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Library News for December 21, 2012

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The library will be closed on Monday and Tuesday, December 24th and 25th.  Happy Holidays!

Holiday Giving and Fines Reduction: 

Throughout December, the library will be accepting donations for the Capital Area Food Bank.  For every item you donate, we will reduce your library overdue fine by $1 for up to 1/2 of your total overdue debt.  

Fines for damaged or lost items cannot be reduced.

What's Happening This Week:

Friday, December 21: No Programs, open regular hours 

Saturday, December 22: No Programs, open regular hours 

Sunday, December 23: No Programs, open regular hours 

Monday, December 24: Library Closed

Tuesday, December 25:  Library Closed

Wednesday, December 26:  No Programs, open regular hours

Thursday, December 27: No Programs, open regular hours

Friday, December 28: No Programs, open regular hours

Saturday, December 29: No Programs, open regular hours

Sunday, December 30:  No Programs, open regular hours

Monday, December 31: No Programs, early close at 4pm

Tuesday, January 1: Library Closed

Wednesday, January 2: open regular hours

  • 6pm Learn a Language Online

Thursday, January 3: 

  • 7pm WWW Bookclub

Friday, January 4:

  • 10am Toddler Storytime
  • 10:45 Preschool Storytime

Saturday, January 5:

  • 10:30am PowerPoint Intermediate (registration required)
  • 11am Storytime
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15001 Wells Port Drive
Austin, TX  78728

Monday-Thursday:  10am-8pm

 Friday & Saturday: 10am-6pm

 Sunday: 1pm-6pm

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