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CosPlay at the Library May 30

Our Second Annual CosPlay Day will be Saturday, May 30, from 3-6 p.m. Ages 10-18 are welcome to come in costume, or we'll have materials to make a fabulous costume. Anime and snacks, too. Call the Library for details.


Friends of the Library Annual meeting June 17

On June 17 at 5:30 p.m. join the Friends of the Fitchburg Public Library for a brief meeting including election of officers for the next year, followed by a showing of a recent movie starring Reese Witherspoon as an intrepid hiker. Those who join the Friends or renew membership for 2015-16 are welcome. Doors open at 5:30 for those who are joining or renewing before the event. The Annual Meeting starts at 5:45, in the library auditorium.


mini-golfMini-Golf a Big Success!

The Friends of the Library's mini-golf event this past Saturday and Sunday was a huge success, with over 200 people attending! Congratulations to all the coffee-can auction winners. Join the Friends of the Library and share in the fun.


Check out the Library's new Resume Software

Looking for work, or to change jobs? The library has recently purchased WinWay Resume Builder software that will write and format your resume, and even audit your existing resume for common mistakes.

Resume Builder has been installed on all the Library's public computers, and can be used free of charge. Bring your Library card and a flash drive, or you can email your resume to yourself from the Library. Thanks to Staples for the grant that made this purchase possible.


Homework Center Opens in the Youth Library

Every Monday and Wednesday, 3:30-5 p.m., the Homework Center is the place to work on projects. We have 4 dedicated computers, free b&w prints (color are 25 cents), online and print references, and a dedicated staff member to assist you.


Friends Book Sale each First Monday

Don't forget to visit the Book Sale each first Monday of the month, from Noon to 7 p.m. Your purchases support the Friends of the Fitchburg Public Library.


 


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Learn a Language Online!

We now have a new online program to help you learn a new language. It includes lessons, games, cultural programs, games and interactive quizes. You can learn Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, French, and even Sign Language. People who want to improve their English can also use it. Check out ROCKET LANGUAGES to learn more about this fantastic program. You will need to log in with your Fitchburg Public Library card number, so have it handy!


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