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Bartlesville Public Library
600 S. Johnstone
Bartlesville, OK 74003
bpl@bartlesville.lib.ok.us

Phone: (918) 338-4161
Fax: (918) 337-5338
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1920s Jazz Party

NEW BARTLESVILLE VIDEOS

The Bartlesville Chamber of Commerce has produced some new videos about life in Bartlesville. Watch here: http://www.bartlesville.com/videos

FILE YOUR TAXES ONLINE FOR FREE

Did you know you can file a free federal and state
return if your income in 2014 was $60,000 or less? If you are being charged to prepare your federal or state tax return and your income is $60,000 or less STOP and call 855-698-9435.

Myfreetaxes.com

Have a Question while you are preparing your return? Certified tax coaches can help
Contact us:
By Phone: 855-698-9435
By info@myfreetaxes.com
Assistors will be answering questions from Monday-Saturday 9 - 9 PM
*Questions are answered in the order that they are received
**Responses are provided within 24 hours; more complex questions may require additional research.

To e-file your 2014 tax return or other electronic forms, you must verify your identity with your Self-Select PIN or Adjusted Gross Income from your 2013 tax return.

Interactive Tax Assistant: http://www.irs.gov/uac/Interactive-Tax-Assistant-(ITA)-1
Electronic Filing Pin: http://www.irs.gov/Individuals/Electronic-Filing-PIN-Request
Federal Student Aid Application: FAFSA: https://fafsa.ed.gov/index.htm
Where’s My Refund: http://www.irs.gov/Refunds/Where's-My-Refund-It's-Quick,-Easy,-and-Secure.

For the last 40 years, Earned Income Tax Credit made life better for millions of workers. You may have extra money waiting for you. If you qualify and claim the credit, it could be worth $6,143 from the IRS for some workers. Don’t be the one in five that misses this credit. If you or someone you know earned less than $52,427 from wages, running a business or farm, or from Form 1099 Misc, check it out.

TAX FORMS AT THE LIBRARY

IRS appropriations were significantly cut in the 2015 Omnibus Appropriations bill recently passed by Congress. This affects our free tax form service. The only federal tax forms we will have available for free at the library are:

Form 1040, Form 1040 A, Form 1040 EZ

Unfortunately, the IRS will not send us Instructions for these forms. You can obtain copies of these instructions and other forms through:

IRS.gov/Forms – to view and download
IRS.gov/orderforms or call 1-800-829-3676 to order tax products to be delivered by mail

(At this time we have not received 1040 EZ forms.)

FREE, LIVE, ON-SITE TAX PREPARATION

Believe it or not, it is time to think about taxes again. It seems like we just finished with taxes not that long ago. Luckily, the AARP Tax Assistance Volunteers will be at the Library again this year to assist Bartlesville residents with income tax preparation. Just like last year, they will be in Meeting Room B on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays from 9:00 AM—3:00 PM, beginning Monday, February 2, 2015. They will be at the Library until April 15th.

Help will be provided on a “first-come, first-serve” basis. Before arriving, be sure to have your identification, social security numbers for the entire household, a copy of last year’s tax returns, and all of your W-2s and 1099s.

Some of the more common federal forms will be available for pick up in the Reference Department. State forms are no longer mailed. All forms can be found online at the IRS and the Oklahoma Tax Commission websites. (www.irs.gov or www.tax.ok.gov) They can also be ordered by phone at 1-800-829-3676 (IRS) or 1-800-522-8165 (OTC). If you need assistance, our Reference staff will help you find the forms you need.

1920s PROGRAMMING IN APRIL

April 7th, 7-9 @ Library—Johnstone Avenue Irregulars Book Discussion featured book is The Poisoner’s Handbook: Murder and the Birth of Forensic Medicine in Jazz Age New York by Deborah Blum.

April 11th, 6:30-9:30 @ Elks Lodge—1920’s JAZZ DANCE PARTY featuring the Jo Hemian Jazz Syndicate.

April 12th, 2-4 @ Library—Tom Mix Matinee. Sudi Freedland of the Tom Mix Museum will introduce the audience to Tom Mix and his legacy followed by two of his silent films.

April 19th, 2-4 @ Library—Woolaroc. Bob Fraser will present the beginnings of Woolroc and its influence on area history.

April 26th, 2-4 @ Library—Bartlesville in the 1920’s. Speakers include Jan Dreiling on Women’s Suffrage, Gale Kane on Hillcrest Country Club, Mike May and Jim Hess on Business in Bartlesville.
A Barbershop Quartet led by John Stewart of OWU will be performing.

UPCOMING LIBRARY CLOSINGS

Closed February 14-16, reopen Feb 17 at 9am. Happy Presidents Day.

EBOOKS & MORE

We now have special Ebook & EAudiobook collections for kids and for teens, as well as for all ages.

Music and Movies are also available for checkout and download from the Oklahoma Virtual Library.

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BPL BOOK CLUBS (All are welcome to attend)

Gentle Reads (Third Thursday at 2pm): February: Summer Rental by Mary Kay Andrews; March: The Paris Wife by Paula McLain.

Johnstone Irregulars (First Tuesday at 7pm): March is May We Be Forgiven by A.M. Homes. April is The Poisoner's Handbook: Murder and the Birth of Forensic Medicine in Jazz Age New York by Deborah Blum.

 

 

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NYT Fiction Bestsellers

Non-Fiction Bestsellers

Teen Scene

Downloadable Books & Finding a Good Book

DOWNLOADABLE E-BOOKS & E-AUDIOBOOKS

Download e-books and e-audiobooks from our Oklahoma Virtual Library site: http://okvirtuallibrary.lib.overdrive.com/

Directions for Kindle Fire Users
Directions for Kindle eReader Users (not Kindle Fire)
Directions for Tablet Users (including iPad and Nook Color/HDX, etc.)
Directions for eReader Users (not tablets and not Kindles, plain eReaders)
Directions for borrowing eAudiobooks and Music

Overdrive Help Videos for checking out eBooks & eAudiobooks from the Oklahoma Virtual Library

FINDING A GREAT BOOK

Online tools to help you find a great read:

Pick up a free copy of Book Page the next time you are in the library. This monthly "book newspaper" is an excellent way to find out about new and notable titles.

The Library subscribes to Bookmarks magazine, which can be found in the Periodical Room, near the Reference Desk.

Want to buy books? We have an online bookstore with ABE Books. The Friends of the Library have a booksale in our lobby each Wednesday from 10 to 3.