February Is Love Your Library Month
This February, Sedona Public Library is celebrating Love Your Library Month. It’s our way of encouraging you to take advantage of the many free services we offer and for you to demonstrate your support for the Library.
Don’t have a library card? Now is the perfect time to apply for one. Get your free card at the main library in West Sedona (3250 White Bear Rd.) or Sedona Public Library in the Village (51A Bell Rock Plaza). Bring your photo ID and proof of local residency. Your library card will give you access to over one million physical library materials at 42 libraries in the Yavapai Library Network and the ability to download books and audiobooks and to stream movies.
Lost your card? During February we’re waiving the $5 replacement card fee. So stop in and get a new card, completely free of charge. Stop by our Love Your Library table and tell us why you love your library and pick up a button and a kiss (chocolate, of course!).
Many programs to meet a variety of interests are planned for Love Your Library Month. We hope you can join us for programs and displays offered at the main library in February:
Join us for the following programs in the Village of Oak Creek:
Check the library events calendar for days and times for these ongoing adult programs: Conversational English, Conversational French, Conversational Spanish, English Language Classes, Cryptocurrency Group, Sit and Stitch, Sedona Writers Salon, Investment Club, Socrates Café, and Sirius Lookers Astronomy Group.
Ongoing programs for children include Youth Chess Club on Thursdays at 3:45 p.m. and Story Times on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday mornings.
Sedona Public Library
Column for January 31, 2020
Written by Virginia Volkman, Director
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