"Imagine Your Story" Summer Reading at the Jefferson County Public Library
Multiple dates from Monday, June 22nd, 2020 to Saturday, July 25th, 2020
June 15th-July 25th 2020
Step 1: GET A READING LOG!
3 ways to get the log-
Madison and Hanover locations
JCPL Summer Reading on Facebook
Step 2: READ!
Read any book you like and keep track of minutes read or books finished using the log for your age group. Audio and e-books count too! Prizes for the first 4 completed reading logs and drawing entries for up to 12 completed reading logs.
Step 3: RECORD YOUR LOGS
When you enter a finished log, you are automatically entered into a prize drawing and can arrange for reading prize pickup! Children's drawings weekly. Teen drawings depend on submissions.
Step 4: PICK UP YOUR PRIZES!
The form will ask where you would like to pick up your prizes.
*CHECK OUT THE ACTIVITY CALENDAR FOR JUNE AND JULY ON FACEBOOK AT JCPL SUMMER READING*
Main Library: 812-265-2744
Hanover Branch: 812-866-1470
Jefferson County Public Library
420 W Main St.
The event runs from 12:00am to 11:59pm on the following dates.
Select a date to add this event to your calendar app.
Virtual Mother Goose On The Loose
10am every Tuesday Put on by the Jefferson County Public Library This virtual story/activity time for children 6mo. – 35mo. includes rhymes, songs, and more for babies and toddlers and their caregivers. SIGN UP USING the CHILD's FIRST and LAST NAME unless you are signing up multiple kids in the same family. Please, try to have the following available to use during story time: a shaker of some kind (a plastic egg with rice or beans inside) rattle or other toy AND a scarf of some kind (a bandana, cloth, scarf, or dry washcloth). Participants do not have to attend every week. When you sign up, we will email you a link to join the story time using zoom. Registration is required. Please, register for each week that you plan to attend. Free. Call 812/265-2744at Jefferson County Public Library
Free Covid 19 testing
FREE COVID-19 TESTING SITE The City of Madison is offering COVID-19 testing at the Senior Center beginning July 21st. This site will provide testing for up to 132 individuals per day free of charge without an appointment, symptoms, insurance, or a doctor’s note. Details The testing will be held at the Senior Center located at 208 N. Main St. The site will be open from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Monday through Friday until at least mid-August. However, the site will close each day from 12:00 p.m. to 12:30 p.m. and from 4:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. to provide staff with meal breaks. The testing site is managed by OptumServe and follows all CDC and State of Indiana COVID-19 guidelines. Therefore, only two individuals will be permitted in the building for testing at a time. While walk-ins are accepted, residents are encouraged to register for testing online. LHI.Care/covidtesting is the preferred method for registering and requesting appointments. It is available 24/7. The Call Center is only available during the test site hours of operation for select residents that do not have internet access. The phone number is 888-634-1116. Appointments are encouraged; patients arriving at the event site without a scheduled appointment will be registered by event staff upon arrival at the facility.at Madison Senior Center
Carroll County Career Services
Job Seeker Services- Focus Career Job Search Portal, Interview Assistance, Job Fairs and Hiring Events, Youth and Young Adult Career Options Employer Services- Direct Access to Local Job Seekers for Employers, Talent Recruitment Assistance, Pre-screening, Assessment and Hiring Support, Job Posting on FOCUS Talent Job Search Portal Education and Training- Soft Skills Workshops, Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act Grant Funding, Career Training and Exploration Career Readiness- Resume and Cover Letter Services, Letter of Disclosure, Federal Bonding Walk in Hours: Wednesday-Thursday 8am-4:30pm Monday, Tuesday, and Friday by appointment Visit www.nkcareercenter.org for more informationat Kentucky Career Center
This program will run as a first come first serve basis.
The HLC Board of Trustees voted this week to extend the deadline by one year.