Library News

The project this week at Clearwater Memorial Public Library was “Old McDonald.”

Clearwater Memorial Public Library’s recent application for the Rural Libraries Connection Idahoans via Wi-Fi Hotspots Grant has been APPROVED by the Idaho Commission for Libraries!! This state-of-the-art Cisco Meraki network equipment is capable of symmetrical gigabit speeds, including indoor and outdoor wireless access points. ICFL staff will coordinate with us to prepare for installing and configuring the new network equipment at the library. Very exciting news for our community.

The other good news, beginning Sept. 21, we will be restarting our courier service between all the Valnet libraries! What this means is that you can now request books from other libraries.  It may be a little slower process as there will still be quarantine and cleaning time involved.  Please check your holds/requests list to make sure you still want the items you may have requested before the shut-down.

New items to our library include: DVDs - Yellowstone, season two; The Last Ship, season five. In movies – A.I. Rising and live action Dora and the Lost City of Gold. New books include – The Never Game by Jeffery Deaver and Big Summer by Jennifer Weiner. In Non-Fiction, we have The Room Where It Happened by John Bolton and The Intermediary by local author Lin Cannell. For a complete list of new items go to the Clearwater Memorial Library website.  From the “my account tab, click on “new items” in the blue bar... it’s that easy!

Weekly kids crafts continue this week with Old MacDonald. Call the library at 208-476-3411 to request your packets.

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