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  Trails Regional Library, the Odessa Branch, is having Read Aloud Family Time once again! What an exciting time to come together as a family and enjoy an adventure that only a book can deliver! You set the challenge and at the end of March you can earn this wonderful book of Winnie-the-Pooh and friends. Sign up at the library Monday - Thursday from 9-7 and Friday and Saturday 9 - 5. Hurry in before it is too late, Winnie might eat all the honey before you get here!
Due to lack of usage the library will cease to offer access to the Transparent Language service effective March 1, 2015. Patrons who wish to use it should do so before that date. The library has had interest from patrons for more traditional foreign language learning products and library staff members are evaluating options to better serve this segment of our patron base. For more information on this and other online resources, you may contact Digital Services Librarian Kyle Constant via the library's contact page or by phone at (660)747-9177.  To continue to Transparent Language, click here.
The Warrensburg branch will be hosting three screenings in the Show-Me Justice Film Festival. All screenings are double features pairing films with similar themes or subject matter. No registration is required and admission is free.    Thursday, February 19, 2015 at 4:00 p.m. My Left Foot (104 Minutes): An alternative to the general run of “triumph over the odds” biopics, My Left Foot is the true story of Irish cerebral palsy victim Christy Brown. Paralyzed from birth, Brown (played by Hugh O’Conor as a child and Daniel Day-Lewis as an adult) is written off as retarded and helpless. But Christy’s indomitable mother (Brenda Fricker) never gives up on the boy. Using his left foot,...