MARCH 2020
Maury Loontjens Memorial Library
Stuck at Home Edition
When we are in.....
We are putting free books on carts out when we come in to the library (usually weekdays between 10-1, if weather permits) feel free to take what you need--Just wipe when you get home! If you are looking for something listed on shelf at our library or need a tax form, Call 789-9507, leave us a message with your name, a phone number, the title, the type of material (Book, DVD, magazine, tax form and number) and we’ll do our best to contact you. Reference questions? Try emailing info@narlib.org. Want to share a message or book review in this newsletter? Email narlib@narlib.org.

COMPLETE THE CENSUS!
Check your mail for information about filling out the 2020 census form. Filling out the census is easy, safe and important, and will only take about 10 minutes.

*Note: College Students should fill out the census with the address they would normally be living at on April 1st.
With many of us at home for the foreseeable future, we have decided to highlight some resources to make the stay more bearable
OLD TIME RADIO
The Internet Archive is a great free resource, and one of its most enjoyable features is Old Time Radio which feature among other things: CBS Crime Classics, The Adventures of Philip Marlow, and Bob and Ray for the Truly Desperate. This is a free resource and items are downloadable.
AudioBookCloud
is a curated database of streaming audio books and is available by subscription to Public Libraries around the world. The collection features over 1200 titles, including dozens of genres and interest levels. The collection includes popular literature, classics, children’s and teen books, mystery, sci-fi, history, biography, and more!