McIntosh Memorial Library of Viroqua will be offering a media conversion service this year.

Beginning Jan. 7, people will be able to convert recorded material on VHS tapes to DVDs using two media conversion kits provided by the library. The kits will be available to use daily at no charge inside the library through March 8. Those using the kits will need to provide their own DVDs and must abide by all copyright restrictions. To reserve a date and time to use a kit, log onto the library website at and select the “reserve a space” option to get started.

The kits are being made possible in part by the Winding Rivers Library System and the Institute of Museum and Library Services. For more information, call the library at 637-7151

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