TALKING BOOK LIBRARY OPEN HOUSE FEATURES NEW TALKING BOOK DEVICE DEMO

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The Traverse Area District Library (TADL) would like to invite all Talking Book Library (TBL) patrons, their families and friends, and interested members of the community to the Talking Book Library Open House and Technology Fair on Friday, March 1 from 1-5 p.m. at the Main (Woodmere) Branch located at 610 Woodmere Avenue in Traverse City.


The TBL provides free recorded books to visually and physically impaired patrons living in Grand Traverse, Antrim, Benzie, Kalkaska, Leelanau, Manistee, Missaukee and Wexford Counties.

The Open House will offer an opportunity for patrons and members of the community to learn about new services and devices available to them through the TBL as well as provide an opportunity to meet staff and fellow patrons.

“We will be offering our patrons a hands on experience to try out some of our new TBL devices,” said Metta T. Lansdale, Jr. TADL director. “We are excited about these new offerings and are hopeful our patrons will benefit from them.”

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