1) Full-time Custodial/Facilities Maintenance Position Open. Seeking a hard-working, motivated person to do cleaning, maintenance, landscaping, room set-ups, and more. Reports to the Facilities Manager. Days, and some evening and weekend hours as assigned. For a complete Job Description and Qualifications click here.
2) Head of Reader Services. Full-time professional position. Oversees the Reader Services and Circulation Department, including supervising staff of 12; managing collection development for adult fiction, genres and media collections; setting policy and procedures for circulation services; developing programming and publicity; advises the Library Director and serves on the management team. Requirement: Master's in Library Science from an ALA-accredited institution.
Tax forms: We now have the 1040A and 1040EZ forms but we do not have the instruction booklets. If you need forms right away, please got to www.irs.gov and click on forms and pub.(Federal Forms) Mass Resident and Non-resident forms & instructions are available. Copies are limited to one per person please.
A program for photography buffs and history lovers - February 25th 7:00 - 8:30 PM As part of our series on creativity, Methuen resident Bob Lussier will speak on his work as a photographer and specifically on "Preserving History Through Photography." As he discusses his personal journey to the realization of the importance of photographing the local mills, he will encourage you to think of how you can use your interests (children, garden, pets) to fuel your inner photographer. He will be presenting examples of his work and will also answer technical questions about photography. Click here to sign up
New Cookbook Club!! 1st Meeting is Tuesday, February 17th at 7:00 pm in the Trustee Room.
Check out a copy of the selected book at the library, first month is appetizers, pick a recipe, (we keep track to avoid duplicates) and prepare it for the program. We’ll sample lots of good food, talk about what worked, what didn’t, how to make it easier and healthier. Click here to register
For more information contact Patricia Graham @ 978-686-4080 ext 16 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
e-Book Information Night February 18th from 7:00 PM- 8:30 PM
Kirsten Underwood, Head of Reference, will answer your e-book questions and explain the many ways that the library can help you download books for free! Contact Kirsten at 978-686-4080 x 14 for more information.
Art Lessons: Learning From Our Creative Experiences - March 16th from 7:00-8:30 PM
Join Susan Kapuscinski Gaylord for a talk about art and creativity. Susan believes that everyone is creative and that exercising our creativity makes us happer and more fully human. In this illustrated talk she shares her 35 year history in the arts (calligraphy, book-making, digital compositions) and the hard-won truths she has learned: the importance of patience, the development of the critical eye, making peace with the desire for perfection, and the idea that an artist's best teacher is the work itself. Her goal is to put the audience in touch with their own creative experiences whether they be art, crafts, music, writing, cooking, gardening, fashion, or home decorating. Click here to register
For more information contact Beth Safford at 978-686-4080 x 12