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Desperately Seeking Tax Forms?

tax form graphicThe IRS will not be providing libraries with the array of forms it has in the past, only the basics like Form 1040. No instruction booklets will be available at the library either.

Look here for phone numbers and links for ordering or downloading the tax forms you need. Publication 17, which includes the tax tables, can be viewed as a PDF or downloaded in ePub format to some ereaders. (Click the ebook tab on this page for more on IRS ebooks.)

The good news is that the Albany Library has received 540EZ forms and should soon have the basic IRS forms (1040, 1040A, 1040EZ) available to pick up.

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We’d love to hear how your writing is going! Please feel free to post your successes, your challenges, your thoughts, your suggestions as you work toward your own word goal for National Novel Writing Month.

–Julie Winkelstein

Just respond to this blog post and we’ll keep the thread going!

November 4 Novel Writing Group

November 4 Novel Writing Group

Paula’s Retirement Photo Album

Here’s a photo album from Paula Greer’s retirement bash on July 26, 2014. A treasury of faces, a diary of friends. Thanks to Brian Edwards for the wonderful photos.

Today, Albany Library welcomes a long-time library employee and manager, Brian Edwards. He will be our new Circulation Supervisor.

Library Manager, Deb Sica writes:

Brian comes to us with an AA in Liberal Arts from Ohlone, a BA in Studio Arts/Painting from CSU, East Bay and an MPA in Management/Policy Analysis from CSU, East Bay as part of the County Cohort.

Brian has worked for the Alameda County Library since 1999. He started as a Page at FRM and promoted to a Clerk. He went full-time as a Clerk in DUB in 2005. There, he was promoted to Lead Clerk and worked as Acting Circulation Supervisor. In 2009, Brian was hired as Circulation Supervisor at NWK and has been acting Branch Manager from 2010-2014. He understands the library from various perspectives and has strong leadership qualities. He is tech savvy and promotes professional development and innovative programming.

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Road Scholars on Tour

Road Scholar offers tours for people who love to learn. This summer, ardent travelers Larry and Jill Fine are visiting libraries throughout Alameda County to share their experiences and knowledge of the educational trips Road Scholar offers in all 50 states and 150 countries.

Looking for inspiration for your next memorable journey? Join us at the Albany Library on August 7 at 1:30pm.

Join us tomorrow night, April 28, at 6:30pm for a screening of the award-winning documentary The Fight in the Fields: Cesar Chavez and the ImageFarmworkers’ Struggle, the first film to cover the full arc of the labor leader’s life. Using archival footage, newsreel, and present-day interviews with his prominent contemporaries, the documentary traces the remarkable contributions of Chávez and others involved in this epic struggle. It offers a different look at the renowned labor leader than the feature film currently in theaters. Co-director Rick Tejada-Flores will be on hand to introduce the film and answer questions after the screening.

This event is co-sponsored by the Albany Library, the Albany FilmFest, and the Friends of the Albany Library. Free.

On April 7, Albany City Council member, Marge Atkinson, presented a proclamation recognizing National Library Week at Albany Library.  Library manager, Deb Sica, received the proclamation with Library Board members, Alan Riffer and Karen McKeown. Come by the library and dig up a little local treasure from the shelves. Talk with staff. Attend a program.

If you happen to have overdue fines, the county library is sponsoring Food for Fines Week from April 13 to April 19. See flyer below.

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