Library News Archive: February 2011
People are getting frustrated about their tax returns, but not for the usual reasons.
As a courtesy, Great River Regional Library (GRRL) branches distribute state and federal tax forms. This year, people are getting frustrated because the income tax forms they want aren't available. But the unavailability is due to factors outside the library's control. Read more »
Accredited genealogist Stephen Barthel will share tips on using the Internet to do genealogical research on Saturday, Feb. 26 from 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon at the Belgrade library. Barthel has been a reference consultant and worked in library public affairs from 1983 - 2001 at the world's largest genealogical library. Read more »
January and February of 2011 have been snowy and cold; perfect weather to settle in with a good book. Customers at the Paynesville Branch of Great River Regional Library will have an additional chance to win a Barnes & Noble Nook ereader through the Winter Reading Program, which ends February 28. Read more »
Most patrons know about the books, the DVDs, the audiobooks, and other traditional materials on the shelves. Increasingly, however, your library offers new, cutting-edge services that will help you save money, learn more, enrich your life, conserve resources, teach and entertain your children, and even write your resume and beef up the skills listed on it. Read more »