Looking for e-books and audio books to download…. Follow this link and read the directions. You will need a Kansas Library Card pin number to establish an account with the EZ Library. Stop into the library or call to get a Kansas Library Card. 785/284-3160
Only 2 weeks left for the “Way We Worked” exhibit at the Mary Cotton Library. Stop in and take a trip back in time. Browse the exhibit and be transported back to the days of horse powered equipment and follow the timeline to the present day. Visit Main Street Sabetha to see the way we worked in the past and compare it to the way we work now. It is sure to start a conversation!
Exhibit ends May 27th.
The Hutchinson News printed a story yesterday about library cake pan collections in Kansas and included comments from two NEKLS librarians, Kim Priest, director of Mary Cotton Public Library in Sabetha, and Jeanette Stromgren, director of Osage City Public Library. Both of their libraries circulate cake pan collections. Williamsburg Community Library also circulates a collection of cake pans.
Check out all the different cake pans that are available through these three libraries.
Does your library circulate a unique collection or are you thinking of starting one? Let us know in the comments!
Heather Braum is the Technology Librarian at NEKLS. She can be reached by phone, by email (hbraum (at) nekls.org), or through several online chat services (look Heather up by her email address). Visit the Staff page to learn more about when to contact Heather.