August Newsletter

August 2020 New Adjusted Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00-6:00 Saturday 9:00-1:00 301 N. Sandusky Ave. Upper Sandusky, OH 43351 419-294-1345 Upper Sandusky Community Library Connect with us! www. usclibrary.org or uscl@seolibraries.org usclibrary.org uscl@seolibraries.org The Votes Are In! The patrons and staff have spoken! Thank you to Susan Irwin for giving our newsletter a fresh, new name! The Fresh Ideas Issue! Just Some Reminders... • The Friends of the Library Book Sale has been cancelled for 2020 in order to continue community health safety practices. Although we are thankful of the support, USCL will not be accepting book donations for future sales at this time. • We will be Closed in Observance of Labor Day on Monday, September 7th. (Virtual) Crafternoon ! Can’t make it to the beach this year? Let USCL’s Crafternoon bring the beach to you! This month’s craft is a Glam Clam Ring Rest. This useful and simple craft is sure to please and you won’t even get sand in your shoes! • Stop by the front desk to pick up your Craft Pack. • Each bag has all the supplies and the instructions you will need to complete your masterpiece. • For additional help, follow along with our video tutorial on Facebook. Cheryl Lyon, Adult Programming Specialist, brings “What’s Cookin’” to the Upper Sandusky Community in a new virtual format. Fresh Connections Curbside is still available… Let us bring your books to you! Just give us a call with a list of books you would like to check out and we will schedule a time for pick up. Then when you arrive, call us back and we’ll bring them right to your car! ( Sorry, we have decided not to wear roller skates.) Join the Club The Common Readers Book club is back! Join the discus- sion on the third Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at Stepping Stones Park pavilion. Be sure to check the list of upcoming titles and reserve your copy by calling or stop- ping at the front desk, through the SEO libraries app, Libby, or Hoopla today! August : Ship of Brides By JoJo Moyes September : Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay, and a Mother’s Will to Survive By Stephanie Land October : The Life We Bury By Allan Eskens * In case of rain, meet at Open Door Resource Center, 212 W. Wyandot Ave. Let us hear your smile! We are always pleased to see a smiling face at USCL, but during this time, we’d rather hear your smile in your voice! If you are able, please be sure to wear a mask while visiting. If you forget, just ask for one at the desk. We’ve got you covered! Look Inside for some delicious summer recipes! I think we all can agree that this has been a year full of changes. And just like you, USCL has used this time as a catalyst to explore new ways of doing the things that we love. In addition to providing online materials through Libby and Hoopla, many of our programs have found a fresh way of reaching our patrons through virtual programming. Whether you are a crafter, cook, or kid scientist, we hope you will come along for the ride and enjoy these modified and online services as much as we’ve enjoyed bringing them to you!

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