New library card signup contest – September 16 – October 31
A Timberland library card is more than a pass to check out books or use a library computer. It’s the ticket to a world of information, resources and entertainment.
This year is TRL’s 45th anniversary of library service in Grays Harbor, Lewis, Mason, Pacific and Thurston counties. In celebration, anyone who signs up for a new TRL library card between September 16 and October 31, 2013 will be entered into a drawing to win an e-reader, donated by the Timberland Regional Library Foundation.
What’s available with a Timberland library card?
Borrow instead of buy
Buying books, magazines and music and going to the movies can get costly. Save money by borrowing these items from your local library. Find out how much you and your family save with TRL’s Library Services Value Calculator.
24/7 online library services
With TRL’s website it’s never too late to find a book, check your account, search for interesting programs to attend, conduct research or chat with a librarian—all on your schedule.
Job and career resources
Build your skills and your future with the library’s computer classes, small business workshops and resources that will help you find and apply for that next job or determine your career path.
New online job and career resources:
Signup up for a new card and enter to win an e-reader - September 16 - October 31
Know someone who doesn’t have a Timberland library card? Tell them what they’re missing. They may win an e-reader just for signing up between September 16 and October 31.
Getting a library card is easy and it’s free
- If you are 17 or older, stop into any of TRL’s 27 libraries and bring a photo ID with your current address (or photo ID and a piece of mail you have received that shows your current address).
- Those under 17 must have a parent or guardian sign them up.
- Print an application, fill it out and take it to any Timberland library.
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