NORTH WEBSTER – Looking for a lasting legacy to honor a loved one or a meaningful way to celebrate a special occasion? Consider donating one or more memorial books to North Webster Community Public Library.
The library staff can help you select and purchase appropriate books. Adult or children’s books can be donated. Each book will have a bookplate in the front dedicating it in memory or in honor of your special person or occasion. It is a meaningful way to celebrate someone’s life or mark an important milestone. While flowers soon wilt, memorial books have lasting value that benefits others for years to come. For more information about donating memorial books, contact Adult Services Director Beth Smith or Youth Librarian Pam Long.
Puzzle lovers are invited to participate in the library’s puzzle exchange located in the adult services department. There you will find a variety of puzzles that you can take home, put together and return when you are finished. No check out is needed. If you have puzzles you no longer want, you are encouraged to donate them to the exchange. Please be sure there are no missing pieces. Bring puzzle donations to the circulation desk where they will be sanitized and quarantined before being added to the exchange.
Tax time is here. State tax forms are available free of charge at the library for anyone needing them along with filing information. The library’s computers are also available for those who wish to print off federal tax forms from the IRS website or file their taxes online.