[Libs-Or] Cultural Passes for public library

Buzzy Nielsen Bnielsen at crooklib.org
Mon Oct 24 08:47:41 PDT 2016

Hi Sara,

Here’s the basic policy that Deschutes, Crook, and Jefferson Counties use for ours:

One difference here versus my last library is that the pass is just the receipt; there’s no physical object trading hands. We just check the expired passes in during the morning routine. I find it a much simpler process with fewer issues.

Buzzy Nielsen

Library Director
Crook County Library
175 NW Meadow Lakes Dr.
Prineville, OR  97754
bnielsen at crooklib.org
(o) 541-447-7978 x301
(m) 971-270-0527

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From: Libs-Or [mailto:libs-or-bounces at listsmart.osl.state.or.us] On Behalf Of Sara Trott
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Subject: [Libs-Or] Cultural Passes for public library


We are starting to purchase a few cultural passes to some of the area attractions and I was wondering if any of you would be will to share what you have learned with your cultural pass programs that you have at your libraries.  Do you have a late fee?  Or fines if they are lost? What are your policies?  Do you let your patrons reserve them?  Any tips would be helpful as we start up our program.  Thanks so much for your help!


Sara Trott
Assistant Librarian
Lyons Public Library
Lyons, Oregon
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