Tax forms are here! Please stop in if you need federal or state tax forms. If you require an unusual form we can go online and try to find it for you (please have the form number and title ready). Also, check out the Tax Resources page at cadl.org to take advantage of the many links and tips provided there.
Are you using free file this year? Just go to irs.gov and search for “free file.” According to the IRS, “The Free File program provides free federal income tax preparation and electronic filing for eligible taxpayers through a partnership between the Internal Revenue Service and the Free File Alliance LLC, a group of private sector tax software companies. Many companies offer free or paid state tax preparation and e-filing services.”
Another important announcement, this one for fiction fans: tickets are now available at the library for a free presentation by Audrey Niffenegger, author of the widely acclaimed “The Time Travelers Wife” and “Her Fearful Symmetry.” It will be held on March 23 at 7 pm in the Holt Junior High School auditorium. If you prefer to have your tickets mailed, call (517) 367-6355. Be sure to get your FREE tickets today for this popular event. You can also visit our 2010 Spring Author Series web page for more information.
Other Williamston Library Happenings
Promote Michigan’s Dianna Stampfler is returning on Saturday, March 6 at 2 pm to present a program on Michigan’s One Room Schoolhouses. Thousands of one-room school houses once stretched across Michigan. Some have been preserved in historical villages (including our very own in Williamstown township), while others have been converted into homes, antique shops, art galleries and museums. A small number are still in use as schools. Join us for this educational and photographic trip back in time to visit schoolhouses that have been lost—and found. Seating is on a first-come basis.
Our March book discussion is scheduled for Tuesday, March 16 at 1 pm. Come in and check out a copy of “Heart in the Right Place” by Carolyn Jourdan. This is our Capital Area Reads selection, and we are encouraging readers across Ingham County to read and talk about the book. The library will then sponsor a presentation by the author on April 19 at 7 pm, at Kinawa Middle School in Okemos. Visit cadl.org/car for more information.
-Michele Brussow, Williamston Library Head Librarian
PS: Mark your calendars and bring in any book donations you may have! The Friends of the Williamston library is hosting a book sale at the Community Center on Saturday, March 20.