Sunday, December 6, 2020

Curbside Printing

 The Fulton Library system is now offering wireless printing curbside. Simply follow these basic steps to get your FREE (10 page) print job** started today:

• Visit the Wireless Printing page.
• Type in your library card number, then click "Log in."
• Locate and upload the document you want to print.
• Call the branch ahead of time to print your document and ask when you can pick up your prints. **Staff will need your name and library card number or account ID, please have this information ready when you call.
• When arriving at the library, call the number listed at curbside to let staff know you have arrived.

**If you have more than 10 pages to print, inform staff how you are paying for your prints. You can pay for prints using your credit/debit card system online or pay using exact change once you arrive at the pick-up location.

Early Voting at Ocee

Early Voting Starts December 14
Monday, December 14 – Friday, 18
Monday, December 21 – Wednesday, 23
8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Monday, December 28 – December 30
7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Saturday Voting:
December 19 and 26
8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Sunday Voting:
December 20 and 27
12 p.m. to 6 p.m.

All 7 library branches in North Fulton are early voting sites.

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Thursday, December 3, 2020

Black Friday Book Sales

It's no surprise that Amazon has had best sales numbers ever. Book buyers wonder what this will do to independent book stores and if individual customers can make a difference. “I can buy a book here once in a while but the occasional book that I buy here isn’t going to keep them afloat.” With the various COVID-19 restrictions, in-store shopping was down, but those individual purchases added up. It's too early to tell what the final figures will be but online sales and several best sellers have been a boon. Please continue to support independent book stores so we can shop them in the future-

House for Sale


"The Lord of the Rings" actors are joining forces again. This time it's to raise money to buy JRR Tolkien's former home in Oxford, England. "The Hobbit" and much of the "LotR" trilogy was written here. The Project Northmoor hopes to raise $5+ million to turn the house into a literary center honoring the author as none exists. Sir Ian McKellen is featured in a video which gives the history of the house and Tolkien's contribution to literature.