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Exciting book discussion

Branch: 
Quincy

Anyone is welcome to attend a book discussion Saturday, March 17 from 10-noon regarding "The Hunger Games" by Suzanne Collins. This intriguing first book of a trilogy is capturing the attention of all ages.

BDL Board Meeting Rescheduled

Branch: 
District

NOTICE

The February Meeting of the Branch District Library Board of Trustees has been rescheduled to Monday, February 27, 2012 at 6:00pm, due to the lack of a quorum at the February 20 meeting.

This meeting will be in the meeting room at the Coldwater Branch Library.

One Book, One County

Branch: 
District

This year we are pleased to announce that our book selection for our One Book, One County series is The Hunger Games, by Suzanne Collins. Check out our Hunger Games page for all the details, including our movie ticket giveaway.

Return on Investment Calculator

Branch: 
District

Did you know that you really get a lot of bang for your buck from your public library? The average property-owning taxpayer in Branch county pays a little more than $20 each year in taxes to support library services. If you check out 1 hardback book in a year, you've already got more from the library than you put in. Check out our Return on Investment Calculator to see just how much value you get from your tax dollar investment.

SOPA and PIPA Internet Blackouts

Branch: 
District

Wikipedia, reddit, Craiglist, and many others are blacking out their sites today, Wednesday January 18, 2012, in protest of the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and Protect IP Act (PIPA), and even more sites are staying open but protesting. SOPA AND PIPA are two bills in the United States legislature designed to stop online piracy and copyright infringement that protestors believe would fundamentally alter the Internet, placing far too much power in the hands of content owners and the government at the expense of everyday users.

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