wowbrary_ad_awe_300x300The Centralia Regional Library District buys many thousands of new books, movies, and CDs each year and is proud to now offer you weekly email alerts showing you the newest books, DVDs, CDs, and audio books that we purchase each week. We hope you’ll enjoy hearing about the many exciting bestsellers, movies, music, and recorded books almost the very moment they arrive at the library.
 
Whenever you spot something of interest, you’ll be able to click instantly, reserve it, and check it out at your convenience. And of course, like everything else in the library, this service is free!     

To get started and see what the emails look like, just visit wowbrary.org You can quit the weekly emails any time you wish.


Gift Ideas @ your library

We have Friends of the Library hard cover, spiral bound cookbooks and our 2014 Christmas music CDs featuring hometown artists both reduced to $5 each.  We also have a few tooth fairy dolls, tooth gremlins, and ghosts for $10-12 with proceeds going for the Interactive Wall Project in the Youth Department’s Learning Center.

All items can be purchased at the Main Library’s circulation counter. Check out the flyer for more details.

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IRS “Get Ready” Information

The IRS has launched a “Get Ready” communications and outreach campaign to educate as many taxpayers as possible about steps they can take in December regarding changes that could affect their ability to timely file their tax returns and get their refunds as quickly as possible. Go to  www.IRS.gov/getready to find out what you can do before the first of the new year.


January Library Closings

All libraries in the district will be closed on Monday, January 16, in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Thursday, January 19 the Main Library in Centralia and the Odin Library will not open until 1:00 pm.


circle time.gifNext Preschool Circle Time on Saturday, January 7

Preschool Circle Time is held the 1st & 3rd Saturdays of each month at 2:00 pm. Circle Time includes stories, crafts, songs and/or discovery time for children ages five and under with an adult; and usually lasts for 30 minutes.