Here are some photos of our stuffed animal sleepover! The sleepover was a part of the Trinity County Library’s Centennial Celebration held November 9, 2016.
You are cordially invited to help the Trinity County Library celebrate its 100th anniversary, as well as the 30th anniversary of the Friends of the Library on Wednesday November 9, 2016 during library open hours. In addition to the delicious refreshments there will be free centennial bookmarks for everyone. Children can choose a special centennial balloon and a free book to take home. At the Weaverville branch, there will be a children’s story time at 5:00 pm. What better time to get reacquainted with the library’s large collection of books, audio books, movies, magazines, and newspapers, digital books and magazines, public computers and free Wi-Fi access? We hope to see you on November 9th!
Yes , it’s true: the Trinity County Library now offers access to 130 digital magazines that you can read on your computer or device anytime, anywhere. A wide variety of topics are covered and all you need is your library card.This is just a small sampling of the titles we have, so what are you waiting for? Happy reading!
“Feed your mind: Read a tasty book” is the theme of this year’s summer reading program. Following the tradition established in past years, the library’s program continues this year with Wednesday sessions on June 15, 22 and 29. Guest storytellers will read to the children followed by a nutrition activity and snack. The final program on the 29th will feature special guest and treats.
What do books and food have in common? While we sincerely recommend that you don’t mix borrowed library books with meals, we would like to bring our overstock of gently used books for sale to your attention, amongst them many books on health and cooking. Therefore, we would like to make you an offer you can’t refuse: purchase 5 books and get ONE ITEM—ANY BOOK, CD, OR VIDEO OF YOUR CHOICE—FREE! You can’t find a better deal than this!
Now that we have your attention, did you know that all of our libraries provide copy, faxing and scanning services? That’s right, the Weaverville and Hayfork libraries have new full feature Lanier copiers while Trinity Center boasts a desktop multi-function Brother machine that can serve all your needs. Add to that, a full complement of new public computers and a great selection of print books, audiobooks, DVDs, digital books and magazines, you can guess why we are proud of our little library system right here in Trinity County!
The library has added the Zinio magazine service to it offerings. Read complete digital magazines anytime, anywhere on PCs, Macs and mobile devices and keep issues as long as you want! With over 100 popular magazine titles to choose from, what are you waiting for? Just follow the Zinio link on the library’s website and provide your library card number to access this new service!