Paris Public Library reduced its DVD late fees from 50 cents per day to 10 cents per day, beginning Sept. 16. Now all Paris Public Library books, audiobooks, DVDs, and magazines have the same 10 cent per day late fee.
Do you have prior late DVD fees on your library card record? You may pay the new rate on Paris DVD late fees charged to your account before Sept. 16. (In other words, we'll divide the old late fee by 5.) Have overdue DVDs at home? Bring them back and owe only 10 cents per day.
Registration is now open for Paris Public Library’s Fall storyhour series. Storyhour is a weekly program of stories, songs, and simple crafts for children ages 3, 4, and 5.
It meets 10:30-11:15 on Wednesday mornings, from October 21 through December 9, except school holidays. Children who are aged 3 and older by Oct. 1, 2015 may attend.
Register at the library or by calling 463-3950. Paris Public Library hours are Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 10am-6pm; Tuesday and Thursday 10am-8pm; and Saturday 10am-4pm.
. . . that you have access to thousands of ebooks and e-audiobooks using your library card? You can check out these at MyMediaMall (Overdrive) and 3M.
. . . that you can explore WorldBookOnline, find auto repair information at Chilton Library.com, and search for magazine articles at Popular Magazines all from our website -- at home with your library card or at the library without a card?
. . . that you can research your family tree on Ancestry.com or help your young child with early skills at ABCMouse free, without a library card, at the library?
. . . that you can find answers to legal problems in Legal Self-Help Center in the library or at home, without a library card?
Our Book Club meets in the library's Gibson Room at 5pm on the 3rd Thursday of each month. The group has chosen a wide variety of books to read and discuss in the coming months. Everyone is welcome. All you have to do is read the book and come to the discussion.
October 15, 5pm
Go Set a Watchman, by Harper Lee
Paris Public Library now offers ABCmouse.com on our public computers and on your own laptop or other wireless device while in the library.
The award-winning ABCmouse.com curriculum is designed to help young children (ages 2-6+) build a strong foundation for future academic success. ABCmouse.com is 100% educational, with 3,500+ learning activities across all major subject areas—reading, math, science, social studies, art, and music.
Best of all, kids love it and it’s free to use in this library!