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Survey time! This survey is provided by Project Impact and takes approximately 10-15 minutes to complete. As a thank-you, those who complete the survey can enter to win one of ten library goodie bags filled with gently used books, bookmarks, library mugs and other treats! Survey is open now through October 28th. Just click on the banner below to begin:
Do you have old Halloween costumes haunting your closets? Bat ears circling your belfry? Clown shoes sauntering up and down the hall, superheroes buzzing your basement in the middle of the night? Well, Rolling Hills has the solution! We are looking for donations of new or gently used Halloween costumes! Do you have some silly hats? Or some even sillier glasses? We'll take them! Costumes do not have to be complete to be donated!
Please bring your costume castoffs to the Belt Branch so children who have no costume can mix and match a unique Halloween experience! Children in need can choose a costume from "Uncle Fester's Closet" on Saturday, October 25th, during the library's annual Halloween party from 1-3pm. They can wear the costume for the party, then take it home to wear on Halloween night. It's a great way to clean out your closets and help a child at the same time!
For more information, call Kelly at 232-5479 x2203. Donations can be dropped off at the Belt Branch circulation desk anytime before October 24th.
Download and read complete digital issues of many popular magazines on your computer, tablet or smartphone! The Zinio service digitally recreates a magazine page for page, including full color pictures, intuitive navigation, search features and interactive elements such as audio and video. The best part is that there is unlimited access with no expiration date, so magazines can be read indefinitely.
The library offers over 60 popular titles including Food Network, Macworld, National Geographic, Newsweek, and Rolling Stone. Some of the magazines, such as Newsweek, are only available from the library digitally. Access the Zinio Magazine Service here!
NOTE: Kindle Fire users will need to download the Zinio app directly from the Zinio site here. The service is not currently compatible with Nook tablets.