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  • Outside the Book Episode 1: Get Your Ride On!

    Posted July 17, 2013 in  Books and More
    “Outside the Book” is a new monthly list that brings together materials from several areas of the library’s collections under the banner of an entertaining theme. Our themes may remind you of something you wanted to read, watch, listen to, or explore. Check back regularly for Continue…
  • Our New Director

    Posted May 15, 2013 in  General
    On April 22, 2013, the Portage District Library Board met in a regular public session and concluded their internal search process by taking official action and offering Interim Library Director Christine Klien the position of permanent Library Director of the Portage District Library, effective May Continue…
  • PDL Director Search:  Update

    Posted April 3, 2013 in  General
    Our search for a new Director is continuing a little closer to home! The Library Board has elected to begin with an internal search. The goal is to begin the interview process mid-April. Just in case you missed it, Tom Haroldson interviewed our Board Chairwoman, Betty Lee Ongley. The article can Continue…
  • Get monthly book recommendations in your email!

    Posted April 3, 2013
    Subscribe to Portage District Library’s NextReads newsletter, and receive book reviews in your email. Select newsletters that match your interest, subscribe, and watch your email for monthly book recommendations and reviews. All reviews are linked to our catalog, so you can check Continue…
  • Try TumbleCloud for free online books for teens and tweens

    Posted March 5, 2013 in  Books and MoreParents and KidsGeneralTeens
    TumbleCloud allows you to read or listen to books, watch National Geographic movies, and more. This service does not require a download. All you need is a computer and an internet connection! Go to our “Parents and Kids” section and click on “TumbleBooks” for more Continue…
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