Elizabeth Titus set to celebrate National Library Week
National Library Week will be observed from April 14th-20th and the Elizabeth Titus Memorial Library staff encourages everyone to stop by and see what your library has to offer. If you don’t already have a library card, stop by the desk and become a registered patron. (Individuals who live outside the city are required to pay a non-resident fee. If you fall in that category, please call 728-7221 for details.)
As in the past, the library will be offering “amnesty” during this week. All overdue items returned during this week will have the fines removed, no questions asked. Unfortunately, the “amnesty” does not apply to lost items. In addition, anyone who has lost their library card, and has a clean record, can receive a replacement card at no charge.
Several drawings will also be held; the prizes will be on display at the library with this year’s top prize being a Kindle e-reader. Visitors are asked to stop at the front desk to register for the drawing. Winners will be notified the following week. On Tuesday the 16th the library staff will show appreciation for patrons by providing light refreshments in the community room from 9:00 – 10:00 a.m. so stop by and help us celebrate. Library hours are 8:30am-8:00pm Monday through Thursday; 8:30am-5:00pm Friday; and 9:00am-2:00pm Saturday.