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MassHire satellite office

Beginning February 6, MassHire will be holding office hours in the library’s cafe on the first floor from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Wednesdays. We are pleased to partner with MassHire and hope their presence here will support our patrons and residents who may be  looking for work, polishing their resumes, or looking for other employment support. Library patrons are still welcome to read the local papers or select magazines from the cafe but we politely request that you do not use the room for family visits, lengthy phone calls or other types of meetings on that day. You are welcome to take magazines and newspapers into other areas of the library. masshire

Replay of Ken Gloss presentation

Thanks to Joanne Hurlbut and our local cable station, you can watch the “Old and Rare Books” presentation given at the library by Kenneth Gloss on these dates:

Channel 1302
Thursday the 29th @ 7pm
Sunday, December 2 @ 3pm
Wednesday, December 5 @ 8:30pm
Saturday, December 8 @ 11am
Monday, December 10 @ 12:30pm
Friday, December 14 @ 6pm
Sunday the 16th @ 4pm

Mobile print available

With our new PrinterOn link, you can print from home, from your phone, or from our Chromebooks at the library with mobile printing. It’s as easy as clicking the link and following the directions. The only exceptions are printing secure documents like boarding passes and forms. For those we still request that you use the lab computers. Documents may be picked up at the library within 12 hours of request.

Remote users look for changes

 

The Massachusetts Library System will be discontinuing Commonwealth E-Book Collections in favor of an expanded Overdrive. Read the details here: https://libraries.state.ma.us/pages/overdrive-transition

If you are currently using Universal Class, Transparent Language, RBDigital magazines, or any EBSCO Host library services, please be aware that policy changes are happening July 1, 2018 that may require you to re-enroll in RBDigital’s services. For Universal Class, Zinio magazines, and Transparent Language you may still use the same credentials (user names and passwords) but the new app environments and database changes require signing up all over again. In the case of Transparent Language, you will be required to re-enroll and your history will be lost. We apologize for any inconvenience. On the bright side, we will be adding ACORN TV (the best of British broadcasting) and access to the different databases will be from one convenient location.

Library adds recipe database

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Evening dinners choices getting a little stale? Need an ethnic recipe to get an easy “A” in that social studies class? Check out our newest database A to Z World Food.  This companion to A to Z World and A to Z USA is an entire cook book library of interesting food and facts from around the world. Click here or scroll through our databases on the main page in the right-hand column.