Pay your overdue fees and help your community at the same time! For each non-perishable food item you bring in, we'll waive $1.00 in library fines from your account. There are a few things you'll want to take note of. 1. the food item you bring in needs to be in good condition and can't be expired and 2. this event doesn't remove the fees associated with interlibrary loans or lost or damaged items.
Choosing the right Medicare Supplement Insurance plan can be frustrating, confusing...and expensive if you choose the wrong plan. This program will give you the helpful guidance you need to navigate your Medicare supplement options with our Medicare Supplement Insurance Buyers' Guide. Access to this online resource is FREE with your library card.
In this Zoom event, you will learn how to create an individually customized report, based on your age, gender, and zip code. Filled with need-to-know information, this customized report is written in an easy-to-follow style and provides all the information you will need to:
- Learn What Medicare Does and Does Not Cover
- Explore your Options
- Pick a Medicare Supplement Insurance Plan that is Right for You
- Compare Rates for each Medicare Supplement Insurance Plan
- Locate the Best Insurers
- Find an Authorized Agent
Enjoy stories, songs, rhymes, and more featuring the letter "B" in this interactive program. You are welcome to bring an item starting with our special letter "B!" Limited to 20 participants age 2-5 years old.
You are invited to the continuing "Brown Bag" series, hosted by the library, in partnership with the UNK History Department. Presenters will focus on a different historical topic in each session. Feel free to bring your lunch with you. Snacks and beverages are provided.
Dr. Nathan Tye will be presenting on "Wheel Towns: The History of Bicycling in the Platte Valley, 1880-1920." The photo is "Anderson Tandem" courtesy of the Buffalo County Historical Society.