Note: This article is part of the Fall 2017 Springdale Newsletter. To check out the full newsletter, please click here.
Fall into the Springdale Public Library
School is back in session and the Springdale Public Library wants to make sure every opportunity is given to kids to succeed during the school year. That’s why the library has free online resources available for preschool and school-age children that help build math, arts, science, social studies, and English skills.
Need help with research papers and school projects? You can access our online resources from a computer at home or in the library. Find newspaper and magazine articles and research on almost any topic – geology, history, science, and more with our newest resource, Ebsco Discovery.
The Library also has online resources for academic and licensing tests through Learning Express Library and the Testing and Education Reference Center. Your child can take practice tests for elementary and high school standardized tests and for college entrance exams, including ACT and SAT.
The Springdale Public Library also has exciting new programs and events for adults this fall. Adulting 101 is your go-to program to learn the basic life skills necessary to be a responsible adult. The program will include a variety of topics, such as creating schedules, life organizing, meal planning, budgeting, and more. Adulting 101 meets at 6 p.m. every second Tuesday of the month.
The Library will also host Indie Author Day 2-4 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 4. This event highlights local authors in and around the Springdale area and will offer a wide variety of genres, subjects, and backgrounds. Selected authors will participate in author readings and Q&A sessions. Author book sales and signings will be held in the Library Gallery.
The Library is located at 405 S. Pleasant St. in Springdale and offers faxing, scanning, and printing services, free notary public service, and free public computer access.
Library cards are free to anyone living, working, owning property or going to school in Washington County. For more information about library programs and services, please visit our website at www.springdalelibrary.org.