Access MyHeritage Library Edition FREE Through Central City Public Library!

You’ll have access to their huge database of more than 9 billion historic records and includesĀ 3 billion exclusive family tree profiles from MyHeritage and Geni.
Here’s a link to a bunch of other cool genealogy-related websites to access as well:Ā
*TheĀ Nebraska Library CommissionĀ purchases subscriptions for Nebraskans with funding from the State of Nebraska and theĀ Institute of Museum and Library Services.

CC Public Library to Host Maker Showcase on Wednesday, June 5 at 4:00pm-6:00pm!

Would you like to see some of the COOL THINGS that are being created in our MAKERSPACE?!

If so, stop by our Maker Showcase on Wednesday, June 5 @ 4:00pm-6:00pm.
You’ll also have the opportunity to sign up for future classes…. all while munching on delicious refreshments!šŸŖšŸŖšŸŖšŸŖ
Equipment: Mobile Kits:
3D PrinterĀ  Ā  Button Maker
Heat PressĀ  Ā  Ā Music & Recording Kit
Embroidery Sewing MachineĀ  Ā  Ā  Camera & Green Screen Kit
CNC Wood RouterĀ  Ā  Ā  Makey Makey Kit
Graphtec Vinyl CutterĀ  Ā  LEGO Mindstorms Kit
Laser CutterĀ  Ā  Ā  Ā  Sparkfun Inventorsā€™ Kit
The Nebraska Library Innovation Studios: Transforming Rural Communities project is supported in part by the Nebraska Library Commission, partnering with the University of Nebraska Lincoln Nebraska Innovation Studio, Nebraska Extension, and Regional Library Systems. The project is funded through a National Leadership Grant awarded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services.
(IMLS grant #LG-95-17-0046-17).Ā 


16 Microfilmed Reels of Silver Creek Sand Added to CC Public Library Digital Archives Website!

6 MICROFILMED REELS of the SILVER CREEK SAND newspaper have just been added to our digital archives website!

The years included are 1908-1964.
A huge THANK-YOU goes out to the Village of Silver Creek for funding the addition of these 16 reels!
Also, a huge THANK-YOU toĀ Camy Rea,Ā Charles Noyd, andĀ Neeli Noyd for presenting this project to the Village of Silver Creek, for the consideration of funding!Ā 
The online addition of these 20,393 pages will benefitĀ a tremendous amount of people for generations to come!

The newspapers in the database are fully searchable by keyword and date (making it easy to quickly explore historical content). Use the archives to gain a local perspective on historical news, to research your family history, or to simply read about a person or event of interest. Additional pages will be added as our project progresses. We’re now finished adding all of our Silver Creek newspapers.

Click Here to Access Our Digital Archives Website!

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