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COVID-19 Pandemic Resources

Trusted Coronavirus & COVID-19 Resources: Concerned about the Coronavirus (COVID-19)? Below you can find trusted resources and valid information. Nebraska Health and Human Services: Coronavirus DiseaseLocal Health Department Contacts for Nebraska ResidentsCenters for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC): CoronavirusPresident Trump's Coronavirus Guidelines for America: Fifteen Days to Slow the SpreadNebraska Douglas County Coronavirus InformationDouglas County … Continue reading COVID-19 Pandemic Resources

What’s New at Waterloo: Curbside Pickup Edition

The library is currently closed in order to protect our community from the spread of COVID-19. However, we are offering a Curbside Pickup service so you can enjoy brand new books while social distancing. Give us a call at 402-779-4171 or email waterloonelibrary@gmail.com to place a hold on the books, movies, and books on CD … Continue reading What’s New at Waterloo: Curbside Pickup Edition

We’re Hiring: Part-Time Library Assistant

The Agnes Robinson Waterloo Public Library is currently accepting applications for part time library assistant. Library Assistant Application:Download Duties: assist patrons of all ages at circulation desk, with inquiries and use of library resources and technologies; catalog, sort and shelve library materials, and other basic library functions. Position requires: excellent interpersonal skills, oral and written … Continue reading We’re Hiring: Part-Time Library Assistant

What to Read: The Roaring ’20s

The 1920s came with a wave of societal change, cultural conflict, and political upheaval. It also featured unforgettable fashion, whirlwind romances, and newfound freedoms. What will this decade bring? Check out these novels set in the 1920s! The Boston Girl by Anita Diamant Addie Baum is The Boston Girl, born in 1900 to immigrant parents … Continue reading What to Read: The Roaring ’20s

What We’re Reading: January 2020

Happy New Year! Thanks to our Adult Winter Reading Challenge, our staff and volunteers have been stuck with their noses in books all month long. Check out what we've included on our reading logs: Interpreter of Maladies by Jhumpa Lahiri Navigating between the Indian traditions they've inherited and the baffling new world, the characters in … Continue reading What We’re Reading: January 2020

What to Read (Picture Book Edition): MLK Day 2020

Each year, on the third Monday in January, we as a country pause to reflect the societal contributions of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. This year, MLK Day falls on Monday, January 20. Check out these picture books to learn more about the Civil Rights Movement, MLK, and his legacy: I Have a Dream … Continue reading What to Read (Picture Book Edition): MLK Day 2020