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Moving Forward: 2022 Women's Conference

Feb. 09, 2022

Wheatland FCSS, Strathmore Municipal Library, The Vault Collective, Bridging the Gap, Wheatland Crisis Society and Strathmore FCSS have come together to bring you full day of informative and interactive sessions, a wide array of local vendors and lunch prepared by our very own Strathmore High School. Local author - Jocelyn Hastie - author of The Cowgirl's Code will delight you with her take on contemplation and discovery of your personal core values leading to peace and a purpose-filled life.

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Director's Message - February

Feb. 02, 2022 Rachel Dick Hughes

February is a busy month in the library world. Here in Strathmore, it marks the kickoff of Blind Date with a Book. Our staff have been busily preparing some interesting titles for you to check out. Labels on each will indicate the genre, the age range of the target audience, and the first line of the book. Come in anytime this month to check out the selection. We have titles for all ages and interests. If you prefer to stick to curbside pickup, we will be glad to bring a few out to you if you let us know what genre you want to try.

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New Year. No Fees & Fines!

Jan. 03, 2022 Rachel Dick Hughes

This month the library is very pleased to announce that charges for library cards and for overdue fines will be eliminated in 2022 thanks to funding from the Town of Strathmore.

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Hoopla Binge Pass

Dec. 10, 2021

Hoopla BingePass is now live! This is a new type of hoopla Instant Borrow that will give patrons unlimited access to collections of streaming content for 7 days. BingePass launched with the introduction of hoopla Magazines and Great Courses, and there’s a lot more coming in 2022!

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Director's Corner

Nov. 30, 2021 Rachel Dick Hughes

Merry Christmas! We wish you and your families all the best of the season.

Thank you to all who have participated in our Food for Fines program this month. Together we have collected 277 items and over $400 for the Wheatland County Food Bank and waived over $1,400 in fines.

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