Aluminum – Aluminum is a metal typically coated with a baked on high gloss enamel. Aluminum will not rust like steel and can be used for both indoor and outdoor signage. Parking, real estate, and traffic control signs are common signs made from aluminum. Standard aluminum thicknesses for the sign industry are.040,.063,.080. and.090.
Brain Explosion – Buy bulk amounts of off-brand noodles. A few dollars will buy more than enough for what you’ll need. Mix up different shapes – be sure to get some long, stringy spaghetti as well as shells and macaroni. A day or two before the Halloween haunted house party, cook, drain and store the noodle in large plastic containers.
The main entrance is moving from its current location on Central Avenue to the south end of the building, so it will be much closer to the south parking lot. As a safety precaution, during the construction project, the rear book drop-off is closed. Inside, work is being done behind Temporary walls so the library can remain open.
In 2008, the APLD received a grant from the U.S. Institute for Museum and Library Services. The APLD announced in the Branching Out newsletter it would use the money to establish a PlayaWay Collection, flat-screen TVs, and laptop computers. “PlayaWays are small electronic books that could fit in your pocket. We have ear buds for sale to use with them, or you may use your own headset. Another addition to the library from these funds are the LCD thin screens; one on each level. These screens will display upcoming programs, but can be switched to cable for weather and news alerts as needed.” Representative Bobby Rush had arranged for every library in his district to receive such grants.
There I was, happily minding my own business when my neighbor approached me from behind and started jabbering on about EnduraColor schemes, Reala patterns, and some sort of Stayclean thing. Talk that went over my head, don’t know-it-alls just get under your skin? I should have realized then that he was already full swing into a landscaping renovation that would put mine to shame.
Adhere the shamrock to the wall using a small piece of adhesive putty, centering it on the wall, 42″ from the floor. Space the shamrocks a foot apart.
Remove the old bottom plate but leave the top plate. Cut off any nails with a reciprocating saw and remove or reroute any electrical lines, vents or ducts and plumbing at this time.
Next, prepare your wall. If your wall has a finished wood-frame, you may be able to connect the board panel by means of the wallboard or plaster to the wall studs. However, it if does not have a finished wood frame, you will need to connect furring strips to the studs as a support for securing the panels.