Library Hours
Monday
9:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Tuesday
9:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Wednesday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday
9:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Friday
Closed
Saturday
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Sunday
Closed

March Calendar

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Click on calendar to print a copy.

March Teen/Tween Events

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March Story Time

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There will be no Story Time Wednesday, March 3rd. Grab and go kits are available at the library.

March Monday Crafternoon

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New Stay at Home Games

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Four interactive games — part of a series called Thinking Money for Kids are designed for children ages 7 to 11 but are appropriate for other ages as well.

http://tm4k.ala.org/

Earning It: Follow the paths of characters Grace, Emma, and Kenji to see how their childhood interests translate into successful careers and opportunities to “give back” by volunteering.

Balance My Budget: Make choices about how to meet basic needs and treat yourself with a splurge here and there, while sticking to a monthly budget.

Money Trail: Starting with $500 in your bank account, make decisions about how to earn and spend  Let’s Deal: Hear from buyers and vendors at a farmers’ market as they swap goods and learn about money.

Library Wifi

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The library has WIFI available. If parked in the upper circle use the Library Coffee Shop network. If parked in the lower parking lot use the Library Parking Lot network. You will be prompted from your internet browser to agree to our library internet policy, scroll down and click continue.

 

2020 Driver Manual

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New to DrivingTest.org

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Driving-Tests.org now offers a used vehicle report for free!

Are you in the market for a used car. Our new VIN Decoder tool may come in handy when you do an automotive research. Unlike most of the similar solutions, ours is free; what we do is take the official (raw) data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration API, add the image of the actual vehicle, and auto-calculate a few parameters such as the age of the car. We then display it all in an easy-to-read, mobile-friendly format that tells the vehicle's "story": its manufacturer, brand, make and model, body style, engine size, assembly plant, and model year. On the page we also describe how to locate the VIN on a vehicle and how to read it. Click on this link to get started https://driving-tests.org/vin-decoder/

 

Printing from Home

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Did you know you can print to the library from home using our web-based print system? Print by paying with credit, debit, or paypal.  Call the library for a pick-up time. Use the directions below to print:

  • Open a browser on your computer or mobile device.
  • Go to print.princh.com. Enter the library printer ID 101785. 
  • Upload your document or photo,, choose your print setting (B&W or color).
  • Pay with debit, credit or paypal. You have the option to have a receipt emailed to you after payment has been processed.
  • The following debit cards will not work with our system: The Farmers Bank, Bank of America, and Chime.
  • Contact the library at 615-672-0239 for pick-up time.
  • If you have any questions please contact the library.
Prices
B&W  $.20 each
Color $.50 each

 

 

Did you know you can check out free e-books, audiobooks and movies at home with your library card? Click on: https://reads.overdrive.com Just put in your library name and library card number and start enjoying today!

Universal Class

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Cafe 31 Open

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Café 31 at the library. We have rearranged the cafe to accommodate 6 in store diners (enter through library lobby). We also offer curbside pick-up, online orders and patio seating. We  have  soup, sandwiches, salads, chips and more. Make sure to order a coffee, latte, or other drink! We also have a variety  of grits, biscuit mix, cornbread mix, jams and other items. Call us at 615-390-6634 for an order. See our menu online @ Facebook or Instagram.

 

Universal Class

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Click on the box to go to website.

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