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NEST 529 Scholarship Drawing Shows How Books Are Just the Beginning in Nebraska Libraries
Fifteen young readers, five in each of Nebraska’s three congressional districts, will be randomly drawn from those who complete a library summer reading program. Each winner will receive $529 in a NEST college savings account. As places for learning, libraries are a natural partner for NEST—helping to illustrate the importance of children and their parents setting aside […]
Books Are Just the Beginning with Movies at Valparaiso Public Library
SATURDAY KIDS’ MOVIE PARTY is fun for the whole family at Valparaiso Public Library. A fun activity, free popcorn, and a movie every second Saturday, all summer long. Find out more at http://libraries.ne.gov/valparaiso/2015/05/13/put-these-june-july-aug-saturday-movies-on-your-calendar/
Financial Education at Lyons Public Library Demonstrates that Books Are Just the Beginning
Financial education activities supported in part by a grant from Smart Investing @ your library, a partnership between the American Library Association and the FINRA Investor Education Foundation are planned for Lyons NE on May 14 and June 11. Can’t get to Lyons? Nebraskans can still try out free online curriculum. Comment below (with your […]

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.

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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