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Name: Courtney Keir
Date registered: April 6, 2016
URL: http://hadluzblog.sals.edu/
AIM: 19 Main Street

Latest posts

  1. Warren-Hamilton Counties Office for the Aging — November 23, 2017
  2. Library Closed Saturday, November 23 — November 9, 2017
  3. Photos with Santa — November 1, 2017
  4. Warren County Job Center — October 25, 2017
  5. Metta Meditation with Angela Lunz — October 3, 2017

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Sep 01

Library Book Club

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Our Library Book Club’s next  is meeting Thursday, December 14 from 4:00-5:00.
Library Book Club selection for the month of December
 
The Innocents Abroad (1869), based largely on letters written for New York and San Francisco papers, narrates the progress of the first American organized tour of Europe—to Naples, Smyrna, Constantinople, and Palestine. In his account Mark Twain assumes two […]

Aug 16

Annual Report 2016

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Annual Summary
2016 BUDGET
Annual Report 2016

Jun 19

A Board Vacancy

The Library has an opening on the Board of Directors for a Hadley Resident. Our charter states that board members will come from both towns. A person who loves libraries and has a desire to serve will be a perfect fit. Call John Plantier at 696-4285 for additional information

Jan 12

One to One Computer help is Available

1 to 1 computer help is available!
Topics that can be covered in a 1-to-1 session include:
Basic PC use & terminology • Using a mouse and keyboard • Internet searching and using popular websites • Filling out online forms • Creating and managing an email account • Creating and formatting Microsoft Word documents • Basic Microsoft […]

Apr 19

There is an APP for that

Hi !!
Do you realize you can get your overdrive books on your phone? Or your tablet? Just go to your app store and look for overdrive. Download the app; it is free. Then it is so easy for you to order & read books on your phone or tablet.

Feb 23

Do you know your library can’t buy eBooks from many publishers?

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We can buy a printed book from these same publishers, stick it on the shelf, and lend it out—-but digital content is treated differently by the publishers and the companies who manage digital content licensing. Think that’s wrong? We do too!
We pay the same price and most times a bit higher for an eBook […]

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