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Tuesday, 28 February, 2017

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Library Event Calendar

04Mar
Saturday Story Time! (M,A,M)
Start on: 03/ 4/17 10:15am
06Mar
Book Time! (3/6)
Start on: 03/ 6/17 09:30am
07Mar
Spirituality: The Native American Path
Start on: 03/ 7/17 06:00pm
09Mar
Full Steam Ahead (3/9)
Start on: 03/ 9/17 04:00pm
11Mar
Saturday Story Time! (M,A,M)
Start on: 03/11/17 10:15am
11Mar
Anime Club! (3/11)
Start on: 03/11/17 02:00pm

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Federal Tax Form Update

The program to supply public libraries with tax forms has been drastically cut.  Grand Rapids Area Library will receive VERY limited quantities of basic Federal forms and instructions.  The Library will have one book of reproducible Federal forms. The IRS

State of MN tax forms NOT available at Library

The Minnesota Department of Revenue will no longer provide state tax forms and instructions to libraries and counties beginning January 1, 2016.   Find Minnesota tax forms and instructions: www.revenue.state.mn.us 651-296-3781 or 1-800-652-9094 (toll free)

Presidents' Day @ your Library

Presidents’ Day at the Library By Amy Dettmer, Assistant Library Director The Library is CLOSED Monday, February 20 in observance of Presidents’ Day. Presidents’ Day is celebrated the 3rd Monday in February. From the Britannica Encyclopedia: The origin of Presidents’ Day lies in

Rapids Reads @ your Library

Rapids Reads @ your Library Will Richter, Reference Librarian   Announcing Rapids Reads 2017: Fall to Grace by Kerry Casey   Grand Rapids Area Library annual Rapids Reads will run the month of March.  Rapids Reads, now in its 7th year, is a month long

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