MyLibrary eNewsletter - November 2010 - New Look!

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MyLibrary eNewsletter
  Pioneer Library System, Oklahoma

 

November 2010

In this issue - find out when the popular Food for Fines begins. Save the date for the Newcastle Native American Heritage Festival. Find out what events are happening locally in the library. Discover how to download 15,000 free ebooks. Check out how you can get in on a great book discussion group.

 

Libraries will be closed:

November 11
November 24 close at 6:00
November 25
November 26

         
 

Hello Visitor,

 
 

Food for Fines 2010

Cans of food & moneyThe Pioneer Library System’s annual Food for Fines promotion will take place Sunday, November 28 through Saturday, December 4.

During that time, cardholders may bring in donations of non-perishable canned or box food items in exchange for having a portion of fines removed from their library account.

For each item donated, customers will have $1 removed from their account, up to a maximum of $20. Waivers will apply to fines but cannot be applied to lost or damaged item fees or debt collection fees.

Donations may be brought to any of the system’s hometown libraries.

This is the sixth year for the promotion which enjoyed a record effort in 2009, with more than 2.5 tons of food donated to local charities.

Watch our website for more information!

Newcastle American Indian Festivalnewcastle tipi

Newcastle Public Library will mark Indian Heritage Month with its annual American Indian Festival, set for 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 13 at the library.

It will feature something for all ages, from educational and informative displays about American Indian culture to hands-on demonstrations, genuine children’s crafts, and authentic foods. Several artists, authors ,and performers will be part of the festival.

The festival is sponsored by the Newcastle Public Library, the City of Newcastle, Chickasaw Northern Pontotoc Community Council, Oklahoma Arts Council, Pioneer Library System and Friends of the Newcastle Library.

 
 

The holiday season is fast approaching & your hometown libraries are here for you.

Whether you want to learn to create a beautiful festive center piece, bake tasty literary treats, or work on creating a holiday budget -- each of our counties are offering a buffet of events.

Click on your branch to see what we have in store.

 

» Blanchard
» McLoud
» Moore
» Newcastle
» Noble
» Norman
» Purcell
» S.OKC
» Shawnee
» Tecumseh

   New books link    
 

Book Discussion Groups

When was the last time you discussed a book with others? Sure you can write a review & have it appear in our catalog - but that really is just one-way conversation? Why not enjoy some stimulating discourse when you review a book? Several of our hometown libraries offer regular book discussion opportunities in a variety of genres.

Curious to try one out? What about one of these locations & books?

 
 

 
 

15,000 Free eBooks for You

You now have access to 15,000 ePub books from anywhere with internet acces. Download them to your computer, eReader or mobile phone to enjoy classics from around the world.

 
   
 

What do you think of our new look? What additional information would you like to see in the enewsletter? Send us an email at virtuallibrary@pls.lib.ok.us and let us know!

 
 

The MyLibrary eNewsletter is a monthly emailing from the Pioneer Library System, headquartered in Norman, Oklahoma.  You are receiving this email because you indicated at a past Pioneer Library System event you are interested in receiving event email updates.

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