Check out some of our newest books
9/20/2014 - 1:00 PM
What a Disaster!
9/20/2014 - 2:00 PM
Sit & Knit
9/23/2014 - 10:30 AM
9/24/2014 - 1:00 PM
9/26/2014 - 10:30 AM
See complete list of events here...
Secretary of State OnLine
What a Disaster!
Saturday, September 20 at 1:00pm
Youíre stranded on Mars and must use robot arms to survive!
Youíre in the path of a bubbling hot volcano!
Youíve taken a lovely cruise on the Titanic and hit an iceberg!
You wonít be in real danger, but you will have fun!
This kidís program is based on the I Survived books by Lauren Tarshis and Disaster Strikes by Marlane Kennedy.
September 23 - November 4
By popular request, Quickbooks computer classes return this fall. These classes are organized by the Imlay Area Chamber of Commerce and taught by CPA Wes Messing.
Please note: space is limited, and registration and pre-payment is required through the Chamber office at 810-724-1361.
Introductory Quickbooks is a four week class, and will be held on September 23 & 30 and October 7 & 14, from 6:00 - 7:30 pm. The cost is $40, or $80 with textbook and 140 day software trial.
Payroll Quickbooks is a three week class, and will be held on October 21 & 28 and November 4, from 6:00 - 7:30 pm. Cost is $30 or $80 with textbook and 140 day software trial.
A discounted rate is available for those wishing to take both classes: $65 for the two classes, or $105 for both with textbook and 140 day software trial.
Computer Lab Will Be Closed
Tuesday Evenings for Computer Classes
5:30 - 8:00 p.m. from September 23 thru November 4.
Ruth Hughes Newsletter
Cooler air is coming and so are more events at the library.
Click here to look at the Fall newsletter for September, October and November.
Laptops At Your Library: A New Service
Do you need more privacy for your computer tasks than is available in our multi-station lab? Have to go online while talking to your bank or health insurance company to resolve billing issues? Need to have a private discussion with a lawyer, employment agency, benefits provider, or the social security office while looking at your online records?
If so, then our new laptops are just for you! We now have two laptops that may be used throughout the building. Take them into a quiet study room for the most privacy, or to a comfy chair by the fireplace.
The laptops can't be taken from the building and are restricted to library card holders in good standing, ages 18 and over. There is no fee to use the laptops, but users must leave a current driverís license or state/federal ID card at the front desk while they have the laptop out. The full laptop use policy and circulation procedure is available at the libraryís front desk.
Check it out !!!
MeL Michigana is a carefully selected set of resources that are all-Michigan, all-local, all-the-time. In the center of the page are, among other things, local history collections that are the result of an LSTA-funded digitization project. They span the U.P. digitization project, Detroit, Michigan Civil War soldiers, the War of 1812, and the Kalamazoo College Cache among many others. So check it out at http://mel.org/michigana