MyLibrary eNewsletter - February 2011

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MyLibrary eNewsletter
  Pioneer Library System, Oklahoma

 

February 2011

February is a short month - but we still have a lot of activities planned. We answer a FAQ below, provide an opportunity to sport your library card & get you ready for Black History Month & Tax Season.

 

Libraries will be open regular hours all month.

Watch our website & Facebook page for weather closings.

         
 

Hello Visitor,

 
 

Computer and Magnifying GlassWork for PLS

People often ask us, "How do I apply for a job with the Pioneer Library System?" It is an easy four step process:

1) All job vacancies are posted at www.justsoyouknow.us/jobs ;
2) Decide if you are interested in Hourly, 20, 30 or 40 Hours per week position;
3) Print the application, or you can go to one of the hometown libraries and pick up a print application;
4) Turn in the completed application to the location listed on the job posting.

If you are interested in tips for the interviewing process be sure to check out our online job resources & books on interviewing & job searching available for checkout.

Watch our jobs page or subscribe to the RSS feed to get the latest info on our vacancies.

OU Women's Basket TicketsSport Your Library Card banner

OU Athletics and Women's Basketball invite you to "Sport Your Library Card" online to receive these exclusive ticket discounts as your Sooners take on Missouri!

Saturday, February 12, 2011
@ 2:00 p.m.
Lloyd Noble Arena

Ticket pricing options are:
$10 BOOMER BONUS PACK-Includes a ticket, t-shirt, and hot dog with drink voucher redeemable at the game
$5 GROUP TICKET-Discounted ticket. Does not include a t-shirt or hot dog with drink voucher.

To order tickets go to: www.justsoyouknow.us/outicketspls

Login: Sport
Password: Library
Login & Password are case sensitive

DEADLINE TO ORDER IS WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 9, 2011

 
 

February brings on full anticipation of Spring. Whether the weather turns to warmer temperatures is beyond the telling of groundhogs or librarians - but one thing we can tell you is we've got a short month packed with fun and adventure.

Click on the hometown library to see what we have in store.

 

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

  Pile of books    
 

Black History Month

World War 2 era naval posterFebruary is celebrated as Black History Month. It is reported that Black History Month was first celebrated in the U.S. in 1926 through the efforts of African American historian Carter G. Woodson.

African American literature has gone through many periods. At the Library of Congress web site you can listen to Slave Narratives or view original documents that are part of the African American Odyssey. At your hometown libraries you can experience legendary African American thinkers and writers, such as, Frederick Douglass, Ralph Ellison, Zora Neale Hurston, Langston Hughes, Richard Wright, Alice Walker, Alex Haley and so many more.

Your hometown libraries are offering events this month which focus on African American history and cultural experiences. Visit our calendar for more information.

 
 

 
 

Tax Info @ Your Library

Tax Season is here and your hometown libraries are here to help you find the resources you need to file your taxes.

Each of the hometown libraries is equipped to help you locate your tax forms online or, as supplies last, provide free print copies of federal tax forms.

Please note: To print forms and instruction booklets from the internet or to photocopy costs 15¢ per page for black and white and 30¢ per page for color. Also hometown libraries are not able to install personal tax software onto library computers.

 
   
 

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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