Peninsula libraries now offer DVDs and music CDs through its Grab Bag program available at each North Olympic Library System branch. Photo courtesy of North Olympic Library System

Peninsula libraries now offer DVDs and music CDs through its Grab Bag program available at each North Olympic Library System branch. Photo courtesy of North Olympic Library System

Peninsula libraries offer grab bags for patrons

NOLS expands Grab Bag service

The North Olympic Library System is now offering DVDs and music CDs in its Grab Bag service.

Each bag will contain up to 10 items from the library’s collection that can be picked up during curbside hours. Available items include books, audiobooks on CD, Playaways, music CDs and DVDs. Patrons should allow up to two business days for their request to be processed; automatic holds notifications will be sent when items are ready for pickup.

“We know that patrons miss the experience of browsing the Library’s shelves,” Library Director Noah Glaude said. “Grab Bags have provided a discover service that many users appreciate, so we are happy to add these formats.”

Curbside service is available at all NOLS branches from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays, and 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.

For more information, visit www.nols.org or contact the library at 360-417-8500 or discover@nols.org.

Sequim artist’s work on display in PT

Sequim artist Susan Gansert Shaw recently had five of her paintings selected to show at Jefferson Healthcare Center in Port Townsend.

Art in the Hospital, Northwind Arts Center and Jefferson Healthcare team up to provide a venue that allows local and regional artists exhibit. Most of the art is located in public access areas, and exhibits rotate quarterly.

Gansert Shaw’s art is on display through Dec. 15. She can be contacted at rock hollowfarm@olypen.com.

See www.northwindarts.org/artinthehospital to view the online exhibit.

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