The Gretna Public Library staff is excited to give community members living in SIDs a new option in obtaining a library card. These Summer Reading Program Cards are for future patrons who want to check out our large collection’s items from May 1st through August 31st. Summer Reading Program Cards will cost $15 for a household account – that’s just $3.75 per month! If, at the end of August, a patron wishes to get a full year membership, then s/he can pay the remaining $25 for our normal full-year card. If a year-round card is acquired, then at that point any member of the household who is 6 years old or older may obtain his/her own card. Card registration and activation will begin on Wednesday, May 1, 2013, and normal ID requirements are required for signing up.
The Gretna Public Library is proud to announce that we now offer library cards for our active duty military personnel! We realize that a growing number of these honorable folks live outside the Gretna City limits, but we want to make sure you have a library card, and a library you can bring your family to and call home. If you are interested in signing up for an Active Military card, please stop by the Library and bring along your active duty military ID card. The Gretna Public Library staff thanks you for your service!
If your first stop when you visit the Library is to check what new books are coming out soon, we have an option that is sure to be perfect for you!
Now available: If you’d like a copy of the newest Upcoming Releases emailed to your inbox, then please email a request to firstname.lastname@example.org with Subscribe Upcoming Releases in the subject line, or stop by either location and fill out a simple form.
As always Gretna Public Library will keep your email private. Furthermore, if at any time you would no longer like to receive an email with the Upcoming Releases .pdf, then please send us an email with Unsubscribe Upcoming Releases in the subject line. We will remove you from the list ASAP.
AtoZ World Culture is your one-stop-shop for all the information you ever wanted to know about every country in the world. Use this to learn about a specific country’s economy, people, traditions, and a lot more. Search for a variety of maps and even use the nifty citation function to give your reports or project a professional touch. AtoZ World Culture is a great resource to use on your next project and can be accessed simply by typing in you library card’s barcode number in the login box on the database’s homepage. A permanent link can be found in the “Online Resources” tab on our site.
The Library recently received information from the Department of Health and Human Services about a program they have called Access Nebraska. Access Nebraska is a new and easy way for you to apply for public assistance benefits online through the DHHS website, www.accessnebraska.ne.gov. Here you are able to apply for Medicaid, food stamp benefits, aid to dependent children, aid to aged, blind and disabled, energy assistance, kids connection, and child car subsidy.
As always, the Library offers free access to our public computers for you to complete any of these processes, and our staff will be happy to help you find the website. If you require additional assistance filling out an application we have a step by step guide located at the front desk of both libraries that will walk you through the process.