Subscribe to the LCLS Newsletter | Manage Preferences
April - June 2015     Volume 19 Issue 2
Celebrate Poetry Month with M.B. McLatchey
The W. T. Bland Public Library welcomes special guest award winning poet, M. B. McLatchey, Saturday, April 18th to celebrate Poetry Month.
Teen Video Contest
Do you love your library? Are you interested in film making? You can help get the word out to other young people! Teens ages 13 – 18 have a chance to win $150 by creating a 30 – 90 second video promoting the use of public libraries.
Call for entries for the 13th annual Poetry Contest
The Poetry Contest is for all ages and will be separated into three age groups, children, teens and adults. Entries are being accepted now until May 2.
The Long Ago and Faraway Gone
Lou Berney will introduce his latest novel on Tuesday, April 7 in the W. T. Bland Public Library at 6:30 p.m. and in the Leesburg Public Library on Wednesday, April 8 at 2 p.m.
May the Fourth be with you
May fourth aka May the fourth be with you has become and unofficial Star Wars Day. It was adopted because of the resemblance to "May the Force be with you."
Money Smart Week @ Your Library
'Money Smart Week @ your library,' is a national initiative between the American Library Association and the Federal Reserve Bank, Chicago, to provide financial literacy programming to help members of your community better manage their personal finances.
Get a Free Email Account @ the Library
On April 16, 2015, library personnel will provide patrons with a one-hour hands on training session that will help patrons get an email account and get started with email basics.
Getting Started with Windows 8
Are you having trouble with Windows 8? Confused by the new look and feel of Windows?
Citizenship Class Puts Immigrants Ahead of the Curve in U.S. History and Civics Knowledge
The five-week class will be held again on the following dates during 2015: May 5–June 2, July 7–August 4, September 1–29, and November 3–December 1.
June - The Wedding Month
It can be a tricky thing finding the perfect dress. Check out some of these books in the Lake County Library System that may be helpful whether buying or making a dress.
Garden Fest 2015 at the Marion Baysinger Memorial Library
The Friends of Marion Baysinger Memorial Library are hosting the Garden Fest 2015 fundraiser at the library on Saturday, April 18th, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Paisley Happenings
Many delightful programs are coming our way
iPad Training @ Marion Baysinger Memorial Library
During the month of April, the Marion Baysinger Memorial Library will be offering iPad classes on Tuesdays and Thursdays, starting April 7th.
A Super Summer is coming to the Leesburg Public Library
The Leesburg Public Library is having a super summer this year with free entertainment from bands, animal acts, comedians, magicians, and more on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays starting June 13th. We've also got movies, classes, and special events all summer long.
Master Gardener Plant Clinic @ the Astor Library
Help with your plants is available here!
Comic-Con invades Leesburg
Authors, artists, bands, cosplayers, daleks, klingons, vendors & more are taking over the Leesburg Public Library on Saturday, June 13th from 10:00am to 4:00pm.
May is Mental Health Month
The Leesburg Public Library has partnered with the Foundation for Wellness Professionals to bring you a free informative program on depression for Mental Health Month, Thursday, May 14th at 6:00pm from Dr. David Frerking.
W. T. Bland Programs
Upcoming programs and events @ the library.
Upcoming Programs and Events at Cooper
Cooper Memorial Library is hosting another great season of programming, with fabulous events to capture everyone’s tastes and interests.
Spring Used Book & Paperback Sale
Calling all book lovers, thrifty shoppers and everyone else – come to The Spring Used Book Paperback Sale sponsored by the Friends of the Library on Saturday, April 25 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Celebrate National Library Week
Join the staff at the Tavares Library for a week of exciting activities.
East Lake Happenings!
The programs for youth will continue until June when the Summer Reading Program begins.
Spring Cleaning Your Computer
Learn how to clean up your computer of all the junk files and improve computer performance.
iPad Advanced
Taught by the Lake Sumter Computer Society
Learn to Download eBooks
Classes available for color tablets and black-and-white e-ink readers.
History of Memorial Day
Think Memorial Day is just a day off? Learn how the holiday began and how it has evolved into an American institution.
Introduction to Microsoft Word (2 part class)
Join Barbara Perry, Learning Experience Coordinator for the Lake County Library System.
Sound Library - "Let's Loop"
The youth department of the Leesburg Public Library invites young musicians to a great workshop.
A Busy and Rewarding Time in Lady Lake
Staff has seen children’s programming increase so much they have had to add another pre-school story time!
Summer Book Discussions at the Leesburg Public Library
Join us for informal book discussions on Tuesday, June 30th and Thursday, July 30th.
Tech Ops for Teens @ Leesburg
Want to get paid for doing what you love to do?! Come to the Leesburg Public Library on Saturday, May 2nd, to find out how to do that!
Fruitland Park is “Springing” your way
Does an April shower bring May flowers? It does at the Fruitland Park Library!
Marion Baysinger Memorial Library
Activities for readers of all ages.

Past E-Newsletter Issues

View July - September 2008 123
View October - December 2008 124
View January - March 2009 131
View April - June 2009 132
View July - September 2009 133
View October - December 2009 134
View January - March 2010 141
View April - June 2010 142
View July - September 2010 143
View October - December 2010 144
View January - March 2011 151
View April - June 2011 152
View July - September 2011 153
View October - December 2011 154
View January - March 2012 161
View April - June 2012 162
View July - September 2012 163
View October - December 2012 164
View January - March 2013 171
View April - June 2013 172
View July - September 2013 173
View October - December 2013 174
View January - March 2014 181
View April - June 2014 182
View July - September 2014 183
View October - December 2014 184
View January - March 2015 191

Use the select menu below to view back issues throught 2007 of the Library System newsletters in PDF format. You need to have the Adobe Acrobat Reader software installed in order to view these on your computer. This is a free software from Adobe. If you wish to view newsletters prior to 2007, please contact the Webmaster at / 352-343-9607.