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50¢ Fridays at PPL
For the months of June, July and August, on Fridays only, all DVDs can be checked out for 50¢.

New in the AV Department:
Video games are now available for check out!  Xbox, Wii, PS3 games.  Check out for 1 week for $2 per game, 2 game limit.  Find the Xbox list here and the Wii and PS3 list here.


Check out the Quickflix  and Quikflix Blu-ray shelves.  DVD's on these shelves may be checked out for 2 days only, with no renewals. Only the newer arrivals will be put on the shelves, and no holds may be placed on them.  The fine will remain the same at $1 per day. For more information, phone the library: 936-2324, ext. 109.

Gift Certificates
Gift certificates are available for purchase in the AV department.  They are in amounts of $10.00 for twelve rentals, or $20.00 for 25 rentals.
          

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

$10 DVD Gift Certificate Monthly Drawing
Patrons who buy a DVD card will be eligible for the monthly drawing of a Free card!!!  Buy as many cards as you like…more chances to win! Winners will be notified.

July DVD Card Winners:
Jill Heet
Mark Wunder
Sheree moser
Mabel Beers

MAKE NOTE!

DVDs have a one week circulation.  Late fee is $1.00 per day per item.  You may renew item by bringing it into the library and paying the $1.00 fee for checkout.

DON’T FORGET!

DVDs  Compact Discs, CD ROMs and Books on CD, (in their cases), can be put in the book drop box.  Avoid leaving any of these items in temperature extremes.

Service Available
Disc cleaning and repair.  Let us professionally clean/repair your CDs, DVDs, CD-ROMs or Game Discs for only $5 per disc.  For more information, talk to Susan Mitchell in the AV Department.

 

 

 

 

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AV Policies

A limit of of 20 CDs or Books on CD may be checked out for 3 weeks. 

A limit of 5 CD ROMs may be checked out for 3 weeks.

DVDs may be checked out for one week at a charge of $1.00 per item. Borrower must be eighteen years of age (
or may be 15, 16, or 17 years of age with a signed permission slip from a parent or guardian).  The overdue charge is $1.00 per day for each DVD.  A limit of 20 DVDs may be checked out at one time.

Video games may be checked out for 1 week for $2 per game, 2 game limit.

CDs, Books on CD, CD ROMs and DVDs are not to be repaired, altered or tampered with in any way. If there is a problem with any of these items, please inform us at the time the item is returned. Avoid leaving any of these items in temperature extremes. Play only at room temperature. In case of damage or loss, borrower may be charged the full replacement cost.

Teen AV Policy

Fifteen, sixteen and seventeen year old teens are allowed to check out DVDs if they have a valid library card, and a signed permission form on file. The permission form must be signed in the library by a parent or guardian.  No R-Rated films may be checked out unless permission is given by parent.  Forms may be picked up in the AV Department.

All the AV policies remain the same:  Check out for one week, @ $1.00 charge per title, and $1.00 per day for each overdue DVD.

Audio Visual Equipment

The library has slide projectors, screens and overhead projectors that may be checked out. There is also an opaque projector that may be utilized in-house by patrons.  A multimedia projector is also available for use in-house.

Also available for public use within the library is a Polycom Videoconference Unit made possible with a $10,000 grant from The Library Services and Technology Act. The unit, which consists of a large screen television, microphones, document viewer, and video camera, uses the internet to connect with similar units throughout the world. This technology provides two-way, interactive communication of voice and video in real time, and is already in use by many schools, universities, and businesses.

 

 

 

 

 

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