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WEEKLY PROGRAMS - ... Genealogy Help Available -- Monday 9am; Genealogy Help Available -- Tuesday 9am; Story Time --- Thursdays 4pm; GED Preparation Study --- Thursdays 3pm; ESL---Saturdays 10:00. COME JOIN US!

Monday, August 15, 2011

Summer programs are a success

Learn with us. During the month of September, we are offering a free Basic Computer Class on Thursday evenings. If you can’t take advantage of a day class, we will offer this night class. Limited seating is available so you must pre-register. Please call 903.856.3302 to sign up now.

Thanks to our sponsors, friends, and you (yes, you!), our summer programs were awesome this year. Thirteen programs were provided to the public, 300 pounds of food were collected for local food pantries through our program attendance and "Food for Fines" initiative, and 65 sets of school supplies were given away. We offer a very special thank you to the Friends of the Library and Jeannie Campbell, our Story Lady for their support this summer. Pittsburg continues to be the most kindhearted and giving community. We do not do this alone, but with an abundance of help and helpers.

The 4th annual Friends of the Library 5K Fun Run Walk or Crawl will be September 17, 2011 at City Park on Texas Street. Call 903.856.3302 for details or swing by the website at http://www.pittsburglibrary.org for more information.

The library has added Helpful Homework Links to our Facebook page. Check them out, (the link is on the left), and please let us know if a link is broken. The direct link is http://on.fb.me/o0TWCg .

Check out the list of “STORES WITH SENIOR DISCOUNTS” on our blog. Here is the link:  http://bit.ly/nkwuji .


New large print mysteries include: “Dead By Morning” by Beverly Barton; “Smash Cut” by Sandra Brown; “Angels & Demons” by Dan Brown; “Mobbed” by Carol Higgins Clark; “Spider Web” by Earlene Fowler; “Fallen” by Karin Slaughter; “One Was A Soldier” by Julia Spencer-Fleming; “Monument To Murder” by Margaret Truman; “Over Her Dead Body” by Kate White
New large print westerns include: “Peyton” by Max Brand; “The Devil’s Winchester” by Peter Brandvold; “Death Rides The Rio” by Jackson Cole; “Rider On The Buckskin” by Peter Dawson; “Outlaw's Promise” by Ray Hogan; “Matt Jensen, The Last Mountain Man: Dakota Ambush” by William Johnstone; “Big Gundown: The Loner” by J. A. Johnstone; “Glory Riders” by Louis L'Amour; “Sonora Noose” by Jackson Lowry.  

For renewals, reserves, or to submit memorials, please contact the Public Library at 613 Quitman Street, Pittsburg, Texas 75686, 903-856-3302 or email us. Subscribe to our twitter feed, or 'Like' us on Facebook.

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