News. Fun. Library stuff.
Bridges Library System
May 2019
Man and woman stand behind table with a "Bridges Library System" tablecloth on it and handouts and signs on top of it
Woman talking to another woman across a table
Talking to people about their libraries is one of our favorite things to do! Thank you to everyone who stopped by to learn more about their libraries at our booth at the ProHealth Community Fair in Waukesha last month.
Catalog Upgrade
Image of construction tools. Text reads: "CAFE catalog under construction May 14, 2019"
The CAFE catalog will be unavailable on May 14. This means you won't be able to: search the catalog, place holds, renew items online, or access Overdrive/Libby. You can still check out materials at your libraries, though!
Welcome Erin!
Woman sitting at desk and smiling at camera
We are so happy to introduce you to the newest employee at the Bridges Library System. Erin Kramer will be offering extensive technical support to our member libraries in her new role as Technology Support Specialist. Welcome to the Bridges family, Erin!
Celebrate Spring At the Library
Woman wearing orange backpack in library
We compiled a list of ways to celebrate spring and get outside with materials from your public library!
Read More
Memorialize Your Family's Heroes
Image of tombstones with flags next to them. Text reads: "Find Your Soldier. Meet your family at your public library." Includes a logo of AncestryLibrary.com
Your library card gives you free access to AncestryLibrary.com, so that you can find the heroes in your family. 
Learn More
Around the Libraries
The Butler Public Library celebrated 55 years of serving the community on April 4.
Young woman painting the cheek of a little girl
Karl Junginger Memorial Library hosted a bilingual "Welcome to the Library" party to welcome the Hispanic population of our community to the library.
Tall silver dropbox with library logo and Lions Club flyer on it
Big Bend Village Library installed a new outdoor book return, courtesy of their local Lions Club.
Hospital hallway showing sign for Obstetrics and Women's Health. A dolly of boxes sits at entrance to hallway.
Fort HealthCare's Great Expectations Birthing Center received 500 board books from the Dwight Foster Public Library, which will be given to each newborn in their hospital welcome bag.
Connect With Us on Facebook to See More
Your Library
We serve 24 public libraries in Jefferson and Waukesha counties. Connect with your library today!
Your Turn!
Comments? Questions? Want to highlight something happening at your library? Email Jill at jfuller@bridgeslibrarysystem.org.
Visit Our Website
Search the CAFE Catalog
Facebook
Pinterest
YouTube
Copyright © 2019 Bridges Library System, All rights reserved.


Want to change how you receive these emails?
You can update your preferences or unsubscribe from this list

Email Marketing Powered by Mailchimp