You may have noticed recent TV ads, signs etc for Give Ozarks Day on May 3 from Midnight to Midnight. The event is held by Community Foundation of the Ozarks (CFO). Both Marshfield and Rogersville libraries have funds with CFO and will take part in the day of giving. This is the first time we are taking part and will try a small campaign. Donors can make a minimum $5.00 donation online through the site giveozarks.org and searching in the Search Box for Rogersville Library or Garst.
Links donation site:
Our circulation system, Evergreen, will be upgraded this weekend, 17 and 18 January, Sunday and Monday. It should be completed by Tuesday morning.
Small downside: Our online catalog and MOLib2Go (eBooks & eAudio) will also be down during the same time period. Our catalog will be down because of the upgrade and MOLib2Go will be down because our patron’s accounts are authenticated against the Evergreen database.
Most of the changes will only change the way our staff does things.
On 1 September 2015 our hours of operation for Marshfield and Rogersville are changing:
Due to decreases in state funding we were not able to renew our subscription to Chilton Library - the automotive repair information database. Our website has been updated and the links removed.
The Webster County Library will launch a new classic film viewing program, “It’s Showtime”, on January 20th at 9:30 with the film “Harvey” starring James Stewart. On the 27th, watch the movie that garnered Joanne Woodward an Oscar; “The Three Faces of Eve.” The following weeks feature two well-known duos: “It Happened One Night” with Clark Gable and Claudette Colbert on February 3rd, and on the 10th, Bogart & Bacall in “Key Largo”. The