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Genealogy Class at Library in Wausa
Learn about researching your family tree. Books Are Just the Beginning at the Lied Lincoln Township Library in Wausa and Genealogy Research classes demonstrate it. For more information see http://libraries.ne.gov/wausalibrary/2016/06/02/genealogy-101-class/
Fremont Library Offers Exhibit to Help Children Envision Their Future
Books Are Just the Beginning at the Keene Memorial Library in Fremont and The Fantastic Future Me tour proves it. This interactive exhibit where children envision themselves in future roles by creating personalized, one-of-a-kind avatars kicks off with an open house with representatives from different career paths sharing with  kids and their parents about what it’s like to […]
Blender Bikes Courtesy Loup City Public Library and University of Nebraska Extension
Books are Just the Beginning with  Pedal and Make Smoothies. Loup City Public Library will host Blender Bikes from the local Extension office. Kayla Henrichs will have the bikes at the library June 2nd from 9:30-10:30! Local kids can have fun at the Summer Reading Program and make smoothies on the bikes. Learn more at http://libraries.ne.gov/loupcity/2016/05/17/blender-bikes-june-2nd

In Nebraska Libraries: Books are Just the Beginning

Libraries across Nebraska offer so much to the community! Our libraries offer books and so much more–digital resources (including eBooks and audiobooks), access to computers with broadband connection, community events and activities, and recreational resources. Nebraska libraries are lifelong educational partners in our Nebraska communities.

Click on Library Directory (left) to find libraries near you.

Check out Library Blog Posts (right) for details on activities that demonstrate that In Nebraska Libraries: Books are Just the Beginning. Please feel free to comment on the Blog Posts–no need to sign in to comment.

See Nebraska Libraries in the News (below) to see how libraries all across Nebraska are evolving to meet the needs of their communities.

 

Nebraska Libraries in the News