Author Archive for Kara


Friday, Feb 7, 2020

The Library Board recently reviewed the Library's Confidentiality and Privacy Policy. This policy defines how the Library serves as custodian of records, protects this confidential informaiton and responds to requests for information about Library patrons.

Wednesday, Feb 5, 2020

There's a new Transit survey designed to solicit feedback from community members about changes in services provided by Iowa City Transit, Coralville Transit and CAMBUS. The survey is available through Friday February 21st.

Tuesday, Feb 4, 2020

A special effort to ensure kids and teens who visit the Library don’t go hungry has raised $3,000 to purchase daily afternoon snacks. The Alternative Christmas Team at Zion Lutheran Church in Iowa City identified this need after hearing about food insecurity issues in our community.

Wednesday, Jan 29, 2020

Do you schedule events for an organization? If so, The IC Convention and Visitors Bureau has a tool, called BMindful, to help

Thursday, Jan 23, 2020

The Iowa City Public Library is pleased to announce a collection of large print children’s books is now available for check out. Made possible through a generous grant from the Pilot Club of Iowa City, the collection contains over 120 fiction and nonfiction titles, including Jeff Kinney’s Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Jason Reynold’s Ghost and Louise Erdrich’s The Birchback House.

Thursday, Jan 2, 2020

Fake News seems to be everywhere. How do you know what's real?

Thursday, Dec 19, 2019

The Iowa City Public Library recently honored staff members for their dedication and service to our community. On Friday Dec. 13, 2019 the Library said thank you as a part of the annual Staff Inservice Day training. Thirteen staff members were recognized for milestone years of service, which totaled 150 combined years. Honorees include: 5 Years: Joel Lane, Stacey McKim, Shawna Riggins, Jen Royer and Tyler Tritten.

Thursday, Dec 19, 2019

The Johnson County Auditor's Office is ready for the 2020 Election. Everything you need to know about registering to vote and voting...

Thursday, Dec 19, 2019

The Iowa City Community School District, in partnership with the Coralville, Iowa City, and North Liberty public libraries, is pleased to announce a new literary initiative to offer students greater access to books and other resources. We call it the AIM Card. The AIM Card will launch the week of December 16, giving more students access to their local public libraries beginning winter break. 

About Kara

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Kara serves as the Community and Access Services Coordinator and loves working on the Bookmobile, traveling and reading Biographical Fiction.