BOLIVAR FREE LIBRARY'S PUMPKIN BONANZA!!!
Once again we need help decorating the library for Fall. Have your child choose one of his/her favorite storybook characters and turn a pumpkin into that character. There are so many to choose from; Pigeon, Piggy, Arthur, Curious George, Cat in the Hat, Harry Potter, Peter Pan, Snow White, Super hero, Llama Llama, and the ideas go on. Help your child create a character and bring the pumpkin to the library during the week of October 19th. We will display these pumpkins throughout the library. All participants will receive a small gift plus the top 3 pumpkin characters selected by the patrons will receive an additional gift. So go to work and help make the library a fascinating place to visit.
Check out the Freegal music link!!!! Something very new to libraries! Just use your library card and password and you are able to download three free songs per week and keep the music forever plus three hours of commercial free streaming per day. If you need help or need a library card, call or come into the library and we will do our best to assist you. "Free" doesn't come our way very often, so make use of the library's services.
|WEB REFERENCE DATABASES|
|Access these resources at the Bolivar Free Library or at home
|Access to these online subscription database resources is available 24 hours a day with a valid library card. If needed, log-in with your 13-digit library card number.|
Databases are funded through NOVEL or as starred above.
What is NOVEL? A suite of electronic databases that enables libraries across New York State to give their communities online access to the full text of hundreds of journals, newspapers and other references.
How is NOVEL funded? NOVEL is funded through a Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) grant to the NYS library from the Federal Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS).
What do you need to access NOVEL databases from the STLS Website? The 13 or 14-digit borrower id from your library card.
* Access provided through NY State Library regional funding