The Library is collecting food for Hope Ministries, our local food bank. If you owe overdue charges here at the library, you may pay your bill with one nonperishable food item per dollar owed. You may also donate food items even if you do not owe overdue charges. It is my understanding that Hope Ministries is in great need of assistance in this manner. Let’s all pitch in and make a difference here at home. We are extending the program through January 30 to collect as much food as possible.
The Library Book Club will be meeting on Thursday, January 20, at 1:30, to discuss Safe Haven by Nicholas Sparks. You are invited to participate.
The Library Friends will be meeting on Thursday, January 20, at 5:00, for their regular monthly meeting.
There will be a workshop titled “How to use a Kindle” on Thursday, January 20, at 3:00 pm. A Kindle is an electronic reading device sold exclusively at Amazon.com. Many local people have purchased the device, and many more are considering doing so. Join us as we look at the Kindle and discuss its benefits and uses.
Preschool Story Time will be learning about numbers at their next meeting on Tuesday, January 25, at 10:00 am.
The library is the only location in town where you may pick up free income tax forms. Due to some changes in tax laws late last fall, the forms will be a little late arriving. We are hoping to have them within the next couple of weeks. You may call us at 968-3239 to check for availability. You also may download tax forms at www.irs.gov. We are also partnering with AARP again this year to provide free assistance in filing your federal income tax forms. Representatives will be at the library all day on Thursdays beginning in February. If you would like an appointment, call the library at 968-3239.