Last Updated on Wednesday, 05 March 2014 15:13
The Norman Public Library hosts a screening of the documentary film “The Dogs of Lexington,” at 2 p.m. Sunday, March 9, in the Lowry Room of the library, 225 N. Webster Ave.
The film tells the story of the “Friends for Folks” dog-training prison program at the Joseph Harp Correctional Center in Lexington.
In addition to the screening of the documentary, the afternoon also will feature a presentation and question-and-answer session by local veterinarian Dr. John Otto.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 26 February 2014 11:48
Vote today for your favorite book on the 2014 Sequoyah Book Award list!
Fill out the Sequoyah voting ballot and choose your favorite book. Voting ends March 15, 2014. Winners will be announced in April.
Last Updated on Friday, 28 February 2014 16:24
Patrons are now able to access MyFreeTaxes.com for assistance in getting organized and filing taxes.
Discover how easy it is to prepare your taxes for free!
- Online at MyFreeTaxes.com, powered by H&R Block, if you make $58,000 or less.
- In person with an IRS-certified volunteer income tax preparer, if you make $52,000 or less.
Last Updated on Friday, 07 February 2014 16:57
Pioneer Library System has added the Zinio for Libraries service! Zinio provides access to digital versions of popular magazines that you can read online or download to your computer or mobile device. The digital magazines are full-color duplicates of the print magazines. It is simple and easy to use the service.
You will need:
- A Pioneer Library System library card
- Internet access
- A free Zinio for Libraries account to checkout magazines from the library
- A free Zinio.com account to read and manage the magazines (TIP: Use the same email and password for both accounts)
Last Updated on Friday, 07 February 2014 14:02
Tax Season is here, and your hometown libraries are ready to help you find the resources you need to file your taxes. This year, taxes must be filed by Tuesday, April 15, 2014.
Each of the 10 PLS branches is equipped to help you locate, download, and print your federal or state tax forms. Library cardholders may file their taxes online from library computers, but library staff is not trained to answer tax-related questions or work in actual preparation of forms.
- Standard charges for printing or photocopying apply. Black and white prints or copies are $0.15 per page. Color prints or copies are $0.30 per page.
Hometown libraries are unable to install personal tax software onto library computers.
Use the following information to find Oklahoma and federal tax forms online and other tax assistance resources: