Do you find yourself gazing outside at your garden? Listening for the sound of birds, returning from the south? Are you consumed with the obsession to till, even when the temperature is 35 degrees? Then you need to check out the library’s upcoming books on gardening and nature such as Everyday Roses by Paul Zimmerman; Grow Fruit Naturally by Lee Reich and Powerhouse Plants by Graham Rice. If you’re tired of cooking comfort food in a crock pot and want some fresh ideas for dinner, check out Cooking Light’s Fresh Food Fast or Vegetables Please : the More Vegetables, Less Meat Cookbook by Carolyn Humphries and if you want to restyle, renovate your house or simplify your life look into Cristin Frank’s Living Simple, Free and Happy or Matthew Mead’s Ultimate Recycled Style Guide. Whatever your passion, the library has books to pursue it!
You’re invited to attend a free program to learn how to avoid scams and protect yourself while online. Prevent con-artists from stealing your hard-earned money by taking precautions outlined in this program. The program will be held on March 27th at the Main library in Nashville at 1:00pm. Registration is requested, please call the library at 988-2850.
Indiana Do Not Call List
National Do Not Call List
Consumer Complaint and Mediation Line
Identity Theft/Scams & Fraud Prevention
Avoiding Scams and Identity Theft
Are you looking for a job and need to prepare a resume? You need not look any further than our Library Website!
Go to the Library Home Page, on the right hand side under Quick Links, click on Inspire.
On the bottom of the Inspire page, you will see a banner for Testing & Education Reference Center, click on that link.
At the top of the Testing & Education Reference Center page, you will see a link for Career Tools, move the curser to that link and then scroll down to Build a Resume. Click on the link. Click on “Start Now” and you are on your way.
Click on the “New User” link. It will prompt you to fill out a form to register with a user name and password.
Once this has been accomplished, you will be directed to build your resume… Fast, easy and at no cost to you.
Just one of the many helpful tools we offer you through our new ELECTRONIC RESOURCES!
The next time you come to the main branch of the library be sure to look at the beautiful fall landscape located in the recessed area behind the front desk. This painting is by Lillian Dunnigan (1921 – 2010), an Illinois native who moved to Brown Co. in 1958 and maintained an art studio above the Village Green for many years. A former student of the Chicago Professional School of Art, she began her career as a commercial artist and later expanded to landscapes. Like so many others, Lillian shared her time and talents by giving lessons and mentoring young people interested in art. Please take a moment to appreciate her lovely contribution the the library’s art collection.
Do you have long-overdue items still checked out on your library card? Drop by the library between February 1st-16th to take advantage of our “Have a Heart” amnesty period and have your fees waived! All you have to do is bring back all undamaged items you have checked out and we’ll forgive your late fees, no questions! The same applies for patrons who have already brought back all checked out library items undamaged, but have accumulated a late fee on your account. You just have to come to the desk and ask us to “Have a Heart” and we’ll forgive your late fees. This is only valid on items that have been brought back undamaged, not on items that have been lost or damaged.