About of COLUMBUS LIBRARY PUBLIC
Welcome to the Columbus Library
Five-county system, mission is to provide products and services to meet the
educational, informational, entertainment and cultural needs of the region.
The PRIME TIME® program is scheduled to be held at the North Columbus Branch Library from August 17 - September 21, Columbus Public Library from August 29 - October 3, and South Columbus Branch Library from October 10 - November 14
Columbus Lowndes Library System
Information on library services, branches,and a collection of recommended links
for Internet reference.
314 North Seventh Street Columbus, Ms 39701 1-662-329-5300 - Headquarters - Columbus Public Library Libraries in Artesia, Caledonia, Crawford Columbus Hours Monday - Thursday 9:00 - 6:00 Friday - 9:00 - 5:00 Saturday - 10:00 - 4:00 The Columbus-Lowndes Public Library is comprised of a headquarters in Columbus with three branches located in Artesia, Caledonia and Crawford
Library services include an automated circulation system; online public access catalog; public internet access; extensive book, audio, video and periodical collections; interlibrary loan; reference department offering ready reference and periodical collections; electronic state-of-the-art archival facility combined with a local history and genealogy department serving genealogical researchers from every state; children's department featuring year-round storyhours for preschoolers and babies; a summer reading program, and other seasonal programs; handicapped accessibility and materials such as large print and talking books; county-wide extension service; literary programs; meeting and conference room facilities; art and collectible displays, and an active Friends of the Library support group
Bartholomew County Public Library
Institution with branches in Columbus and Hope, as well as a Bookmobile program.
Hours of operation, online resources, community links.
Bartholomew County Public Library 536 Fifth Street Columbus IN 47201 (812) 379-1255 Providing resources for life-long learning and enjoyment Click here to go directly to BCPL's Online Catalog Search Tuesday, September 12 10:00 am - Noon Red Room Tuesday, September 19 10:00 am - Noon Red Room Tuesday, September 26 10:00 am - Noon Red Room Quinn Lemley Actress and Vocalist November 6, 2006 7:00 pm in the Red Room Search Google Hours Local Information Employment Listings Local Resources Forms online Legal Tax Forms Warning: Any person (other than BCPL staff maintaining this site) who alters this web site in any way will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law
Polk County Public Library
Full-service public library. The library's catalog is available online.
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Columbus Branch | The New York Public Library
742 Tenth Avenue.
Bloomingdale Branch | The New York Public Library
150 West 100th Street.
One Library Consortium
Features online catalogs for Columbus and Norfolk libraries. Includes a list of
obituaries for both cities.
Welcome to the ONELibrary Consortium Visit our on-line public access catalogs: Consortium Member Home Pages:
Wells Public Library-About the Library
Staff, library resources, kid tested books, children's room events and friends
of the library information provided.
Welcome to the Wells Public Library 1434 Post Road ~ P.O
There are no public phones at the library
The nearest public phones are located at Cumberland Farms or Dunkin Donuts
Mission Statement Wells Public Library provides information and services for the residents of the community in their pursuit of educational, cultural, personal and recreational needs
In 1968 Lawyer Walter Hatch wrote incorporation papers establishing the Wells Public Library, Inc
Miss Weymouth, who died May 31, 1986, bequeathed her estate to the Wells Public Library, Inc
The Wells Public Library has been enriched by many gifts and memorials
Valuable equipment and many programs for children and adults have been provided by the Friends of the Wells Public Library
Volunteering at Our Library Currently the Wells Public Library is fortunate to have 22 volunteers who donate over 120 hours a month assisting with a variety of tasks including shelving books, book sales, processing of materials, clerical tasks, craft preparation, repairs, typing and more
The public is invited to attend
If you have received your new MINERVA barcode you are able to view your library record and renew items from home or any Internet-based computer! It is also possible to search for Wells Public Library items within the MINERVA catalog over the Internet
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Suffolk Public Library
Information about the library
, locations and hours, links, and contact information. Library Links Research Links Welcome to the Suffolk Public Library "When I got my library card, that's when my life began." --- Rita Mae Brown, Contemporary American Author To place reserves, you will need your library card number and your PIN number
About the Suffolk Public Library System The Suffolk Public Library System includes the main library, one branch library, two library stations, and a full time bookmobile
Mission of the Suffolk Public Library The role of the Library is to assist the citizens of Suffolk in fulfilling their recreational, informational, and cultural needs by: promoting, encouraging and supporting a lifelong interest in reading, providing sources of information in all fields of knowledge, and providing materials which support the continuing educational needs, both bformal and informal, of its citizens
US Public Library Websites with Information in Spanish
Directory of links to public libraries that maintain Spanish language webpages
and resources covering Latino and Hispanic culture.
Public Library Websites with Information in Spanish / Bibliotecas Públicas de los EE.UU
Upper Arlington Public Library . . . It All Starts Here!
Includes calendar of events, overview of services and departments.
It All Starts Here! Upper Arlington Public Library
View our current projects (using free ): 08/11 - 10:00 AM 08/15 - 09:30 AM 08/16 - 11:00 AM Upper Arlington Public Library
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Community news and information for Columbus and central Ohio.
Grandview Sep 11 2006 9:28AM The Grandview Heights Public Library has dedicated a new outdoor sculpture in memory of former library board of trustee member Sharon Voelker, who died in February
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Wilbraham Public Library
Includes quarterly newsletter, events calendar, and information on services.
Omaha Public Library
The Omaha Public Library serves the community educational needs of Omaha and its
Upcoming Events The Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, The Omaha and Council Bluffs Public Libraries and area public high schools invite everyone to a day-long celebration Saturday, August 26 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Omaha Unplugged Concert Sunday, August 27 10:00 AM - 9:00 PM (For Omaha Reads 2007) The End of Suburbia: Oil Depletion and the Collapse of the American Dream Documentary and Panel Discussion , Aug 27, 2:00 - 4:00 PM , August 30, 6:30 - 8:30 PM Are today's suburbs destined to become the slums of tomorrow? All library locations will be closed Sunday & Monday, Sept 3 & 4 for Labor Day Please help with Early Literacy Project We need volunteers to help package up and distribute Early Literacy Calendars to the area day cares starting the first week of Sept
Dale Clark Library What a Librarian! Omaha Public Library Director Rivkah Sass is named 2006 Librarian of the Year
Omaha Corner Check out what's happening in Omaha! Community Assistance - 211 Omaha Public Library | 215 S
Tuckahoe Public Library, Westchester, New York
Offers users the ability to ask a reference question, browse the catalog or apply
for a library card online. There is also a calendar of events.
Columbus, GA News
Local, regional, and statewide news collected from diverse sources on the web.
Saturday Sep 9 | Columbus Ledger-Enquirer on Topix.net A piece of history passed on Saturday as a song was belted out in a Columbus Public Library meeting room
Stockton-San Joaquin County Public Library (SSJCPL)
Offers a searchable catalog, library services on site, recommended internet links,
and filtered web searches.
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Other Pages of Interest | Go to of page Stockton-San Joaquin County Public Library Administrative Office and Cesar Chavez Central Library, 605 N
Bluffton-Richland Public Library
Provides card catalog, history, policies, and service information.
Bluffton Public Library The Bluffton Public Library seeks to provide informational, educational and recreational materials and services, and to facilitate access to materials and information beyond the collection
How to Contact: I nformation, Reference: 419-358-5016 Fax: 419-358-9653 Online Catalog: 419-358-5617 (login: remote) email: Hours of Operation: Monday -- 9:30 AM - 8:00 PM Tuesday -- 9:30 AM - 8:00 PM Wednesday -- 9:30 AM - 8:00 PM Thursday -- 9:30 AM - 8:00 PM Friday -- 9:30 AM - 5:30 PM Saturday -- 9:30 AM - 2:00 PM Sunday -- Closed Library Address: 145 South Main Street Bluffton, OH 45817 Closed Major Holidays: New Years Day Memorial Day, July Fourth Labor Day Thanksgiving Day (closes 5:30 pm day before), Christmas Eve Christmas Day Library Open: Martin Luther King Day Presidents Day Columbus Day Veterans Day The Bluffton Public Library is a member of the NORWELD (Northwest Library District) Regional Library System located in Bowlin NORWELD provides additional services to our library patrons such as rotating circuits of LARGE PRINT books, books on audiocassette and books on CD's and DVD's
LibDex - The Library Index
A listing of Mississippi library Web pages offering direct links to each library's
OPAC (Online Public Access Catalog).
Browse Libraries :: :: :: Geographic: Countries: USA: Mississippi Academic Consortia Law Medical Public Regional Library System U.S
CUA Columbus School of Law
Includes admissions and financial aid information, details about academic programs,
the history of the School of Law, library resources, and an online ...
28-29 symposium will examine the question:What are the responsibilities of religious groups to influence the development of law and public policy in the United States? CUA law third year evening student Ann Marie Pedersen examines the classic teaching method in the Sept