New Museum Passes Provided by the Friends of the Library

Two new museum passes are available at the library—Florence Griswold Museum: the Home of American Impressionism, Old Lyme, CT. and the Museum of Science, Boston.
The pass to the Florence Griswold Museum provides free admission for 2 adults and 2 children under 12.
The pass to the Museum of Science, Boston admits 4 people at $10 each. Valid only at exhibit halls. Does not include the Omni theater.
Discount passes to a wide array of museums are provided by the Friends of the Library. To see the full list of museums with discount details and links to museum web sites see: www.nklibrary.org/about/museum-passes

It's Summer at the Library!

Summer at the Library

There is plenty to do at the library this summer. Check out our Among Friends newsletter for information about our Wednesday night concerts, children's programs and more!

Would you like to receive the newsletter via email? If so, click on Subscribe and follow the instructions to automatically receive a new issue via email every month.

To register for programs for adults, have your library card and PIN ready and click on NKFL Programs. Call the Young Readers' Desk at 294-3306 option 5 to register for children's programs.

Information for Book Bites Cookbook Club

Click below to see the menu in progress for the August 15th Cookbook Club dinner. We will be cooking recipes from the New England Open House Cookbook. Space is limited and registration is required. Call to let us know what you will be cooking (294-3306) or feel free to email me at edonovan@nklibrary.org. I will add your recipe choices as soon as time permits.
Happy Cooking! I will see you on the 15th, if not before.
Elizabeth Donovan

New DVDs Coming Soon!

You can place holds on new DVDs that will be coming in this month by clicking on New Feature DVDs. To receive the list via email every month, click on Newsletter Signup, click a checkmark next to New Feature DVDs - Coming Soon, type your email in the box at the bottom of the screen, and click on the subscribe button. Concerned that there are a lot of people in line for a DVD that you'd like to borrow? We recommend that you place a hold anyway because the North Kingstown copy fills holds picked up in North Kingstown first. You may move up the list more quickly than you thought that you would!

Reading We've Enjoyed

Reading We’ve Enjoyed: A Selection of Books Read by Library Staff in 2015
Each December, staff members at the library recommend books they have read during the year. Happy Reading and Happy New Year!

The History of Our Library

Library on Brown St.

The North Kingstown Free Library at 100 Boone St. opened in December of 1975. To celebrate the 40th anniversary of this occasion AND the 60th Anniversary of the Friends of the Library, we have created a short film and a book. The book, The North Kingstown Free Library 1899-2015: A Book of Memories and Clippings is on sale at the library for $10. Click here to see the film, The North Kingstown Free Library: The First 116 Years. We hope you enjoy it!

Thank you for joining us to celebrate the library's history!

On Sunday, October 25th, the library celebrated the 40th Anniversary of the opening of the library at its Boone Street location AND the 60th Anniversary of the Friends of the Library. Celebrating were former Assistant Directors Paul Lefebure and Susan Berman, former Director Susan Aylward, Deputy Director Susan Moreland, Library Director Cyndi Desrochers, and former Directors Deborah (Brennan) Coons, Donna Dufault, Edna "Teddy" Lager and Shirley Payne. Photo courtesy of Robert Izzo.

On Sunday, October 25th, the library celebrated the 40th Anniversary of the opening of the library at its Boone Street location AND the 60th Anniversary of the Friends of the Library. Celebrating were former Assistant Directors Paul Lefebure and Susan Berman, former Director Susan Aylward, Deputy Director Susan Moreland, Library Director Cyndi Desrochers, and former Directors Deborah (Brennan) Coons, Donna Dufault, Edna "Teddy" Lager and Shirley Payne.
Photo courtesy of Robert Izzo.

hoopla digital is here!

We are excited to announce the public availability of thousands of movies, television shows, music albums and audio books, all available for mobile and online access through a new partnership with hoopla digital.

North Kingstown Free Library card holders can download the free hoopla digital mobile app on their Android or IOS device or visit hoopla digital to begin enjoying thousands of titles – from major Hollywood studios, record companies and publishers – available to borrow for instant streaming or temporary downloading to their smartphones, tablets and computers.

hoopla digital has a simple sign-up and attractive, easy-to-use interface, so it’s easy to get to your listening and viewing experience. There’s also no waiting to borrow popular movies, TV shows, albums or audiobooks. And hoopla digital’s automatic return feature eliminates late fees. So, take a moment to register now and check out all of the great new content that you can borrow for free!

Need help? Check out hoopla support or give us a call at the library at 401-294-3306.

Text alerts and user names

Did you know that you can receive courtesy, overdue and hold pickup notices via text? It's easy to sign up for text notification:
1. Log into your account at http://catalog.oslri.net
2. Select "Modify Email/Text Alert Options"
3. Provide your contact information and submit
4. Receive a confirmation message on your phone and reply "Yes".

In addition, you can create a username for your library account so that you no longer need to type in a 14-digit barcode. Use the following steps to create a username for your account:
1. Log into your account at http://catalog.oslri.net
2. Select "Modify Email/Text Alert Options"
3. Type a username in the username field (between 6 & 25 characters long, special characters are not accepted)
4. Click on the "Submit" button
5. The next time that you log into your library account, just type in your PIN and new username

Mobile Printing comes to the North Kingstown Free Library

The Library has launched PrinterOn mobile printing. Patrons can print while at the library, or send a document for printing from home or wherever they may be, then pick it up at the library within 24 hours. Use your smartphone, tablet or PC.

Just use the webpage address www.printeron.net/osl/nkfl to go to an online webpage form. Fill out the form and click on the green printer in the lower right corner.

Interested in Installing an app?

Go to www.printeron.com/apps.html and select the app that fits your device.

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