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News & Alerts2018-09-21T14:32:59+00:00
No Water Available at Port Angeles Main Library September 24

The Port Angeles Main Library will be without water on Monday, September 24. During this time, public restrooms will not be available and sinks and water fountains in the building will not work. The Library will remain open normal hours and all other services will remain available.

The water shutoff is due to a City of Port Angeles Public Works & Utilities project on Whidbey Ave. Water is expected to be turned back on to the Port Angeles Main Library by the end of the day on September 24 and all services should be available again on September 25.

For additional information, contact Assistant Library Director Noah Glaude at nglaude@nols.org or 360.417.8500 x7717.

New Free Online Resources

TumbleBookCloudTumbleBookCloud is a streaming service with a digital collection focused on middle school and high school readers. It offers people of all reading levels access to a robust collection of ebooks, enhanced eBooks, audiobooks, graphic novels and National Geographic videos and hundreds of quizzes and other teacher resourcesBooks feature adjustable text sizes, full narration, and a read-along function which highlights text as it is read.

This collection is available around the clock. No downloads, no waiting! If you can access the internet, you can be reading, watching, or listening to content immediately. There’s also a free app available for Android and Apple devices. Titles do not sync across devices.

NOLS patrons can access TumbleBookCloud here or through the Online Resources page. A NOLS library card and password are needed to access TumbleBookCloud.


Lynda.comNOLS is pleased to announce it recently added Lynda.com to its list of free online resources, providing library cardholders with free access to thousands of online learning opportunities that would normally cost $20-$30 per month to access. Lynda.com is an online learning site that hosts a constantly growing library of more than 6,000 courses with more than 130,000 instructional videos. Learn more here.

Sequim Future Library Project News and Info!
Sequim Branch Expansion ProjectThe cramped and aging branch library that serves the Sequim / Dungeness Valley area has been a critical concern for NOLS, and for the community, for decades. In 2014 NOLS initiated a phased planning project to find a Future Library solution. Community engagement has been an important part of this careful planning process. To learn more about this project, and join the conversation, visit the Sequim Branch Future Library Project page.
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