Articles from April 2013



Printing Policy Change Coming

Beginning MONDAY MAY 13TH the library will no longer offer free computer printing.  This is due to the increasing cost of toner and paper.
Color prints will remain 0.25 per page.
Black and white will remain 0.10 per page with NO FREE PAGES!!
 
 

Pinwheels?!?!

Have you noticed the blue pinwheels whirring away as you drive by or stop in at the library?
April is National Child Abuse Prevention month and in recognition of this important event the library has displayed blue pinwheels in and outside the library.  You can check out the link below to find out more information. 
http://www.nationalchildrensalliance.org/child_abuse_prevention_month
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Last Story Times

“So, farewell then British Summer Time” by flickr user Mukumbura under a Creative Commons License.
Our last story times for this spring will be:

Wednesday April 17th 9:30-10am (3-5 year olds)
Thursday April 18th 9:30-9:50am (birth-2 year olds)
 
Summer reading sign up (all ages) begins Tuesday May 28th!!!!!

Communities Matter @ Your Library: Celebrate National Library Week April 14-20

It is National Library Week (April 14-20)!!  It’s a time when we recognize and celebrate all the wonderful offerings that local libraries offer to their communities.  Just a few of those for the Eudora Public Library are public internet/computer access, books, e-books (including Kindle), movies, copying/faxing, story times, and summer reading events!  We are connected [...]

APRIL IS SCHOOL LIBRARY MONTH!!

Many of our nation’s school libraries are hurting!  Please donate your time, money, and/or gently used (or new!!!) children’s/teen books to our local school libraries!!!
Check out http://atyourlibrary.org/slm for 30 reasons why we should celebrate school libraries!
“Whooo’s Reading a Good Book?” by flickr user Enokson under a Creative Commons License.