LEGO CLUB

        Do you love to build with Legos? If you attend Kindergarten through 6th grade, the Lane County Library is hosting a Lego Club for you! We will provide the Legos, so you only need to bring your imagination. Legos were purchased with the Henry Coleman Memorial but Lego donations are very welcome…

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Kid Kapers & Wee Readers

Do you have a little one between the ages of birth and five years of age. If so, the Lane County Library has created two special story times just for them. Wee Readers serves children ages birth through 3 years of age and will meet at the library on Tuesday @ 10:15 and Kid Kapers…

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Zinio!

Zinio   You can now check out digital copies of popular magazines from our web site with just your library card!  For Instructions on how to get started, click HERE. To go to our Library Portal directly, click HERE. The Lane County  Public Library’s code is “laco.”  Use this code in front of your library card number…

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Kansas Reads to Preschoolers!

  Plan to join the Lane County Library for a special story time for children ages 0-5 years of age on Friday, November 22nd @ 7:00 p.m. in the Lane County Community Room. Children are to invite parents or grandparents to his special event. Little readers are encourages to wear their p.j.’s and bring a stuffed animal…

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WHAT’S NEW!

The Library has acquired a small collection of playaways.  Playaway is the name of a solid-state prerecorded audio player.  About the size of a deck of playing cards and weighing 2 ounces, it can store up to 80 hours of audio. As of March 2010, the audiobooks are all produced in high definition audio. The digital content…

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May Book Club

Join the Book Club in May for the discussion of the book “The Language of Flowers” by Vanessa Diffenbaugh. The Victorian language of flowers was used to convey romantic expressions: honeysuckle for devotion, asters for patience, and red roses for love. But for Victoria Jones, it’s been more useful in communicating mistrust and solitude. After…

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COMPUTER CLASSES VIA VIDEO CONFERENCING!

The Library  will host two computer classes during January:  Saturday, January 12th @ 4 p.m.  on “Fix Yourself: How To Repair a Slooooow  Computer.”   Thursday, January 24th @ 6 p.m. on “Computer Basics-You know how to use the mouse and keyboard now what?”   Both classes will be broadcasted via video conferencing. If interested or needing…

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