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Santa Fe Dulcimer Ensemble St. Patrick’s Day Concert, Southside, Mar. 22
The Santa Fe Public Library presents the Santa Fe Dulcimer Ensemble St. Patrick’s Day Concert at the Southside Branch. The Santa Fe Dulcimer Ensemble is a small group of amateur musicians who are dedicated to sharing traditional acoustic music. They will perform a musical sampler of traditional favorites. This event is free and appropriate for all ages.
Southside: Sunday, March 22, 2015, 2:30 PM
This is a free program sponsored by the Santa Fe Public Library.
New Interface for OneClick Digital
OneClick Digital, our downloadable audiobook site, has a brand new interface. If you have it bookmarked, now is the time to update the link. Here is the link to the new interface:
Santa Fe Public Library Holds Policy Changing
Our holds policy is changing to reduce wait times:
- Items will be held for 6 days instead of 10
- Patrons will be allowed 25 holds instead of 50
These changes will take effect on January 1, 2015.
Main Library Media Collection
The Library has moved the Main Library media collection to the first floor open stacks. Patrons are now able to browse DVDs, both fiction and non-fiction along with the children's DVD collection. In addition, all audio books are also available to browse and check out. Items that have not been relocated, including all music CDs and some DVDs, can have holds placed on them.
To place a hold on any library item, patrons may call any of the libraries or visit the Library Catalog. The Main Library may be reached at (505) 955-6781 or (505) 955-6785; Oliver La Farge Branch at (505) 955-4860; Southside Branch at (505) 955-2820. Materials on hold may be sent to any of the library locations.
Our catalog includes LibraryThing
- LibraryThing features:
- Shelf Browse: see book covers arranged by call number
- Tags: explore labels for each item
- Similar Items: see recommendations for items like those you enjoy
- Series & Awards: view books, which are a part of series, as well as award winners
- Lexile Reading Level: locate materials by reading level
With LibraryThing, all of the information is right in front of you. You won't need to search a separate database or check out different websites to get reading recommendations or series information. Just click on the book covers or links and get all the information you need! As always, come visit us at any library, call our reference desks, or e-mail email@example.com if you have questions about this or any other resource.