The Merrick County Historical Museum is currently featuring a special exhibit at our library:
“Herstory: We All Have a Story to Tell.” These are the stories of ten remarkable Merrick County Women.
Do you know how the Ormsby Road in Merrick County got its name? Read about the Ormsby family and their daughter Louise. Louise was a gifted soprano soloist. She toured with John Phillip Sousa! Find out how Litzenberg Memorial County Hospital got its name! Read about Marguerite Smith Roberts. In 1969 Marguerite wrote the screenplay for “True Grit” (the screenplay which earned John Wayne his only Oscar).
We invite you to stop in and see this wonderful exhibit while it’s here!
In addition to the Kodak Scanza that we added yesterday…
We added another #GizmoAndGadget today!
Do you have old VHS family videos?
Use our NEW UHEC Video Converter to digitize video from a VCR, camcorder and other analog video sources, for playback on your Mac, PC and iPad.
2 week checkout.
VCR or camcorder required (not included).Call us at 946-2512, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or text us at 308-270-7060 to be put on reserve.
Summer hours at CCPL!
Please note our EARLY OPENS (at 9:00am) on Tuesdays & Thursdays!
Stop in to escape the summer heat!
Curbside Pick Up! This has been so popular, that we’ve decided to continue to offer curbside pick up as a regular service. Call us (946-2512), text us (308-270-7060), or email us (email@example.com), to place items on hold. OR, you may also place items on hold at: https://centralcity.biblionix.com/catalog/ Contact the library for your password.