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Love Your Library Week @ WTPL

Mystery booksTo celebrate Valentine's Day, come into the Library February 8 - 12 to choose from a special selection of wrapped books. It will be a mystery until you get home. For all ages! Teens and children who finish a book and submit a review will receive a sweet treat. Adults who submit a review will be eligible for a prize drawing on March 14. (For more information see the Adult Events page.)

 

Friends' Pink Tree at the Library

Pink TreeThe Friends of the WTPL have once again put up their Pink Tree at the Library for Love Your Library Month. Paper hearts with titles the Library would like to own have been placed on the tree. Simply pick a heart and bring it to the Circulation Desk with the suggested donation amount ($15 for books; $20 for DVDs). When the book or movie arrives, you will be notified and can be the first to borrow it. WTPL will also recognize your generous gift with a bookplate.

 

Spring 2016 Lifetime Learning Courses

Woman readingHere is the brochure for the spring semester of Lifetime Learning. We're delighted to have Robert Butts, Krista Jenkins and Joseph Geddes returning by popular demand. Please come join us and spread the word to your friends and neighbors. Our program is still $25 for each four-lecture series, and there is no residency requirement. We hope to see you.

 

3M Cloud Library

3M Cloud Library logoWTPL has launched its own 3M Cloud Library of ebooks and downloadable audiobooks. Our Cloud Library is linked to the MAIN Cloud Library, so patrons will continue to have access to the MAIN content in addition to the Washington Township Library content. As other MAIN libraries launch their own Private Clouds, you will be able to access their content as well, provided their patrons don’t have holds on the material. ...

In order to take advantage of this new content, you need to log out of the MAIN 3M Cloud on your device (usually found under settings) and then log back in, choosing the Washington Township Library as your library (instead of MAIN).

At this time your holds and reading history from your MAIN account will not be visible when logging in through Washington Township Library. 3M is currently investigating if it will be possible to move history and holds to the new private cloud. You will have to log in through your MAIN account to see that information and finish up the titles you are currently reading or listening to. Please place future holds through the Washington Township private cloud! Be sure to contact the Library if you have any questions.

 

This Month's Art Display

Diane CuestaThe art of Long Valley resident Diane Cuesta will continue to be displayed in February. Diane works primarily in acrylic paints but also enjoys photography. She has a special love for her friends' and family's animals, which are displayed in this exhibit of her paintings.