Column: Hammond library offers many services, programs
Michelle Johnson is the library director of the Hammond Community Library
The library is a great place to learn new things, pick out fabulous books to read, participate in monthly activities, and how to get to know your community better. At the Hammond Community Library we have services for faxing, scanning, printing, free computer use, free WiFi, a Kodak Kiosk, laminating services, die cut, binding (spiral binding for paper books), plus you can check out movies, TV series, audiobooks, puzzles, Wii games, books, and magazines.
Also available at the library is a Free Little Pantry both inside and outside of the library. A free little pantry is a pantry for everyone, if you need an item please feel free to take an item or two, if you would like to donate, please don't hesitate, all donations are welcome.
During the months of September and October we are having a "Fall Reading Program." Have fun playing book bingo, doing a scavenger hunt, checking out Trick-Or-Treat Packs, etc. The fun starts on Sept.5. For more details, stop in on Tuesday, Sept. 5 and get started on your "Fall Reading."
Visit our web-page at www.hammondpubliclibrary.org for more information about each of the programs.