Welcome to the Dripping Springs Community Library
It’s Teen Time!
December 17, 2014
4:15pm - 4:59pm
DSCL Meeting Room
Looking for a volunteer opportunity? There is so much to do at the Dripping Springs Community Library to get ready for December!
Bring a friend and some music or come alone and make a friend here.
Donations of holiday wrapping paper and ribbon are welcome; the library does have some supplies!
Have opinions about good books and ideas? Bring those too!
**Teen Time is all about teens (14 and older) helping area libraries and having fun while earning community service hours! This monthly volunteer opportunity is scheduled for the 3rd Wednesday (4th Wed. in March) through May, 2015.2014 - 2015 Teen Time Meeting Schedule:
December 17, 2014, January 21, 2015, February 18, 2014, March 25, 2015 (after spring break), April 15, 2015, May 20, 2015.
For details, contact SuzAnne Beard at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 512-858-7825.
eAudio and eBooks
OneClickDigital is an online service that allows patrons to check out
eAudiobooks and eBooks, including best-sellers, classics, selections for
children and young adults, and much more. OneClickDigital is compatible with all popular
listening devices, and mobile apps are available for the iPhone®,
Android™, and Kindle Fire.
Downloadable titles can be used in multiple ways: downloading one of the mobile apps to your smart phone or tablet, using OneClickDigital Media Manager, using Adobe Digital Editions, loading to a portable device, or with the streaming player on the website. Live toll-free technical support is available at 1-877-77AUDIO.
We have included here the specific instructions for different devices.
What would you like to start with? An eAudio or eBook ?
Chess Club with Mark and Jan Robinson returns on Oct.7, 4:30-6:00 in the Library Meeting Room.
Chess will meet monthly on the first Tuesday each month. Meet, learn and play with this enthusiastic group!
All levels, from beginners to experienced, and various ages are welcome.
All those interested in joining this group may email email@example.com. Please let her know the names and ages of the participants as well as the parent's name and contact information.
Looking for something to read, but you're not quite sure what? Our BookLetters section has many categories, subjects and topics to choose from.
Browsing online is a breeze with detailed descriptions, cover images, reviews and more!
For example, our Newest Arrivals in Fiction or our Newest Arrivals in Non-Fiction.
Here is also a list of additional Reader Advisory Book Suggestion Websites: http://www.dscl.org/explore/book-suggestion-websites.html
Accomplished players and interested participants alike are invited to rattle the tiles and join the fun! Mah-jongg enthusiast Elizabeth Glidden will introduce you to other players and get you started. Bring a current Mah-Jongg card and your set if you have one.
“Mah-jongg is played with four players using tiles stamped with Chinese symbols,” said Elizabeth Glidden. “The goal of the game is to be the first to match your tiles to a specific hand from the National Mah Jongg League's (NMJL) annually distributed scorecard by picking and discarding. It’s rather like the card game Gin Rummy – only faster! I will provide my own set of Mah-Jongg and have handouts to teach the rules of play.”
Want to be included in the fun? Email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive email reminders each month! Check the event calendar for dates.
Charlotte's Book Club
The Dripping Springs Community Library hosts Charlotte's Book Club, a unique book-centered discussion group, on the second Thursday of each month at 6 PM. Charlotte’s Book Club is open to any interested reader in the Dripping Springs area. Copies of novels under discussion are available free of charge on a first come – first served basis.For more about Charlotte's Book Club, click here.
DSCL’S newest book group, The Non-Fiction Addiction, meets on the first Thursday of each month at 6:00 PM in the Dripping Springs Community Library Meeting Room.
This group, under the leadership of library volunteer Paul Landry, focus their discussions on science, biography, culture and history titles selected by vote of the members.
Every interested person is invited to attend. “Bring your interest and two book suggestions,” said Paul, “and let’s get your suggestions on the ballot. I have a few ideas and I bet you do too. ”
For a list of current selections, .