One of the things I have been doing lately is reading a good book and posting a review in our online catalog. If you are familiar with our online catalog, you know that you can read posted reviews for just about any title you are looking for. If you didn't know about the reviews, then you should look for them the next time you visit the website and use the online catalog.
I always wanted to learn a third language. For some reason, I’ve always wanted to travel to Spain and to be able to converse in Spanish. I am taking an evening class, and I’m really enjoying it.
I feel like I am learning a lot. I’m also practicing my Spanish with the library’s Research Databases using Mango Languages. Mango’s online language focuses on teaching actual conversation skills. It’s like having your very own personal instructor.
It’s almost time for my favorite show of the year, The Auto Show at Bartle Hall in downtown Kansas City. For anyone who enjoys seeing all the new cars & trucks, this is a don’t miss event. It runs from March 2nd – March 6th, 2011. Several of the brands I really like have made substantial upgrades to their models this year, and I’m anxious to see the changes.
The Excelsior Springs Branch is offering two special programs that will take a look at our past. The first program will take a look at life in 19th Century Ray County. You will get a chance to see artifacts and clothing from the 1800’s, as well as learn more about life during this time period. This program is called Ray County in the 1800’s and it takes place on Thursday, March 3rd at 6:30 pm.
Hi, my name is Mariah, and I am addicted to sending and receiving postcards.
I wasn’t always obsessed. I used to think postcards were something you bought on vacation and sent to friends and family. What would I need with them in my daily life?
And then, I found the amazingly fun, free service Postcrossing.com. Queue my addiction!
Postcrossing.com is a postcard exchange website connecting postcard fans all over the world! In the time I’ve been a member (2 years in March), I have sent 500 cards to 64 different countries and received that many back.
One day while I was greeting customers at the Liberty Branch, a lady told me she had just finished reading the book, Hannah’s List. Since I had never read a book by the author Debbie Macomber, I decided to give it a try.