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LizzHello!  I'm Lizz, the WCLS Community Relations Coordinator. On this page, read about WCLS news and announcements. If you need assistance, always feel free to drop me a line. 

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The WCLS "Pop-up" Library Print Email

Pop-up LibraryImagine browsing at the local farmer’s market and suddenly you see … the library! Not just a display table filled with brochures and newsletters but an actual mini-library with materials to check out,

Library Cards Open the World to Children Print Email

The Smartest Card logoAs students head back to school this September, we encourage parents to visit their local public library and make sure their children and teens sign up for the most important school supply of all – a library card. 

Library Snapshot Day 2013 Print Email

2 kids readingOn April 20, all the community libraries of the Whatcom County Library System participated in “Snapshot: One Day in the Life of Washington Libraries” during National Library Week.

Homework Troubles? Get HelpNow! Print Email

HelpNow logoWCLS is excited to announce the launch of HelpNow™ by Brainfuse. It is on demand, anytime, anywhere eLearning for all ages and levels.

Six Grants Awarded by WCL Foundation Print Email

Foundation logoThe Whatcom County Library Foundation Board recently awarded the following grants at its February 13, 2013 director’s meeting:

Hot Lists! eNewsletters Help You Find Your Next Great Read! Print Email

Hot Lists logoYou’ve just finished a book and you’re sorry to see it end. What will you read next? Finding your next great read may be as simple as opening email! Subscribe to one of our Hot Lists eNewsletters and get great reading ideas delivered to your email box monthly (bestsellers = weekly). 

eBooks and Public Libraries - Working on the Partnership Print Email

Yes, WCLS has eBooks for you to borrow, but you may be wondering why there aren’t more eBooks available from the library, why you have to wait for eBooks, or why some bestsellers aren’t available at all? Here are some answers:

Celebrate the Freedom to Read Print Email

Liberty holding a bookSeptember 30 to October 6 marks the 30th anniversary of the annual celebration of the freedom to read in the United States. Held during the last week of September, Banned Books Week highlights your freedom

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