UPDATES TO OUR WEBSITE

PLEASE NOTE THAT OUR BOARD PAGE IS UNDER CONSTRUCTION. THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE AS WE MAKE OUR UPDATES!

FOR MORE INFORMATION:

http://www.winnebagopubliclibrary.org/content/board-meeting-minutes

Our Current Board:

Irving Koning, Board President
Allan Levandowski, Vice President
Pat Wakeley, Secretary
Charles Fricke, Treasurer
Eugenia Foster, Trustee
Donald Hyson, Trustee
Steven Scheider, Trustee

FOIA INFORMATION IS ALSO UNDER CONSTRUCTION.

FOR MORE INFORMATION: http://www.winnebagopubliclibrary.org/page/foia-information

Budget Hearing Notice

Notice is hereby given that a Tentative Budget and Appropriation Ordinance for the Winnebago Public Library District, Winnebago County, Illinois, for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2015 and ending June 30, 2016, will be on file and conveniently available to public inspection at the Winnebago Public Library, 210 N. Elida St, Winnebago, IL during normal business hours from and after 10 A.M. on July 27, 2015.

More information attached.

How to get a library card

Do you and your kids have updated library cards? Winnebago Public Library District cards need to be renewed every two years. Perhaps you've never signed up for a card before?

To sign up for a card, simply bring in one form of photo ID and one form of non-photo ID (see lists below) any time the library is open. Children under the age of 18 years old will need to have their parent's produce documentation on their behalf. We will ask you to fill out a registration card and enter you into our system.

Acceptable proofs of current residency:

Otis comes to the Library - every 2nd Saturday of the month

Otis the reading therapy dog visits the library every 2nd Saturday of the month. Reading to a dog can help struggling readers develop confidence in their abilities. Owner and handler, Leslee Dimke, has been working with Otis as a therapy dog for over 2 years. Please join us and read to the rhythm of a wagging tail with Otis the poodle!

Librarian Assistant job opening

Librarian Assistant
Winnebago Public Library

The Winnebago Public Library is looking to hire a part-time (approximately10-12 hours per week) librarian assistant for Monday and Wednesday evenings including some Saturdays. This is an entry-level position that requires a strong commitment to public service.

Coming soon: Windows 8.1 and Microsoft Office 2013!

Windows 8.1 and Microsoft Office 2013 will soon be installed on all our library computers. We appreciate your patience during the upcoming transitional period.

Monday Night Book Club August Selection

Join our monthly book club.
This month's selection?

Next meeting is on September 14 @ 6:45 p.m. in the library community room.

Copies are available to pick up at our service desk or call us @ 815-335-7050 to hold a copy for you.

Other Dates:
September 14--The Invention of Wings by Sue Monk Kidd
October 12--The Martian by Andy Weir
November 9--N/A
December 14--The Magi by O'Henry

Knitting Club Announcement

Gauge and Gab Knitting Club will be meeting each Tuesday at 6:30 pm.

Don't feel like knitting or crocheting bulky scarves and sweaters in these warm months? That's OK, because this month we're focusing on "kitchen stitches" - towels, dishcloths, potholders, and anything else you can hang on an oven door. Kitchen projects make great gifts and are ideal for beginning knitters.Don't know how to knit? We'd be happy to teach you!

Donations?

Please consider a donation to your local library- the Winnebago Public Library. Donations to the library are fully tax deductible. If you can only make donations to those holding IRS 501 (C)(3) status, we can accommodate that. A wish list is available at our service desk as well. For more information please contact the library and ask to speak to Interim Director Katie Schmoyer.

Some Items we are looking for:
TV Shows on DVD/Blu-Ray (no VHS please)
Display Case for showing local art, pictures, WPL History
Coffee Cart
Better Staff Workroom Chairs
Storytime Reading Area Rug*

Interlibrary Loans: What is it?

More than 5,000 multi-type (academic, public, school and special) member libraries contribute to the Interlibrary Loan program. Resources are shared among libraries in order to meet the information, recreation and research needs of library users. Individual libraries challenged to meet the requests of their users can do so through statewide cooperative collection management agreements.

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