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No Tax Forms Yet!

It’s that time of year, and many of our patrons are eagerly asking for tax forms. We have a small number of 1040A and 1040 EZ forms. The IRS will not provide instruction booklets this year. Here are some ways to get them:

 

 

Vicksburg Library Staff’s Best of 2014!

A new year is here, and it promises so many great new books, movies, albums and fun times at the Vicksburg Library. Our staff took a minute to reflect back on some of the new treasures we discovered in 2014. Take a look!

 

2014-2015

 

Best Adult Fiction: The Storied Life of A. J. Fikry by Gabrielle Zevin

Best Adult Non-Fiction: As You Wish by Cary Elwes

Best Young Adult Book: The Spiritglass Charade by Colleen Gleason

Best Music Album: Guardians of the Galaxy Awesome Mix, Volume 1

Best Movie: The LEGO Movie

More Changes at the Vicksburg District Library

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Goodbye Kristy!

The Vicksburg District Library wants to extend a heartfelt thank you and reluctant Good-bye to Ms. Kristy Zeluff, our incomparable children’s librarian and Assistant Director. Ms. Kristy has accepted a position as Assistant Director at the Parchment Community Library, and will leave Vicksburg at the end of December. During her time at Vicksburg, Ms. Kristy has created wonderful, stimulating story times for the littlest residents of the Vicksburg community, presided over immensely fun Summer Reading Programs that brought hundreds of children into the library to read, play, and even make slime! Ms. Kristy has also worked hard to improve the experience of library users by taking on important projects, such as a complete overhaul of our website. Most of all, Ms. Kristy has been a consistently warm, friendly, enthusiastic face that library users from zero to 100 look for when they visit us. We will miss her very much, but are very happy for the Parchment community and excited to see all the things this wonderful librarian will accomplish there.

 

Website Showcase: IRS.gov

Are you eager to get a head start on your taxes? The Internal Revenue Service website, www.IRS.gov , is your best resource. You can access tax forms there, from the most common to the most rare. The site also features tax help, explanations of credits and deductions, links to free tax preparation sites, and the latest tax news. It’s also the place to go to resolve tax disputes, find tax information in Spanish, and learn how the Affordable Care Act impacts your taxes.

Tax season has begun, and IRS.gov is the place to get started.

If you need help with the site, stop on in and we’ll be happy to help.

This month’s book club pick:

Prepare for February by reading any book by M.C. Beaton.

Our next book discussion group will meet Thursday, February 5th at 9 a.m.

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eBook and Digital Audiobook Information

Click the graphic below to visit our eBook & Digital Audiobook catalog!

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