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Refresh at the Bistro in Stephens Central Library
Bistro: 325-650-3258              
Hours: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Monday - Saturday
 
Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner with  delivery in the downtown area.
Featuring breakfast sandwiches, paninis, wraps, pizzas, salads, coffee, tea, fruit smoothies, fresh juices, wheat grass shots and more. Click here for full menu.
Planning a birthday party?
Have it at Off the Pages Bistro!
Birthday child and guests spend time in the LibrarChildren's department, then eat and decorate cupcakes in the Bistro.  Call for details.

Let Us Notify You - It's Your Choice

TGC Library will notify you when your books will be due, notices of being overdue and when your books on hold are available. You may choose to have any or all of these notices in the manner you prefer - by telephone, by mail, e-mail or by text message. Just call or visit the Circulation Department and let us know your preference.



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Online Computer Training
Need to brush up or learn some new computer skills?  From Computer Basics to Photoshop, and everything in between, Atomic Training can help.


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Suzanne Bloom presents Workshops
No cost, but you must register
 
TOGETHER IS BETTER---- for teachers, parents, students, caregivers—anyone who has a young child in their lives!  Click for more info.
 
and
 
A writing and illustrating workshop for teens, Thursday,  April 17, 4:00 - 6:00 in the Community Room.
  


Need some Easter Crafts & Decorating Ideas?
Click here for Easter Crafts from the Do It Yourself Database.
You may be asked to sign in: use your library card # and first three letters of your last name. 
When you choose an article, click on full .pdf version.
 

Want to Collect Rainwater?
Use a TGC Library Database to find out how
Click here to see the Do It Yourself Database search result.
 You may be asked to sign in: use your library card # and the first 3 letters of your last name.
When you choose an article, click on "full .pdf version"