Beginning April 1, 2013, the library will charge $1.00 for every DVD that is returned with scratches. If you have any questions about cleaning your player, contact Eunice or Stacey at the library. Thank you!
The photography exhibit will begin on Monday April 1. You may bring your photos to the library the week before the exhibit begins. We will set up the display on Thursday and Friday, March 28 and 29. Register your photographs using the form located at https://www.stevenscountylibrary.com/news-events/2013-photography-exhibit/.
The numbers of unaccompanied children coming to the library after school have increased tremendously this year, and with the change of seasons, we are concerned about the safety of our after-school crowd. Lost children, minor injuries and severe weather are all concerns with children who are without adult supervision. Because we never know when and where an emergency may occur, we are implementing a sign-in for every minor that comes to the library without a parent. Each child will log in at the front desk with their name and a phone number where a parent or guardian may be reached. Parents and/or guardians need to make sure that children know the full name and correct contact number for the adult to be called. If an issue arises, library staff can contact the parent or guardian and resolve the matter immediately.
UPCOMING ELMeR CLASS
TODAY, March 28 at 6:00 p.m. Randy Merrell, Technology trainer from Salina Public Library will present Fitness vs Technology: Can fitness coexist with technology? The presentation will identify and describe some technology applied to fitness. Please contact the library if you plan to attend. Thank you.
AUTHOR VISIT AND BOOK SIGNING
On Thursday, April 11 at 6:00 p.m., Janet Damon will present her book Rising Above: Facing the Dragon of Neurofibromatosis at the library. The book is the true account of Janetâ€™s daughter, Beth, coping with a disfiguring and disabling disorder of the central nervous system. Janet lives in Ulysses with her husband, Darrel, and is the mother of Diane Crawford. Please join us at the library for this story of an indomitable spirit coping with a disabling congenital disorder.