Recipe Swap - May 2019

Join us for Recipe Swap and share your favorite recipe with fellow patrons who share your passion -- cooking!

Every month is a different theme! This month's theme is "National Hamburger and Salad Day".

When: Tuesday, May 28th
Movie Time: How To Train Your Dragon 3

Come join us for a viewing of "How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World"

When: Saturday, May 23rd at 5:30 pm.
Where: In the downstairs activity area
Spinning Yarns group

Do you love to crochet, knit, or do other needlework? Then come and join our Spinning Yarns group!

When: Wednesday, May 22nd from 2 to 4 pm
Where: In the Cooper Clark meeting room

Please bring your own materials. Beginners to
How to get a card at the Library

Adults - come in to the library with one form of photo id

Kids - bring a parent who already has a card or who has photo id with them to get a Liberal Memorial Library card
Mobile Printing Now Available

 

Notary Public

The Library now has a Notary Public available to patrons

When:  Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Cost: Free to library patrons, $1 if you don’t have a library card


Item Purchase Suggestion Form

Do you know of a book that isn’t in our library but you think it should be? Or are you interested in a particular subject but can’t find any books about it?

You can use this form to help keep our library current and give suggestions about books or subjects that are of interest to you.


Ask about our 3D Printer

ditto-pro2 3d printingHow do I find things to print?

You can find print-ready files online at sites like Thingiverse.

What do I need to do to get my file printed?

Bring a flash drive with a file saved on it to the library or fill out our online 3D printer project request form.

Once we have your file, we will take it from there. Only designated library staff and volunteers will have hands-on access to the 3D printer.

How much does it cost to print?

It costs $0.10 per gram to print with a minimum charge of $0.50.

For more information, see our FAQ page.


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Basic ESL

basic eslBasic ESL for Libraries is an English language learning course designed for public libraries. The online course offers native language support in 19 languages, including Somali.  There are no costs to libraries or library patrons to use the online program.

Basic ESL improves an individual’s listening, speaking, reading and writing skills through a simple to follow, and instructionally proven curriculum. No computer experience is necessary. Click on “Instant Access” to enter without registering.


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