News: Neillsville Library Week (Apr 13/19 - 2014)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
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----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co, WI) 4/16/2014
Library Week (Apr 13-19 - 2014)
Did you know?
In 2013, the Neillsville Library checked out over 60,000 items. Through VCAT, Neillsville patrons received over 10,000 from other libraries and sent out over 6,800 items to other libraries for their patrons. The Neillsville Library has four public access computers for people to use. During 2013, more that 7,000 people used the computers. Patrons can print off of the Internet for 20¢ a page. Other services provided include proctoring exams, children’s story hour, adult book club, presentations and income tax forms. The library also subscribes to local newspapers including The Clark County Press, The TRG, the News Herald, The Leader-Telegram, and The Milwaukee Journal. The Clark County Press is available on microfilm back to the 1880s.
The Neillsville Library invites everyone to visit the library during National Library Week to participate in the special activities offered. These include:
Monday - Kick off with “Guess the Jelly Beans in the Jar,” Prizes for winners who guess the closest correct or the correct number will be drawn the following week. Also, patrons may fill out a Patron Survey. Tell us what we do well and what we can do better. Visitor feedback on library services is important.
Tuesday - Kids coloring contest for ages four to 11. Submissions will be accepted through April 25.
Wednesday - “Reading and relaxing with Tea and Scones.” What could be better than reading, sipping tea and enjoying a fresh baked scone? Come relax and enjoy the quiet from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. (Serving only 18 years and up).
Thursday - Creative Writing contest featuring the theme “What does the Library Mean to you?” Entries may be submitted in 200 words or less in poem or short story format. Prizes will be awarded to first and second place.
Friday - Good Friday - Sorry the library is closed this day.
Saturday - Bringing it back to the community and beautification, plant a tree in celebration of Library Week and the upcoming Arbor and Earth Days. A free tree seedling will be given to each patron while supplies last.
New: E-mail monthly newsletter list sign-up. Currently in development, is the library’s new and improved website. A monthly e-mail newsletter will be part of it. Patrons can keep up on new book releases, NY Times bestseller list, Internet links and more.
New: The Library needs a new slogan and logo for its new website. Bring in ideas for a slogan along with a logo graphic design. Entries should be submitted by April 30.
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