Library News

Annual Oscar Prediction Contest, February 5-March 4

Beginning February 5, pick up a ballot at the Service Center and predict the Oscar winners in eight categories. Two patrons, with the most correct predictions, will each win a $25 Regal Cinemas gift card. In the case of a tie, the winners will be drawn from the correct ballots. The contest is for CAPL cardholders ages 13 and up, and only one entry per person. The contest ends at 5 pm on Sunday, March 4 (the ceremony airs that evening).

 


Peeps Diorama Contest, March 18-23

Enter our fifth annual marshmallow Peeps contest with your own miniature “Peep World” in a shoebox. “Peep Prizes” will be given to the best entries in 4 categories: Family, Youth (grades 5 & under), Young Adult (grades 6-12), and Adult. Enter by yourself or with a group. Pick up our entry form at the Service Center or print it. Drop off your entry between March 15-17. Dioramas will be on display from March 18-23 and voting for the “Peeples Choice Award” will take place during the entire display period.

Peeps Party Closing Reception, Thursday, March 22, 7-8 pm
Everyone is invited to celebrate with the creators and get their vote in for the “Peeples Choice Award.” All prizes will be awarded at the end of the reception.

 


National Library Week, April 8-14

To show how much we appreciate our patrons, stop in and spin the wheel for a prize when you check out an item. One spin per person.

 


New Online Catalog Coming in April

During the week of April 16, the Library (and the consortium we belong to) will be transitioning to a new online catalog. You’ll see a new look as you search for library materials, and will be introduced to new features.

What to Expect

Θ Items returned from April 14-April 17 will not be checked in.
Θ Due dates will automatically be extended. We encourage you to keep the materials until we are live on the new system.
Θ Make sure to bring your library card with you to the library. We may not be able to look up your account to check out materials to you without your card.
Θ Results in the catalog may not be up-to-date. Please call us to confirm that an item is on the shelf.
Θ Cardholders will be unable to log into the catalog so holds will not be able to be placed.
Θ Your library PIN or password will transfer over to the new system in all CAPS. For example, if your PIN is currently mypin1, it will become MYPIN1.
Θ Your reading history and lists will not be transferred. Ask staff for assistance in printing your reading history and/or lists if you would like.