The library publishes occasional email newsletters (news updates, really) to keep you informed of upcoming events and important news.
Why an email newsletter?
While it’s true that all library events are posted on the Event Calendar, and library news is posted in our Blog, our email newsletter can serve as a helpful complement to those two information sources. Choosing to receive the newsletter is an easy way to be reminded of what is happening at the library.
To subscribe to the newsletter, please use the form below. It’s a simple process.
- Enter your name
- Enter a valid email address
- Click the “Subscribe” button
- Check your in-box for a conformation email
- Click on the conformation link in that email to complete the subscription
Are you currently a newsletter subscriber but would like to unsubscribe? It’s easy. Just click on the unsubscribe link at the bottom of any library newsletter. You will be directed to a web page where you can either modify your subscription or unsubscribe completely. If you choose to unsubscribe, your name and email address will be permanently removed from all lists. No records will be kept.
Modify your subscription
Do you wish to change the newsletter lists to which you currently subscribe? Click on the unsubscribe link at the bottom of any library newsletter and you will be directed to a web page where you can edit your subscription.
Did you know that you can also subscribe to our Blog posts via RSS? Subscribing means you can choose to either receive automatic emails containing blog content whenever new entries are posted, or have an automatically updated “Live Bookmark” placed on your web browser’s toolbar. Just click here to subscribe.
And remember, we will never, ever, share your email address or post it on our site.
Upcoming EventsView our Event Calendar to find out about everything happening at the library. Open hours, programs, book clubs, concerts, benefits, and more. It’s all listed. Event Calendar >>
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