Did you know you can retain _ at no cost _ a Spokane public libraries librarian?
The service is one of the benefits of self-checkout, which frees library staff to provide more customized assistance.
You can get help with a research project, or an introduction to services _ email, audio and visual equipment, or genealogy _ that you may not know were available, or how to access them.
Help can be booked on the libraries’ web site _ spokanelibrary.org _ by briefly explaining what assistance you want, at which branch, and suggesting a few times to assure someone will be available to meet with you.
This and many other library services and materials are available thanks in part to a voter-approved levy of $7 per $100,000 in property valuation that has been in place three years. Measure No. 1, which will be on the April 25 ballot, will renew the levy for seven years and fund extended hours at several branches, and the purchase of more materials.
Please vote for Measure 1 and keep Spokane public libraries a resource for all.