Mark your calendar! Monday, December 1, 6:30 p.m. SANTA CLAUS will visit the Cody Library!
He will give books to good boys and girls and will listen to Christmas wishes. Bring your camera!
Members of the Quake Hockey Team will serve hot chocolate and Christmas cookies. Please join us for a fun time for the whole family! Special thanks to the wonderful Friends of the Cody Library.
William G. Tabacinski won $100 for his short story “The Bronx Buccaneer.” It was chosen as the first place adult division (18 years and older) entry in 2014 Flash Fiction contest at the Park County Public Library in Cody.
Enter to win cash prizes – $100 for first prize in the adult division (18 years and older) and $50 in the youth (under 18 years) division. Certificates will go to second and third place in each division. Fees are $15 for adults and $5 for youth, and will be used to defray contest expenses. All remaining funds will go to the Park County Library Foundation which supports the Libraries.
The winning stories will be read at Winter Gathering, Saturday, Jan. 24, 2015 at the Park County Public Library. Follow this link for the complete guidelines. For more information visit wgbookfair.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dennis Spargur of the Park County Buildings and Grounds Department assembles a newspaper rack for the Library living room while Edie Phillips admires his work.
Thank you to the entire County Crew for early mornings spent clearing the snow from the walks and parking lots. The staff and patrons appreciate you and your good work.
HAPPY THANKSGIVING! Remember, the Library is closed next Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday for the holiday. Stock up on books!
10 a.m. – 2 p.m. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19 — Laura King, Health Council Certified Application Counselor, will be in Grizzly Hall at Park County Public Library in Cody to help people through the process of enrolling in the Health Insurance Marketplace.
Open enrollment began on November 15, 2014 and ends February 15, 2015.
· HAVE QUESTIONS ABOUT ENROLLING?
· NEED ASSISTANCE ENROLLING
· NEED TO CHANGE YOUR EXISTING PLAN?
To apply, bring the following:
- Birth dates, social security number(s) or document numbers for legal immigrants
- Pay stubs, W-2 forms, or wage and tax statements
- Policy number for any current health insurance
- Information about any health insurance offered through work
- Personal email address (or be prepared to create an email address)
For more information contact: Laura King, Health Council Certified Application Counselor at 307-254-0751, visit healthcare.gov, call 2-1-1 for immediate inquiry or go to the Wyoming Department of Insurance website at doi.wyo.gov.
Can’t make this session? Enroll Wyoming will be at the library from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 17.
Are you preparing to take the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery test to join one of the branches of service? We have two new books, shelved at the Reference Desk in Cody. Click below on the title links to reserve via the online catalog. Or you may ask at the Reference Desk to check out a copy. If they are already checked out, we can reserve them for you.
ASVAB AFQT for dummies : a Wiley brand / by Rod Powers.
Powers, Rod, author.
ISBN 9781118775172 9781118817780
Shelf Number 355.0076 ASVAB AFQT 2014
ASVAB 2015 : strategies, practice, & review.
Shelf Number 355.0076 ASVAB 2015
Don’t forget — an online resource, known as Learning Express, is available with your library card number and PIN. You need to set up a separate account once you access it. You can download a review guide there too!
Portraits, black and white studies, landscapes and landmarks, 15 photographs by Tracie Fernandez, are on display at the library this month.
Tracie says “I am a photographer living in Meeteetse, Wyoming. Needing a new challenge in my life, photography has sparked my imagination. Armed with my camera, I find unlimited opportunities to capture the beauty of our little corner of Wyoming. From the addition of filters, artistically enhanced, or left in its natural state, my goal is to let each photo tell its own story.”
Visit www.meeteetsecowboycorner.com to see Tracie’s work.