What's Up at the Library?
Networking remains the #1 method for sourcing and landing that new job. This presentation looks at both the real and psychological barriers that prevent us from being more effective and confident in networking. Includes practice and table work.
Bruce Bixler will cover how to leverage LinkedIn and Twitter for job seeking. Join Bruce to learn how to implement Twitter and LinkedIn secrets, ninja tactics, and guerrilla strategies for your job search.
- Please use the Dunton Avenue entrance while the underground parking lot is being repaved.
- Drive-up reserves will be available at Express Reserves inside the building 9 a.m. - 10 p.m.
- The Dunton Avenue book drop remains open.
- Please note there is free parking after 12 noon, Monday - Friday, in the Vail Street Commuter Lot across from the library.
- The bookmobile will also be available. Look for the stop nearest you.
For more information about the library renovation, please visit our renovation page.
Calling all first graders! Come in and get your picture taken with a book you can read all by yourself. Your photo can be displayed in our I Can Read area. Bring a familiar book to read aloud to a librarian. Register for the date only, then drop in any time between 6:30 and 7:15 p.m. For first graders.
Dates and times: Monday, September 17, or Tuesday, September 18, 6:30–7:15 p.m.
Kids’ World now has iPads that A.H. cardholders can check out for one week. They are loaded with fun and educational apps for children from age 1 to grade 8. Apps include Inside the World of Dinosaurs, Letter School, Musical Me, First Words International, and Tap to Talk for children with special needs. Look for them with the audiobooks near the drinking fountains.
Grandma and Grandpa will have as much fun as the grandkids as we share stories, activities and snacks in honor of Grandparents’ Day. For ages 3–6 with grandparents.
Looking for something good to read? Need to change up your music selection? Try one of the recommendations by our staff. We asked staff members to pick their three favorites. Find out which of their favorite books, movies and music made the cut.
We're responding to the changing ways that you are using the library. Our renovation project is about to get underway, and you will see some big changes as we create new spaces and services to reflect your changing needs. Find out more about the upcoming project on this video by Executive Director Jason Kuhl or read about it here.