Holiday Closing

We will be closed Friday, July 3rd and Saturday, July 4th.  Please visit the Recycled Book next door to the library from 11 am - 2 pm Friday, and after the parade on Saturday for holiday specials.

Every Hero Has a Story - Summer Reading Program

June 16th -
Marvel Super Heroes - Library

June 23rd - Conserving Our Public Lands - State
Parks

June 30th - Community Super Heroes - MCPAWS, Cascade Police, Cascade Fire Department, and Cascade Food Pantry

July 7th - Midas Gold

July 14th - War Heroes - American Legion Post 60

July 21st - Super Heroes - Cascade Teachers

All
at Armstrong Park 1:00 - 3:00 pm - Please Join Us!

cplv@cableone.net

382-4757

To Register online:

http://www.eventbrite.com/o/cascade-public-library-3958795939?s=39031655

July 21st - Family BBQ and Prize Drawing
6:30 pm

 

Little Libraries and a Free Lunch

Join us Wednesdays at the Cascade School during the Free Summer Lunch Program for our Little Libraries Story Hour. We will be there every Wednesday from 11:30 am - 12:30 pm reading stories to the kids.  Every child may check out one book.  If you bring the book back you can check out a new one the next Wednesday you come!

The free lunch program is Monday - Friday from 11:30 am - 12:30 pm.  Lunch is free for children to age 18, adults may purchase a lunch for $3.00. 

Directions for eBooks

 

 

How to check out &
read eBooks on your KINDLE  - NOW
available through the Cascade Public Library

 

1.      Go to the Cascade Public Library home page: cascade.lili.org

 

2.      Click on "CATALOG" on the upper left hand menu

 

3.      Click "Login to library account" on upper right pop-up

 

4.      Use your card number to log in, password is your 7 digit phone
number without a dash, please call the library at 382-4757 if you need
more information on your account

 

5.      Click on "Idaho Digital Consortium" at bottom of page

 

6.      Click "continue" to submit the encrypted information

 

7.      Browse for books by title, author, genre

 

8.      When find a title you would like to check out, click on title to bring up its page

 

9.      Click on "Borrow" to check out title, you will be prompted if you have already met your checkout limit.

 

10.  Choose "Download" - when open you have choices of format, put a check in KINDLE format and choose "confirm and download"

 

11.  This will take you to AMAZON , choose "get library book", THEN login to your AMAZON account

 

12.  To return book, go to your AMAZON account, choose "Manage Your
Kindle", find the title to return, and choose "return this book" at the
far right of title. Within a few seconds, this title will be returned in
Idaho Digital Consortium and this will be reflected on your bookshelf.

 

 

 

How to check out &
read eBooks on your computer  - NOW
available at the Cascade Public Library

 

1.      Go to the Cascade Public Library home page: cascade.lili.org

 

2.      Click on "CATALOG" on the upper left hand menu

 

3.      Click "Login to library account" on upper right pop-up

 

4.      Use your card number to log in, password is your 7 digit
phone number without a dash, please call the library at 382-4757 if you
need more information on your account

 

5.      Click on "Idaho Digital Consortium" at bottom of page

 

6.      Click "continue" to submit the encrypted information

 

7.      Choose "? HELP" from top right menu

 

8.      Choose "Software" and then "Adobe Digital Editions" to read
eBooks in OVERDRIVE READ, follow prompts to download Adobe Digital
Editions to your computer.

 

9.      Browse for books by title, author, genre

 

10.  When find a title you would like to check out, click on title to bring up its page

 

11.  Click on "Borrow" to check out title, you will be prompted if you have already met your checkout limit.

 

12.  From your bookshelf, Choose "Read (in your browser)" - when
prompted by FIREFOX - choosing "Allow" will make book available for
offline reading. 

 

13.  To return eBook, open Adobe Digital Editions.  Under "Library",
right click on title and choose "Return Borrowed item", then click
"confirm" to return.  Within a few seconds, this title will be returned
in Idaho Digital Consortium and will be reflected on your bookshelf.

We strive to inform, enrich and empower every person in our community by creating and promoting easy access to a vast array of ideas and information, and by supporting an informed citizenry, fostering lifelong learning and love of reading.

Little Library, Big Dreams

Cascade Public Library is nestled in the mountains 75 miles north of Boise. Cascade is a favorite weekend getaway for many Idahoans. In the summer our population explodes as snowbirds flock back to spend the warmer months in the pristine splendor of the Northern Rocky Mountains.

 

Read to MeSpecial thanks to Read to Me, a service of the Idaho Commission for Libraries. Read to Me is an early literacy initiative which provides information, training, technical assistance, and resources for Idaho libraries and their community partners. Find out more at http://libraries.idaho.gov/readtome.

  
Images of Cascade Courtesy of Mike Huston www.picturesofcascade.com

Last updated: April 26, 2013 - 12:21pm by Cascade

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