Fairbanks

Teen Book Club – Pizza Party

If you are in grades 6-12 and love to read, you are invited to join the new Fairbanks Teen Book Club.  The group will meet once a month for a fun book related program, and you pick the books!  We’re starting the year off with a pizza party, where we’ll be watching book trailers and talking about the best books that we read in 2014.  Don’t forget to sign up at the library or by phone; then join us on Saturday, January 31, 1

Start at the Beginning with Computer Basics

Keyboard mouseDo you feel clueless when it comes to computers? A great way to get started with computers would be to attend the Fairbanks Library’s free “Computer Basics” class on Saturday, February 7, from 3:30pm-5:00pm. You’ll learn the basics of how to use a computer, including how to use a mouse and a keyboard and much more.

Listen to a Great Book!

Do you commute to work?  Would you like some great recorded books to listen to during your drive time?  Then you should browse our display of recorded books--"Listen to a Great Book"--and select some for your listening pleasure.  Listening to a recorded book during your daily drive time can help to make the drive less stressful and you get to listen to some good stories, too.  Happy Listening!

Test Prep Resources

Are you thinking about the college admissions process?  If so, then you should be preparing to take a college admissions test like the SAT or ACT.  The Fairbanks Branch Library has various study guides containing valuable information and practice tests to help you prepare.  Please browse our "Test Prep Resources" display for SAT and ACT study books. We have included resources with information about college scholarships and

Microsoft Word Class

Computer classDo you know the basics of Microsoft Word? Would you like to learn about setting margins, inserting bullets, numbers and lists, adding columns, and more? If so, we invite you to register for our FREE Intermediate Word class this Saturday, January 24th, from 2:00-3:30 in the library meeting room.  Use our computer or bring your own laptop.

Once Upon a Time @ Your Library

The phrase "Once Upon a Time" brings back childhood memories of reading classic fairy tales while curled up on the couch, or hearing someone else read them aloud.  I still like to re-read fairy tales or listen to recorded books versions of them.  Those timeless stories from the folklore of cultures all over the world still fascinate and entertain readers of all ages.  Please browse our latest display of

Check Out Our New Music!

HooplaTry it; you’ll like it! You’ll probably even love it. Click “Ebooks & More” above and click on Hoopla.

New Year’s Resolutions

The library has resources to help you achieve your goals in nutrition, fitness,

Happy Birthday, Ben!

January 17 is the birthday of Benjamin Franklin, who played a major role in the founding of our nation.  Franklin was an inventor as well as a politician and diplomat and there are many biographies available about his life as well as his own autobiography.  And, there are some interesting fictional titles featuring him.  To celebrate his coming birthday, the library has a display of suggested titles for you to browse and checkout for enjoyable and enligh

Popular Reading for Kids

Do you need some new and exciting books to read during the holidays?  Please don't forget our display for new titles for kids--"Popular Reading for Kids."  The library receives new titles for the collection on a regular basis and we display the books for kids on this this display.  Please browse this display whenever you visit the library and select some titles to checkout and share with friends and family.  Happy Reading!

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