The Library is now accepting applications for the position of Librarian I through April 18th. Click here for the detailed job posting and application instructions.
Calmer, Happier, More Secure Kids
Wednesday, April 1, 7-9 pm. Lisa Rooney will give tips on simplifying your home environment, creating more family connections, slowing down the pace of life, and much more. Learn the power of simplicity parenting! Registration requested.
Sunday, April 19, 2-3:30 pm. Lisa Howard, author of The Cultured Cook blog, will help you discover how delicious gluten-free can be. Her new cookbook, “Healthier Gluten-Free,” will be available for purchase. Registration requested
Federal Tax Forms Update
We have received news that the number and type of federal tax forms that will be provided to libraries has been greatly reduced. We will not receive the instruction booklets that we ordered as well as many other schedules and forms. Please read this letter for more details. Tax forms can be downloaded from IRS.gov/Forms and they can also be ordered for home delivery by calling 1-800-829-3676 or visiting IRS.gov/orderforms. For assistance in preparing your taxes see our Income Tax Forms page.
What to Read Next?
Not sure what book to read next? Every week the youth staff posts new reviews of books on the Ask Me What I'm Reading page. There are also plenty of teen and adult lists to choose from.
The Library will be closed on April 5, 2015 for Easter Sunday. The drive-up book drop is always open for returns.
Watercolor Paintings: Meet the Artists
Saturday, April 18, 1-3 pm in the Brecon Room. Paintings by students of Taylor Jacobsen's Watercolor Class are on display, and many are available for sale.
Meet the artists in this public reception.
Wild Bird Discovery
Sunday, April 19, 2 pm.
Ken Thompson's sculpture is located near the detention pond behind the library. It features a Great Blue Heron, a Wild Turkey, a Red-tailed Hawk, and a half-circle with 16 panels of native Michigan birds. A poem will be added to the installation and refreshments will be served. Click here for details.
Digital Media Download and stream books, audiobooks, movies, magazines and more for free with your library card. Find out how to get the apps and more by visiting the Downloads page.
Alternative Reading Formats
The library offers many large print and audio books. The Washtenaw Library for the Blind and Physically Disabled also has a free service for all eligible individuals in Washtenaw County that includes an enormous collection, and most materials can be downloaded or mailed for free.
Saline Historic Homes
Explore a new digital collection of hundreds of Saline's historic homes. Browse through the pictures or search by address or keyword. Check out the Saline History tab for more resources.