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It's the Right Month to Get Your Library Card at the LPL

by Mark Bialczak | 3 months ago

With the arrival of September, the perfect topic to start this week's column for the community Eagle Newspapers is how it's a great time to secure that library card at the LPL.

The American Library Association has designated September as National Library Card Sign-Up Month, and we're all in.

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September is National Library Card Sign-Up Month, and we’re celebrating at the Liverpool Public Library with a drawing for potential prizes for everybody aged 5 and over who signs up for an LPL card.

It’s easy to get your card, at the Information @ LPL Desk or online. Find information about what you need for the card here. Find how and why to get it online here.

From Sept. 7 to Oct. 31, adults can participate in Fall into Reading! Fall 2021 Adult Reading Club. This fellowship of reading will allow anybody who registers to participate at an individual pace, with challenges, missions and prizes for reading.

During the week of Sept. 26 to Oct. 2, our staff will help patrons get into Banned Books Week 2021. Books Unite Us, Censorship Divides us focuses on how much the freedom to choose what we read means to all, with activities throughout the library and community.

Find our September and October events on the calendar page of our website www.lpl.org/events/programs-and-events/events-calendar and in the pages of our latest Program Guide www.lpl.org/events/programs-and-events/program-guide/.

Starting Tuesday, Sept. 7, the LPL begins its expanded hours. We’ll be open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sundays.

As we start September, LPL staffers thank all community members who participated in Let’s Read, Liverpool! More than 1,000 people pledged to make reading more meaningful this summer!

Events throughout June, July and August drew attentive, engaged people of all ages to the library and the Community Engagement LPL2Go Book Bike Cart at various spots in the community.

The return of Tie Dye on the Lawn after skipping last year, for instance, filled all the available spots for the Dinosaur Garden lawn on Monday, Aug. 23, with a robust showing the following Wednesday for the first-ever Tie Dye Fashion Show as well.