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Lake County Pubic Library wants to know how our patrons use the library's computers and Internet connection so we can make these services better.
This information will help the library improve its technology services and communicate the value of providing these services. The Impact Survey is anonymous, available in English and Spanish, and takes 10-15 minutes to complete.
Please help us better serve our community by taking our online survey today!
Free Tax Preparation!!!
Free Tax Preparation for Federal and Colorado Resident State Returns, for most Low and Moderate Income Taxpayers.
Lake County Public Library
Wednesday, February 26, 2014 from 1 to 8 pm
Saturday March 1, 2014 from 1 to 5 pm
Call 719-486-0569 for an appointment or sign-up at Lake County Public Library Circulation Desk.
Black History Month
Lake County Public Library and Colorado Mountain College Library in Leadville are honoring Black History Month (February) by celebrating African American competitors in the Sochi Olympics.
Social media and biographical information along with events and results are posted in the libraries. Visit Lake County Public Library, 1115 Harrison Avenue, or the CMC Library, inside the Pinnacle Resource Center, during February for details about the athletes and start following them on Twitter or Facebook.
The Leadville community is encouraged to participate by using the event hashtag: #LVSochiSocial.
Lake County Public Library is proud to provide Overdrive to our patrons. Overdrive media includes downloadable ebooks, audiobooks, movies, and music for all ages. If you need assistance please click on the ereaders link, overdrive help or contact us.
Having trouble downloading to your device? Do you need some extra help? Lake County Public Library now subscribes to Overdrive's FrontLine Tech Support. This allows users to interact directly with Overdrive support staff if technical difficulties arise when downloading library media to your device. If you are experiencing any problems please feel free to contact Overdrive technical support here:
Health insurance laws are changing January 1. If you're a Colorado resident with questions about the new laws, the State of Colorado has set up a new site, http://www.cohealthinfo.com/, that explains the new laws in easy-to-understand language and videos. The site addresses the questions I have health insurance. What do I need to know? and I need health insurance. What are my options? The site also includes sections discussing health and wellness, health insurance fact vs. fiction, and a glossary and timeline. This website is a valuable resource for helping Coloradans navigate the new Affordable Care Act laws and health insurance Marketplace options.
Are you looking to purchase a new tablet computer or ereader but you are not sure which one best fits your needs?
The 2014 Best Tablet Side-by-Side Comparisons and Reviews website compares all of the latest tablets so you can make the right choice. You can reach their website here.
Digital Trends compares different ereaders for those who are not sure which one is right for them. You can reach their website here.
Would you or someone you know like to participate in Lake County Public Library's Oral History Project, "Portal to the Past?" We are looking for people to share their stories of growing up and living in Lake County. Oral Histories may be videotaped or we can just record audio for those who are too shy. Contact Janice Fox or Holly Henning at the Library for more information, 719-486-0569. Please share your stories with us.