Winter Reading Challenge
From January 10 to February 28, 2022, Chapin Memorial Library is participating in Beanstack’s Fifth Annual Winter Reading Challenge, sponsored by Lerner Publishing Group - "Read for a Better World".
Participants of all ages are encouraged to read at least 10 books during the challenge and keep track of their reading on our Beanstack portal, or with the Beanstack app on their mobile device.
There will be weekly prize winners drawn during the challenge, and one grand prize winner for each each group. For more information click here.
Good luck, and happy reading, Myrtle Beach!
NEW STREAMING SERVICE - KANOPY
Kanopy is a video streaming service that provides ad-free, quality, and thoughtful entertainment to public libraries and their patrons. Find movies, documentaries, foreign films, classic cinema, independent films, and educational videos that inspire, enrich and entertain.
Click connect below to begin. On the next page click the orange "Add Library Card" button and create a Kanopy account. Users can view up to 8 films per month for 3 days each from the default Kanopy portal. Films accessed from the "Kanopy Kids" portal have unlimited viewing. Kanopy works with most smart phones, tablets, smart TVs, streaming devices and desktop computers.
Mobile WiFi Hotspots
No internet access at home? Going on a road trip? Mobile WiFi Hotspots are available for checkout to patrons ages 18 and over, for up to a 7-day lending period. Hotspots are available on a first-come, first-served basis, with a full-access Chapin Memorial Library card. No reservations or renewals at this time. If you are interested in borrowing a hotspot, please come to the Information Services desk on the 2nd floor of the library. If you have additional questions, please contact Information Services or call 843-918-1295.
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