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The Centerville and Woodbourne libraries will be closed on Sunday, August 31 and Monday, September 1 for Labor Day. You may , , and on the Libraryís website at any time. Have a safe and happy holiday!
The Ultimate Rewards Card
Unlock the rewards that come with having a Library card! Free access to more than 380,000 items, the use of an expert research team, a wealth of subscription-free online resources and discounts to local merchants are just some of the benefits youíll enjoy with a WCPL library card. Register for a card today or re-acquaint yourself with benefits about which you werenít aware. During the month of August, if you register for a new Library card, you will be automatically entered to win a gift card from the Business of the Week! New registrations only!
Book a Librarian
Want to attend a Tech Class but canít make the date or time? Now you can Book a Librarian for a one-on-one session. Simply visit the Reference Desk to schedule an appointment, or make an appointment online.
A Day in Mexico!
Celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month and learn more about the Mexican culture by experiencing A Day in Mexico on Saturday, September 13 from 11 AM Ė 2 PM at Centerville Library. Activities include dance demonstrations by Imelda Ayala, stories by Alicia Pagan, music by Ramon Perez, a Day of the Dead display, food, and more. Co-sponsored by: Washington-Centerville Public Library, Centerville Arts Commission, Centerville-Washington Diversity Council, St. Leonard Franciscan Living Community, and Friends of Washington-Centerville Public Library.
New Date for New Book Club for Kids & Parents!
Based on patron feedback, the date and time for our newest book club for kids in 1st and 2nd grades with their parents has been changed. The club will now meet the last Thursday of each month from 6-7 PM. The first meeting will be September 25 at 6 PM at Centerville Library. Donít miss this initial meeting when participants will select a name for the new club.
Join the Teen Advisory Board
Get involved with your Library and community by serving on the Teen Advisory Board. Assist in planning programs, writing reviews, volunteering and suggesting great books and other materials. TAB is a great way to get community service credit and looks good on college applications. Open to teens in grades 6-12. Applications must be submitted by October 1.