You won’t want to miss this, Chasing Weather, Tornadoes, Tempests, Thunderous Skies in word and image by Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg and Stephen Locke.
Poetry and gorgeous photography combined into a dynamic program in which the author and photographer will take you to a whole new experience.
Thursday, April 30th 6:30 – 8pm
Click the link: lego contest rules pdf to see out Rules for the New LEGO Competition, Sat. Feb. 14th 10-11:30 am.
Ages 3 – Adult! Bring your own LEGO’s. You will have one hour to build your design, creations will be judged on originality and creativity.
These books are single and ready to mingle. Take a chance, spice up your reading life.
Check out a book from the display, read it, rate it. On your next visit, put your rating in our jar once you have read the book. You may enter only twice, we will draw from rate cards on Feb. 28, you may win a date-night prize.
You may find yourself turned on to a whole new genre! These books are not all Romance, they are from many different genres, take a chance on something new today!
English as a Second Language classes will be offered for 9 weeks here at Ottawa Library, free of charge.
The classes will be taught in conjunction with Ottawa University. They will start Feb. 16th.
If you are interested please call 785-242-3080, we are registering for the classes now.
If you know someone who may be interested tell them to call or stop in the library to sign up for classes.
Do you have questions about the Affordable Care Act or the Health Insurance Marketplace? Are you confused by the online website?
There are two Certified Marketplace Navigators located in Franklin County can assist you:
Jayne Turner, Elizabeth Layton Center, 204 E 15th St., 242-3780
Leslea Rockers, East Central Kansas Aging and Disability, 117 S Main, 242-7200
– there is no charge for services
The Library will close early on Wednesday Dec. 31st at 1 pm and will be closed Thursday on New Year’s Day. We will reopen on Friday at 9am. Have a happy and safe New Year!
The Library will be closed Wed. Dec. 24th, Thur. 25th and Fri. 26th for the Christmas Holiday.
We will reopen Sat. Dec. 27th fro 9 – 1pm.
Robotic Legos are really neat, the program is very popular. Look for more programs like this one this winter.
Instantly borrow free digital movies, music, and more 24/7 with you Ottawa Library card.
What’s all the hoopla about? https://www.hoopladigital.com/home
If you try it, let us know how you like it: https://www.facebook.com/ottawalibrary
hoopla is an innovative new service that is partnering with Ottawa Library to bring you thousands titles for free. There are no costs or hassles. All you need is a library card and a web browser, phone, or tablet. The titles are a supplement to all the great music, movies, TV series and audiobooks you can physically check out. Below is a sample of digital music, audiobooks, TV series,and movies you can get: