NCHCPL Reader

Monday, October 31, 2005

Did you know your library has...

  • Wireless Internet Access
  • Hundreds of books in Spanish
  • Copy machines on each level
  • Online Book Club (sign up at here)
  • A wide variety of magazines (you can check out back issues)
  • Rooms for your organization to reserve for events
  • Study rooms (coming in December)
  • Teen magazines and books
  • Audiobooks on tape and CD
  • Online Bookletters to help you pick your next read
  • Interlibrary loan: borrow books from other libraries
  • Tax forms
  • Reference librarian to help answer questions
  • Genealogy resources
  • DVDs, CDs and videos
  • Ongoing used book sales
  • Medical reference books

Friday, October 14, 2005

Find Ways to Save Energy

With the rising cost of fuel, everyone is looking for ways to save money on energy costs. Check out the Energy Savers Home Page from the U.S. Department of Energy for tips on saving energy in your home and car.

Monday, October 10, 2005

Surfin’ Seniors

Adults over the age of 55 are invited to a basic computer class on Wednesday, October 12, at 1 p.m. in the library’s computer lab. This class is designed to alleviate anxiety many new users have about computers and to demonstrate the many exciting ways a computer can be used as a timesaving and creative tool. For more information or to register for this program, call 765-529-0362, ext. 310, or click on the calendar link.

Thursday, October 06, 2005

Credit Union Brings Road Show to the Library

New Castle-Henry County Public Library will host Perfect Circle Credit Union on Tuesday, October 11, for a helpful program on finances. Find out how credit unions differ from banks, and what credit scores are all about. Learn how to identify credit-related scams and credit repair fraud. For more information or to register for this program, call 765-529-0362, ext. 310, or click on the calendar link.

Monday, October 03, 2005

Passion v. Arrogance



New Castle-Henry County Public Library welcomes author and former business owner Margaret Broderick. Broderick will share her story, as told in the book Passion V Arrogance: A Dana & Goliath Story of Wine, Women and Wrong! Broderick’s program will begin at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, October 4, in the library’s upper level meeting room.

Broderick recounts a compelling story of a small Midwestern women-owned winery, their impressive start to international growth, the difficult business decision to close, and the results from the business world. The story captures the excitement, commitment and the dream that all entrepreneurs possess when they start. As someone who lived the story, Broderick will candidly discuss the mistakes, struggles and ultimate belief in the leadership, management and vision that allowed her, along with her partner, to continue the battle.

The program would be especially interesting for current and future entrepreneurs, and anyone who enjoys a good story.

Margaret Broderick, an Indiana University graduate, has a Masters in Business Administration and more than 17 years of management experience. The company she started received the 2000 and 2001 Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year finalist award, and the WNBA finalist of Entrepreneurial Spirit and Achievement Award (one of four out of 150 nationwide). Broderick is currently traveling the nation to talk about her business experience and her book.

For more information or to register for this program, call 765-529-0362, ext. 310, or click on the calendar link.