Frederick County Public Libraries is pleased to introduce a new wireless printing service at the C. Burr Artz Public Library thanks to the generosity of the C. Burr Artz Trust.
Patrons at the C. Burr Artz Public Library can now print wirelessly from their laptop or mobile devices via PrinterOn!
PrinterOn offers three easy ways to print wirelessly. Library patrons can quickly and easily submit printing jobs by:
The Middletown Branch will be closed from Friday, September 5th, through Friday, September 26th to refurbish the library with new furniture and equipment, patron-friendly shelving, more technology and easier access to library materials.
Library patrons will be welcomed back to their new and improved community library on Saturday, September 27th after the ribbon cutting ceremony at 1 PM.
If you haven’t had a chance to visit the STEM Lab at the C. Burr Artz Public Library this summer we encourage you to join us for one of our many STEMtastic programs this fall. In addition to the wonderful programs and events we have scheduled, the STEM Lab’s Open Hours for Drop-In Play will be expanded and held twice a week beginning on September 8th.
Effective July 1st Frederick County Public Libraries will be increasing the number of renewals allowed for most items from two (2) times to three (3) times. Downloadable eBooks and audiobooks available for renewal may still be renewed only once. Interlibrary loan items available for renewal may still only be renewed twice. Materials may be renewed in person at the library, by phone, or through our online catalog. Patrons with blocked accounts will not be able to renew materials.
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Farmland and cityscape will converge at the C. Burr Artz Public Library thanks to a new educational, interactive installation for children. Created exclusively for FCPL by The Burgeon Group and modeled after the rolling farm country and cityscapes of the county, Farm City is a 400 square foot space designed to spark children’s imaginations and inspire interactive, self-paced learning.
We need your help. If you could change FCPL’s Summer Reading Program, what would you change?
Take our one question survey at http://www.fcpl.org/summer-reading-survey-one and let us know how you would change Summer Reading at the library. Your responses could help shape future summer reading programs at Frederick County Public Libraries.
All ideas are welcome. Big and small, we want to hear them all! Please feel free to share the survey link with friends, family, and others in your community.
Join us on Saturday, June 21st, from 2:00pm – 7:00pm at the Urbana Regional Library for a celebration of music, art, activities, and fun. The Urbana Music Festival and Bistro, sporting a new name for its sixth year, promises to provide another exciting and fun-filled day with music, food, and entertainment for all ages.
This year’s entertainment includes:
Join Frederick County Public Libraries, the Fort Detrick Alliance, and BINK the Robot to get your 1st – 5th graders excited about STEM! The Think with BINK program invites visiting scientists from the Fort Detrick Alliance to teach children about STEM each month. The programs are specially designed to inspire elementary age children to pursue education and careers in science, technology, engineering, and math.
Thirty-three Frederick County students competed to be the top speller on March 15th at the 2014 Frederick County Spelling Bee. When the Bee ended in the 26th round, Stephen Hochschild walked away the winner of the county’s seventh annual bee. Hochschild is an eighth grader at Mother Seton School and was also the winner of the 2012 Frederick County Spelling Bee. Pratulya Santharam, an eighth grader at Urbana Middle School, took second place.