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It's Coming Soon to a Library near you.........the 2016 Summer Reading Club kicks off at SPL June 7th!

New! Early Literacy Newsletter - Spring 2016 (Requires Adobe Reader to view)
Youth Services staff provide an Early Literacy newsletter, issued quarterly, offering early literacy tips, songs and fingerplays, and suggestions for great books to share with babies, toddlers, and pre-schoolers. If you'd like to be on the mailing list to receive future copies of the newsletter, please e-mail us at LibraryYouthServices@cityofsalem.net.

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Public Use Computers - Computers offering educational games and filtered Internet access are set aside for patrons up to age 18 in the Youth Services area on the third floor of the Central Library and in the children's area at the West Salem Branch.

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To request an accommodation, alternative format of communication, and/or modification of policies and procedures in order to access and benefit from a Library program, service and activity, a library patron must submit a request for reasonable accommodation. The Request for Reasonable Accommodation Form is available on the City’s website.(Alternative formats for the form are also available upon request.)The request for reasonable accommodation must be submitted at least five business days before the scheduled event.If a patron submits a request for reasonable accommodation less than five business days before the event, but the accommodation can still be made before the event begins, library staff will make good faith efforts to provide the accommodation.For questions on a particular accommodation request or for further information on requesting a reasonable accommodation, please contact the Library ADA Coordinator at 503-588-6064.

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