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We have received Michigan Tax booklets.  We will post here when Federal tax forms arrive.  For now, you may download tax forms at
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March Book Group
Our monthly book group will be meeting on Thursday, March 12 at 7:00 pm and will be discussing Please Look after Mom by Kyung-sook Shin. Sue Parker-Carter will lead the discussion and will serve a yummy dessert.

March Movie Matinee!

In this animated action packed comedy adventure, friends Baymax, Hiro and assorted friends are transformed into high-tech heroes! Join us on Saturday, March 21 at 1:15 for popcorn and water. ( Call us for the movie's title!)


Check out the art display cases near the bookstacks
Currently on display: Wood-fired ceramic pieces by local artist Catherine Stasevich. They are both functional and decorative, and inspired by nature. Click here for her Artist Statement. Price lists are available at both Circulation Desks.


Books into Movies
Next time you're in the library (and warming yourself by the fire), notice the display of books that have been turned into movies and will be released this year.
This is just a sample of the books you can check out and read before the movie comes out!


  --  Child 44 by Tom Rob Smith - due out April
  --  Far from the madding crowd by Thomas Hardy - due out May
  --  Paper Towns by John Green - due out June

  --  A Walk in the woods: rediscovering the Appalachian Trail by Bill Bryson - due out August
  --  Frankenstein by Mary Shelley due in October

  -- A hologram for the king by Dave Eggers - due out November

Staying home more? We've got LOTS of videos!

  --  Elementary
  --  Orange is the new Black
  --  Sleepy Hollow


   


Call First During Bad Weather
 
If you plan a trip to the library, please call first and speak with someone BEFORE you venture out when road conditions are bad.
 
If Gull Lake Schools are closed because of bad weather, that does not automatically mean the library is closed. Call us and find out!
 

Check out an eReader
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We have two Nooks and four Kindles--all pre-loaded with popular fiction for check-out to Richland Residents or paid members.  You can place holds on these through our online catalog on the horizontal dropdown menu.