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THE PALACE PROJECT IS HERE!
Tired of going to different apps for your CloudLibrary and Overdrive
E-books and E-Audiobooks? Here they are all in one app!
INTRODUCING THE PALACE PROJECT
The library is introducing The Palace Project app (“Palace”) that makes accessing the library’s ebook and audiobook collections easier than ever. Palace brings together all of the library’s ebook and audiobook collections into one simple app, where users can search and browse, check out items, and read, in just a few taps. The Palace app is available now to all Palm springs Library patrons from the Apple Store and for Android from the Google Playstore.
CloudLibrary content is currently available in the App. COMING SOON: The library's E content from OVERDRIVE!
ATTENTION OVERDRIVE APP USERS!
The Overdrive App will be discontinued soon. Please download the LIBBY app or PALACE app from your app store to continue using material from Overdrive.
The Village of Palm Springs Awards
Joseph L. Fallon Scholarship 2022
Author Visit: Mary Simses
Event held May 12th, 2022 at 1:00pm
Last Thursday the Village of Palm Springs Public Library hosted an Author Visit and Mayor Bev Smith welcomed Mary Simses who was very inspirational and talked about the books she wrote: The irresistible Blueberry Bakeshop & Cafê, the rules of love and grammar, and the Wedding Thief. And of course about the adapted Hallmark Movie renamed The irresistible blueberry farm. Everyone who participated enjoyed the event and hope to welcome her again!
Bookmark Contest Winnersrecipient's
Kindergarten First Place: Yua Paul - Palm Springs Elementary School
Kindergarten Second Place: Jorissa Gaspard - St. Luke Catholic School
Kindergarten Third Place: Mayra Gautam - C.O. Taylor Elementary School
First Grade First Place: Joseph Osorio - C.O. Taylor Elementary School
First Grade Second Place: Dylan Rosales - C.O. Taylor Elementary School
First Grade Third Place: Anthony Molina - C.O. Taylor Elementary School
Second Grade First Place: Alessandra Velasques - St. Luke Catholic School
Second Grade Second Place: Ashley Sanchez - C.O. Taylor Elementary School
Second Grade Third Place: Christian Brunach - C.O. Taylor Elementary School
Third Grade First Place: Diana Valiente - Palm Springs Elementary School
Third Grade Second Place: Aneeva Luxie Estinfort Jerome -Palm Springs Elementary School
Third Grade Third Place: Zya Newby C.O. Taylor Elementary School
Fourth Grade First Place: Sophie Estrada - St. Luke Catholic School
Fourth Grade Second Place: Sophie Arcila - St. Luke Catholic School
Fourth Grade Third Place: Loraine Machin - C.O. Taylor Elementary School
Fifth Grade First Place: Mia Aguirre Caceres - C.O. Taylor Elementary School
Fifth Grade Second Place: Nataly Avellaneda - Palm Springs Elementary School
Fifth Grade Third Place: Lilian Villeda - C.O. Taylor Elementary School
Sixth Grade First Place: Lorelei Crockenberg - Palm Springs Middle School
Sixth Grade Second Place: Kristin Aleskevsky - Duncan Middle School School
Sixth Grade Third Place: Mason Warren - Palm Springs Middle School
Seventh Grade First Place: Juana Guatemala Analco - Palm Springs Middle School
Seventh Grade Second Place: Jeleny Juarez - Palm Springs Middle School
Seventh Grade Third Place: Rosy Salinas Cosas - Palm Springs Middle School
Eight Grade Winner: Keilah Torres - Palm Springs Middle School
Seventh Grade Grand Prize Winner: Janesse Lopez - Palm Springs Middle School
FREE ACCESS TO NEWSPAPERS
WITH YOUR LIBRARY CARD
NewsBank - America's Newspapers includes current and archival editions from hundreds of newspapers nation wide. The Palm Beach Post includes the current daily edition FREE for you online. Search a single issue or the text version from 1989 to current. Select the links above, enter your library card number and you have immediate access to local, state and national news.
Curbside Checkout: Place your desired items on hold at KOHA online catalog or call the library at (561) 584-8350. Library staff will call you when your item(s) are available.
You will need your Palm Springs Library card and pin (last four digits of your phone number) to put the item on hold. If you do not have a library card, you can apply for one online here.
During your appointment, your labeled bag will be outside: First 3 letters of last name and last 4 digits of your phone number.
¿NECESITA LIBROS O PELÍCULAS?
¡Se ofrece servicio de recogida en la acera!
Visite la páginade la biblioteca en vpsfl.org y haga clic en KOHA ONLINE CATALOG, o llame a la biblioteca al 561-584-8350 para reservar sus artículos. Le llamaremos cuando sus artículos estén listos para ser recogidos. Los libros electrónicos y los audiolibros electrónicos también están disponibles para descargar en línea.
E-BOOKS, E-AUDIOBOOKS, DIGITAL MAGAZINES, E-RESOURCES
We have many wonderful virtual options to use the library! Have you checked out our NEW online book platform, CloudLibrary? Download the app on your device.
RBDigital - DIGITAL MAGAZINES & E-AUDIOBOOKS
Online magazines and audiobooks through RB Digital! Click on the register link and input your information. Select Palm Springs Public Library and input your library card number.
SEE OUR FREE ONLINE EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES. E
- Educational e-Resources PRESCHOOL AGE to Elementary School
- Educational e-Resources 6th grade,
- HIGH SCHOOL AND ADULTS
- Educational e-Resources Parents’ Guides
For information about COVID-19: http://palmbeach.floridahealth.gov/
If you think you have any symptoms, you can call: 24 hour 7 days a week call center: 1 (866) 779-6121 or email: COVIDemail@example.com
If you live in Palm Beach County, you can call: (561) 671-4184.
For information from the School District: palmbeachschools.org/coronavirus
Mission: The Palm Springs Public Library provides an enjoyable environment for our local community through service, creativity, and technology innovation.