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The BookBag Jan-Apr 2015 issue
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Tax Form Information
We have forms 1040A & 1040EZ, but have not received form 1040 or any state tax forms yet.
* Please note this important change regarding the availability of federal tax forms *
Due to significant cuts to IRS funding, the Tax Form Outlet Program will not be supplying the nation's libraries with the assortment of forms and instructions we have had in the past. We will only be supplied with the major federal tax forms 1040, 1040A & 1040EZ, but we will not be receiving instructions. New York State forms and instructions will be supplied as normal.
Federal instructions and forms can be obtained through:
Library staff can assist you in printing any forms and instructions at a cost of 10 cents per page.
Concerned about the way you get tax forms?
Databases & Resources Gets a Facelift!
We've given our Databases & Resources page an overhaul! You'll find it’s simple, organized and much more user-friendly!
The page is now set up in a table format and organized by category. You’ll notice all of the databases in HomeAccess have been categorized and identified by an icon. They’re now more visible and not buried within HomeAccess. The links that were found under the Community tab have been incorporated into Databases & Resources, as well.
Databases & Resources always had links to pages for the Caldecott Winners, Newbery Winners and Arlington Summer Reading Lists, but now they’re more visible. These pages have also been given a fresh new look and made more reader-friendly with all of the titles hot-linked to the Library Catalog to make checking an item’s availability quick and easy.
Please take some time to check out the wonderful research tools on our new page. Just click on Databases & Resources in the navigation bar. You’ll find that we have so many great resources for all ages!
No time to attend book club meetings?
Join our new book club, where the discussion takes place entirely online through Facebook! Be sure to keep checking in, as questions for discussion will be posted throughout the 6 weeks.
Click on the Laid-Back Book Club graphic to join in. Participants must have a Facebook account. Participate anytime, as much or as little as you want!
Upcoming Selection: Monday, February 2 - Saturday, March 14
In honor of the 15th anniversary of the release of the first book in the Twilight Saga, our first selection is Twilight by Stephanie Meyer, A limited number of free copies will be available at the Circulation Desk starting February 2.
Register for our reading program and you'll not only receive a free gift, but your reviews will be entered in our bi-weekly raffle drawing for a chance to win a prize basket filled with goodies!
To get started you'll need to register. Then, submit reviews for any books you've read or listened to, as well as for any films you've seen. Your reviews are your entries in our bi-weekly raffles. Review forms can be submitted online or picked up in the Library and submitted in our raffle jar.
The more reviews you submit, the better your chances of winning!
Chair Yoga for Seniors
Date: Fridays, February 6 & 27, March 6 & 27, April 10 & 24, 11:15am-12:15pm
Stretch and open your body while relaxing your mind. No prior yoga experience necessary. Please wear comfortable clothes that allow for movement and bring a thick towel or cushion and water.
Medicare: The Biggest Gap
Date: Wednesday, February 4, 6:30-7:30pm
There are many gaps in Medicare and understanding them can be the difference between a secure retirement and outliving your money. Learn how appropriate planning will protect what you've worked for your entire life. Register online
One-on-One eReader Help
Wednesdays, February 4 & 25, March 4 & 18, April 8 &22, 1-4pm
Learn how to download free eBooks and audiobooks using your mobile device and OverDrive. Work one-on-one with Lisa to get help with set up or answers to a specific question. Bring along your device, library card, PIN & e-mail address. Call or stop in to schedule your 1-hour appointment. Appointments are available at 1pm, 2pm & 3pm.
Sponsor a Magazine 2015
We're grateful to those LaGrange patrons and businesses who sponsor some of the more than 100 magazine titles in our collection. As a magazine sponsor, you can make your tax-deductible donation in honor or memory of someone, or choose to remain anonymous. As an added benefit, you can ask to be the first to borrow the magazine!
If you're interested in becoming a magazine sponsor, just follow these 3 easy steps:
Thank you for supporting the LaGrange Library. It's truly appreciated!
Teen Geek Help
Need help downloading an eBook? Trying to establish an email, Facebook, Twitter or other social media account? Having trouble with your tablet? Thanks to a grant from Dutchess County, we're pleased to offer individualized technology assistance from Jonayed, our resident Teen Geek. Bring along your device. No appointment necessary.
If you've received help from our Teen Geek, we'd love for you to give us some feedback about your experience. Click here to fill out a brief survey.
"Funded by Dutchess County through a grant made available to the Poughkeepsie Public Library District."
Donating Items to the LaGrange Library
Donated items may be dropped off on
Items must be in excellent condition. Please refer to the Friends of LaGrange Library Donation Policy for information on what items qualify. Your donations are tax deductible and receipts are available at the Circulation Desk upon request. As a courtesy to our fellow tenants, please do not leave donations in the hallway, as it creates a fire safety and tripping hazard.
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