrons; the patron using the computer must use his/her own card and not anyone else’s. Guest cards are available to patrons who do not have a registered library card.
The charge for printing documents from the Internet is $.25 per page. Copyright. U.S. Copyright law (Title 17 US Code) prohibits the unauthorized reproduction or distribution of copyrighted material, except as permitted by the principles of fair use. Users may not copy or distribute electronic materials, including electronic mail, text, images, programs, or data without explicit permission of the copyright holder. Any responsibility for the consequences of copyright infringement lies with the user. The library expressly disclaims any liability or responsibility resulting from such use or arising from access or use of information obtained through electronic information systems or any consequences thereof.