Humboldt County Library Hosting Events, Activities to Recognize Library Card Sign-Up Month
This is a press release from the Humboldt County Library:
Throughout the month of September, the Humboldt County Library will be hosting a variety of activities and events to recognize Library Card Sign-Up Month.
Beginning Sept. 7, limited edition Incredibles-themed library cards will be available at libraries throughout Humboldt County. As always, your first library card is free, and replacement cards are $4.
Throughout the month of September, the Eureka Library will host a variety of drop-in superhero-themed crafts and activities in the Children’s Room. Stop in anytime to participate!
While these programs are open to all members of the community, whether or not one has a library card, signing up for a card not only lets you borrow books and audio visual materials to take home, but supports the library in ways which allow us to better serve you. Libraries have evolved from the traditional idea of just books to offer a large amount of resources to the community. In addition to print books, the library has a variety of e-books and online materials, a large number of programs aimed at everyone from children to adults, computer access and public Wi-Fi. All services and programs that the Library offers are free to patrons. Studies have found that when children have access to public libraries, it promotes early literacy, leads to better reading scores, and improves critical thinking skills. On average, for every $1 in funding that libraries receive, they provide an equivalent of $5 in services to the community.
All events are free to attend. The library’s programs and services are accessible to persons with disabilities; please let us know if you require assistance. The Humboldt County Library is located at 1313 Third St. in Eureka. For further information, call 707-269-1915 or visit our website at www.humlib.org.