Friday, September 7, 2012

eBooks and Pizza Dough at the Library?!

     We've got a quick post today, folks--school calls my name. Loudly. Tapping its foot and threatening bad marks. However, you'll want to hear this news!
     Yesterday, September 6, 2012, the Lake County Library welcomed over 1,000 to the friendly catalogue...Yay! For! Us! Through Overdrive, the same program that provides audio books, we patrons can now choose from over 1,000 eBooks. They are compatible with Kindles, Nooks, I-pads and other electronic readers. You can check it out here, at the Lake County Library page. If you want to read more about it online through the Record Bee, you can do that here.
     MEN and WOMEN: do you want to know how to make pizza dough (regular and gluten free), hamburger and hot dog buns? You can learn in a free class on Saturday, Sept 8th (tomorrow) from 2-4PM at the Lakeport Library. This class is especially aimed towards men, because several specifically requested it. So, men, don't be shy! (However, women, I'm still going, so you can come too! :)
     Hope to see you there, friends!

Photo Information: Martouf. "Light and shadow on an Irex iLiad ebook reader. Electronic paper. Electrophoretic display." Wikimmedia Commons. Accessed 7 September 2012.

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