Monthly Archives: April 2017

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LEGO Club on Saturday, July 22 at 1:30 pm

Are your kids crazy about LEGOs?  Then this is the place for you!   The Library LEGO club meets once a month under the supervision of Donna Armstrong.  Children between the ages of 7 and 12 are invited to come and express their creativity.  Children will have the option of building whatever they choose or trying to create a structure that meets the challenge of the month.  Builders can have their creations displayed in the library until the next club meeting.  Bring your imaginations!  Bring your friends!

Support the Library by Shopping at smile.amazon.com

Support the library whenever you shop online.  When you shop at AmazonSmile instead of Amazon, Amazon donates 0.5% of the purchase price to The Deposit Free Library Association.  The site looks and navigates just like the regular Amazon site.  Help the library and get a great deal at the same time!  Use this link to support the library today!

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Toddler Time is returning to a weekly schedule!!

Spring has sprung at last! The library’s Toddler Time programs will return to weekly meetings beginning on April 5th. All 2-4 year-olds and their parents or caregivers are invited to join us every Wednesday morning at 10 a.m. Miss Nicole will lead us in an hour of stories, songs, and other fun activities. Come back if the winter weather has kept you away. If you’ve never tried this program, now is a perfect time to start!Toddler Time 005

Fine Amnesty Week at the Library

Combine National Library Week and spring cleaning and what do you get?  How about forgiveness for your library fines?  The Deposit Free Library is offering a Fine Amnesty Week from April 9-15.  If you have overdue books or DVDs, you can return them without any penalties.  If you have nothing checked out but have old fines lingering on your card, you can have them forgiven as well.

How do you take advantage of this special deal?  Come to the library in person.  Bring your overdue items or your library card.  If your card is lost, explain it to the clerk.  Update your contact information.  Voila!  Fines owed to Deposit will be erased.

Please note that you must still pay for any lost or damaged items.  The amnesty only applies to charges owed to Deposit – not to other libraries.  So dig out your overdue items and come on down to the library.  Let’s clear up a lot of fines!