We are excited to offer a new Mobile Makerspace for patrons to use! The Makerspace is a place for hands-on learning, creating, collaborating and inventing. Simply, it is a place to make things! The purpose of the Mobile Makerspace is to provide library patrons access to various technology and tools that support your education and personal goals and endeavors. The makerspace offers the following equipment: 3D printer, VHS converter, Silhouette Curio & Cameo machines, button maker, sewing machine, letter stamp kit, Adobe Photoshop Elements, Adobe Premiere Elements, and more! For more information, visit the Mobile Makerspace page.
We are excited to announce a new service for parents and families! Discover our favorite books, matched to your child's interests as well as other tools to help build literacy. We'll send you a weekly book recommendation for each child, tailored to their reading level and interests. The recommendations also include interactive activities and learning tips related to the recommended title. App recommendations, themed reading lists, and more are also available. Create an account with your Wixom library card at wixomlibrary.beanstack.org today! You can create profiles for each child under one main account.
Due to IRS changes, we will once again receive only limited quantities of tax forms. We expect to receive the federal and state forms sometime in February. We will only receive limited numbers of the 1040, 1040A and 1040EZ forms along with a limited number of instruction booklets. No specialtiy forms or schedules will be sent to the Library. We will receive a binder of reproducable federal tax forms as well as a copy of Publication 17 that you can copy for 10 cents per page. You can obtain and print federal forms online or visit the Library for assistance locating and printing forms. You may request that forms and publications be mailed directly to you by clicking here or calling 1-800-829-3676. State tax information and forms are available online. Printing from public computers is 10 cents per page. The tax filing deadline is Monday, April 18, 2016.
The Winter 2016 edition of The Source is now available and registration for our fall programs is on-going! Click here to view an online version of The Source or drop in at the Library to pick up a print copy. We are excited to present a variety of programs for all ages and hope to see you at one or more of the programs. Adults can learn about their Family History, how to prevent Fraud & Identity Theft, and Seed Saving. Teens in grades 7-12 are invited to explore 3D Printing, discover survival food at Food of the Apocalypse, and take a full length RSAT Practice Exam. Families and children can join us to celebrate Black History Month at Storytellers, hear stories at Tuesdays are Terrific, and join the pink and yellow Barbie Meets the Minions party . Tweens can meet author Maria Dismondy, have fun with robots and snap circuits at Tween Tech Night, and create a race car at Lego Club. Visit the event calendar today to explore winter activities and to register for specific programs!