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Making travel plans?

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travel booksDid you know that the Lagrange Association Library has a travel section?  A newly updated travel section? Well,  we do. It’s extremely popular, in fact, people come in to browse all the time! Starting in the 910 section of the library, we have shelves and shelves of Fodor’s, Rick Steve’s, Moon, DK eyewitness, Lonely Planet and much more. Looking to plan a trip to Disney World or Italy? We have that. Do you want to backpack across Europe, check here first! Cruise the Mediterranean?  Volunteer tourism Latin America?   Travel to the Holy Land? Ecotourism in Antarctica? Safari in Africa? Would you like to swim with the dolphins in Hawaii, try looking here! Whatever you need, we have it!

In preparation for your trip,  apply for a US Passport here at the Lagrange Library.  Library staff are certified by the US Department of State to offer Passport acceptance services.  We strongly encourage patrons to book appointments online.  Consult our website for information regarding necessary forms, id requirements and payments.

Also, Lagrange Association Library offers  Mango Languages,  a  language learning database accessible via http://www.laglib.org….all free with your library card.

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Author: spotwin

While I am a librarian , I am a reading cheerleader. The purpose of this library blog is to better promote reading and information literacy to community. I love books, reading to my son,properly placed apostrophes,canoeing, locating the nearest Starbucks, cheering the Montreal Canadians, and Cherry Garcia ice cream.

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