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The book discussion group meets on the first and third Wednesday of each month at 10AM in the meeting room. Come join the fun as we discuss some of the most interesting books you will ever read! Click HERE for the current book list.
Writing for fun!
Pull out that pen and paper and come join the Writing For Fun group in our meeting room every Tuesday morning at 9AM. New members are always welcome.
We have a new library catalog for you to try! The beta release of Enterprise, a test version of the on-line library catalog we are switching to, is up and running for a test drive. Click on the Catalog Quick Search link at the top of our webpage and start exploring the many facets of this new system. At the bottom of the catalog page, you can click on the Feedback and Comments link to let the Yavapai Library Network know what you think of the new catalog. If you have saved book lists in the old version of our catalog, they will follow you to Enterprise. However, if you add more books to your list through the old catalog after accessing your list in Enterprise, those books will not be saved. We hope you enjoy your test drive in the new Enterprise catalog. Feel free to ask a staff member for assistance!
2014 ONEBOOKAZ Goes Digital
The Arizona State Library is excited to introduce the 2014 ONEBOOKAZ Goes Digital Writing Competition! This pilot program will promote Arizonans as content creators, provide opportunities for self-expression, and promote digital literacy skills. The three eBook submission categories are:
ONEBOOKAZ for Kids
ONEBOOKAZ for Teens
ONEBOOKAZ for Adults
For more information click on the ONEBOOKAZ icon below!
Affordable Health Care Act
Find the latest info on the Affordable Health Care Act and how it will affect you and your family. Learn more about the health insurance changes scheduled to take effect October 1, 2013.
Free Workshops at Your Library!
Beginning in September, the library is offering free workshops in a variety of interests for both adults and youth.
Digital Photography, Spanish,
Lego Robots, Video Game Development,
Animation and more!
Click the info icon for workshop dates and times, then stop by the Reference Desk and sign up!
This program was supported with funds granted by the Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records Agency, a division of the Arizona Secretary of State, under the Library Services and Technology Act, which is administered by the Institute of Museum and Library Services.
Universal Class is the leading provider of online, self-paced, continuing education classes. Attend class and do assignments on your schedule. Each course has a real instructor who you may communicate with using email. Register today to start learning something new!
Click here to get started.
Introducing Zinio for Libraries - a digital magazine subscription service that allows patrons to get popular magazines delivered directly to your device - your iPad, computer, tablet, cell phone, etc.
Click on the icon above to sign up and get more information.
OverDrive Next Generation is here!
Check out the newly redesigned website that makes checking out free library eBooks and audiobooks easier than ever. Featuring One-Step Checkout, instant reading with OverDrive Read and more. Click on the graphic to start browsing today.
LOCAL AREA LIBRARY INFORMATION
Please check here for current hours, addresses and telephone numbers to our neighboring libraries.
Many changes have been made to hours of operation of the various Yavapai Library Network libraries. We have added links to Verde Valley public library web pages below.
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