Robotic Legos are really neat, the program is very popular. Look for more programs like this one this winter.
These colorful new tables and chairs were donated to the Children’s department from the Friends of Ottawa Library and these donors: John Clark memorial, Jean Warren Lindsay and the Mike Webber Family. They donated 24 chairs and 4 tables and the kids couldn’t be more pleased, (the librarians are pretty pleased as well.) Thank You!
Tuesday, Nov. 18th from 2-6pm we will have representatives to answer your questions about the Affordable Care Act.
There will be 3 seminars, 30 mins. long each:
At 3 pm: Medicare Updates
4:30 pm: Employer Updates
6 pm: Individual Affordable Care Updates
General Questions and information available, free.
Do you need to know if you are registered to vote in the Nov. 4th election?
Do you need to know the location of where you vote?
Check out this website to get your answers:
or call: Franklin County Clerk Office: 785- 229-3410
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:
Winter’s Frost , volume 2 of The Oath Sage by Karlie Mavre, has just been released. You may meet the author, and get a signed copy of the her books. Stop by between the hours of 4:30 and 6 pm on Wednesday, Oct. 15th. We will have refreshments, you can talk to the author and find out what inspires her.
If you are interested in learning a portable and relaxing handcraft give us a call at 242-3080. We have 4 nights of class, starting tonight that will teach you English Paper Piecing and Applique. Tonight, Thursday 6-8 pm at Ottawa Library, next 3 Thursday nights in October. Learn to make a Dresden Plate block that will be useful in many different projects you choose. Templates will be provided. This class is for Adults.
Local Archivist, Susan Geiss, will present “Ottawa’s 150 Year History” here at the Library on Wednesday, Sept. 24th. at 6:30 pm.
Susan has collected photographs, memoirs, manuscripts, letters and more and has pieced together a chronicle of the town. Please join us in the Commissioners room on Wednesday the 24th, this is sure to be a program of entertainment and education.
This program is brought to us in part by the Kansas Humanities Council.