Please join us for a free and informative lecture on Matisse vs. Picasso at the Oxford Area Arts Alliance.
IRS Tax Forms
We have just been informed that the federal tax form program is being cut back DRASTICALLY this year due to budget cuts recently passed by Congress.
We will have only the forms: Forms 1040, 1040A, and 1040EZ.
There will be no instruction booklets available at CCLS libraries.
All Chester County public libraries with the exception of Atglen Public Library, Chester Springs Library and West Chester Public Library will receive the three Federal Tax Forms. You can access all forms and instructions at http://www.irs.gov/Forms-&-Pubs. You can access and print tax forms and instruction booklets at any CCLS library at the usual rate per page. To receive Forms and Publications by U.S. Mail go to irs.gov/Forms-&-Pubs/Order-Products (click here for step-by-step instructions) or call 1-800-829-3676
Dan and Sean, podcasters at the Oxford Public Library, explore how the story of music in America is in a sense the (hi)story of America itself; examples of this phenomenon that they discuss include the evolution of both rock and jazz from blues music and the subsequent pluralism and proliferation of fusion genres on the music scene today.
Watch this video on at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t9hGq6D0Itg
Rene’ and William take a quick tour of the Oxford Public Library!
Dan, podcaster at the Oxford Public Library, noticed huge stones sitting upright near the library; upon further investigation, he discovered that they represent each of the five branches of the United States Armed Forces.
Watch this video on at http://youtu.be/6Q83oKbXTGs
Austin, podcaster at the Oxford Public Library, interviews Ms. Colleen and other staff and patrons in the Children’s Library.
Watch this video on at http://youtu.be/WOKJmjKBn84
Rene’ and DJ, podcasters at the Oxford Public Library, explore definitions of conservation and what we can do to sustain a healthy environment.
Watch this video on at http://youtu.be/AoP6ouIVGi0