February Newsletter

Programs, poetry, break-ups, and bandwidth

We have all kinds of new programs for learning and leisure. Visit http://pplibraries.org/district-events Here are some highlights:

Elizabeth Library Poetry Contest

Love writing poetry? Compiling an anthology for your loved one? Enter your magnum opus into our contest. Parameters based on language, form, style and presentation, drama, imagery, impact, originality. Click here for details

Kiowa Retro Gaming

Librarian Donovan Miller hosts an afternoon of retro video game fun on Monday at 3:00 p.m. Mario, Zelda, he's got 'em all. Click here for details.

Simla SRA Club

Whether you are a gardener wishing to grow more or save seed...

An engineer wondering what dry-land grains will grow here AND work for bio-diesel....A dairy farmer looking at solar panels to run watering tank well-pumps....

You're one of Us!

The SRA Club of adventurers in living the good life meets 3rd Saturday of every month @ 9:30 a.m. to share knowledge, experience, skills and to learn about and from local experts who care about what we do. Click here for more...

Visit http://pplibraries.org/district-events for more programs.

We surveyed users a few months ago, and they told us that they wanted faster Internet in Elizabeth. We increased our bandwidth at our busiest branch ASAP. We have Wi-Fi free to visitors and parking lot dwellers alike. http://pplibraries.org/libraries-and-hours/

Parting is usually such sweet sorrow, but good riddance to daily fines. Think of this as a big V-Day hug from your library. We want you to come in, go steady with our services, and find all the ways to love your local branch without worrying about petty penalties. We hope to make fines go away permanently, and we need your help. If you felt embarrassed or overwhelmed by a dysfunctional relationship with fines, we're so sorry! Come back to us. Daily fines are gone at least until July, and maybe forever. The library wants to make its relationship with you into a perfect union.