Notice of Library Closure

The library will be closed Monday, February 15, 2016 – Presidents’ Day.

YA Blind Date With a Book

Teens – Come to our YA area and choose a wrapped book from our display. Read the book, then submit a review on or before March 21st for a chance to win a prize!

New! Digital Magazine Readers in our Periodicals Area

Reading Digital Magazines at the Library has never been easier! From our Digital Magazine Readers in our Periodicals Area, simply select Online Services, then select Flipster Magazines. You can select a category or scroll through all magazines. Make your selection and begin reading! It’s that simple!

Looking for Basic Tech Help?

Back By Popular Demand-March 14th -April 18th 2016 The JPL is looking for adults who want assistance with tech gadgets such as digital cameras, smartphones, etc. You must be able to commit to weekly one-on-one tutoring sessions with a teen volunteer. Bring any portable equipment to your tutoring sessions. Registration is ongoing until March 1st.  …(More)

Hello! It’s Adele

Adele’s newest album, 25, is available to download from the JPL! Simply download the Freegal music app, and enter your library card. Remember, there is a weekly limit of downloading 7 songs per library card. Per the streaming embargo, you may currently only download the songs. Questions? Contact the Reference Desk.

Winter Loans. . . Take us along on your travels!

Going on a winter vacation? Take a book with you. Four-week adult fiction may be checked out beginning December 14, 2015. Books will be due back March 14, 2016. Ask for a winter loan at the Circulation Desk.

Unlimited Streaming from Freegal Music

JPL patrons, try Unlimited Streaming* from Freegal Music. Simply set up a playlist of your favorite songs and start listening. You’ll have access to 8 million songs with your Jericho library card. *Streaming does not count against the 7 songs that can be downloaded per week. Click here to learn more.

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