Hot Spots & Chromebooks
are Coming Soon!
Library District Branches will soon receive 150 Chromebooks and Wi-Fi Hot Spots! You'll be able to check out a Chromebook and/or a Hot Spot for 3 weeks to use at home!
They're perfect for getting school work done, writing that business plan, doing research, having fun online, whatever you need to accomplish.
We are here to help you connect with the tools and resources you need to live your best life.
With the launch of our new online library catalog, patrons are having a better user experience that includes easy, intuitive browsing, straightforward search options, unlimited lists, improved account management, and much more. The new catalog is friendly, fun, & functional. If you love it, you can start using it right now, but you can get acquainted at your own pace before the new catalog goes full-time in January.
AND... if you had Lists saved in the old catalog,
they were transferred for you on December 7th.
Starting or running your own small business?
If you have questions or need support, SBDCandSCOREare here for you. They have FREE classes and mentoring in all areas of business [marketing, taxes, business plans, & more!] to help you succeed.
Find out what they can do for you today!
Have you been using the
Library Edition of Ancestry
at home during the pandemic?
Be aware that as of January 1st,
Ancestry will go back to being
available only in the library.
Illegal drugs are easier to get than ever before and the stakes are higher, too. With Arizona youth and young adults overdosing at an alarming rate from fentanyl and counterfeit pills
laced with fentanyl, Matforce is working hard to provide education and resources to prevent drug abuse, overdose, and associated issues.
They have classes and presentations for parents, students, caregivers, and community members to raise awareness and empower action. Get the support you need to keep your family and community safe.
The Books are being BROUGHT!!
We are so excited to report that Bring on the Books is
making a huge impact so far!
Since launching this program in August, the public has stepped up and bought almost 500 books for K-12 schools in Yavapai County! Coyote Springs Elementary has seen the biggest support with 143 books purchased for their library. Taylor Hicks and Clarkdale-Jerome have received 93 and 85 books, respectively.
Spread the word if you want to see your local K-12 school get the love.
Keep Bringing on the Books!