New River Public Library Cooperative and its member libraries now provide the ability to securely pay fines and fees on a customer’s library account or donate via credit or debit card using Smart Pay.
You’ll need your library card and PIN numbers to log in to SmartPay from the library webpage and retrieve details of your library account. You can see your balance, select items to pay, and securely charge your credit card.
Florida climate landscapes
Bradford County Public Library is hosting a Florida-Friendly Workshop at 10 a.m. on Monday, May 19. The presentation will focus on attracting wildlife. The series of workshops continues on June 9 with a discussion on managing home and yard pests. Colorful summer perennials will be the topic at the workshop on July 7, followed by a talk on recycling yard waste on August 4. The topic of discussion at the final workshop on August 18 is Bradford water sheds and managing storm water runoff. All of these programs, which are free and open to the public, begin at 10 a.m.
Summer programs for children. Schedule is here.
Florida library’s updated Return on Investment survey: For every $1.00 in tax dollars received, Florida public libraries provide $10.18 in value.
The newest collection available online from the Florida Memory Project are the papers of R. K. Call (Richard Keith Call) territorial governor of Florida, 1836-1839 and 1841-1844.
D.E.A.R. programs have been held nationwide on April 12th in honor of Beverly Cleary’s birthday, since she first wrote about D.E.A.R. in the book Ramona Quimby, Age 8. Inspired by letters from readers sharing their enthusiasm for the D.E.A.R. activities implemented in their schools, Mrs. Cleary decided to give the same experience to Ramona and her classmates.
National Library Week
Lives change @ your library
National Library Week is a national observance sponsored by the American Library Association and libraries across the country each April. It is a time to celebrate the contributions of our nation’s libraries and librarians and to promote library use.
Spending quality time with our kids and teens is critical to their growth and development—and it fosters strong bonds and relationships. But, in our fast paced lives, finding opportunities for quality time together can be a daily challenge.
We’re working and commuting longer hours. Our kids’ schedules are packed. Budgets are tight. And planning even small outings takes time and
Fortunately, there are a variety of things to do, new
adventures to begin, and amazing things to learn-right at your library.
Libraries are the place to connect with your kids.
School and public libraries open up new worlds, spark imagination, encourage reading, help develop critical thinking and prepare and support kids and teen in school and life.
And most of the materials and programs available at your library are free!