What’s the most valuable card in your wallet? It may just be your FREE library card. These days, libraries go far beyond just housing books and other reading material. They host free workshops and activities such as computer classes, films and art classes. Almost 91% have free wi-fi. Some provide tickets for free admission to local attractions including museums, nature centers, and historic sites. And 92% of all libraries offer some sort of job search service help. The American Library Association has come up with a list of 60 ways to use your library card. Here are some of our favorites. You can see the entire slide show if you CLICK HERE. Download an e-book for free. More than 75% of libraries offer access to e-books. E-book readers are available for check-out at nearly 40% of libraries.Get a FREE movie. Your library gets DVDs at the same time they are released for sale to the public. Learn the secrets of Microsoft Office or editing digital photos. More than 90% of public libraries offer FREE technology training. Get FREE assistance with job searches, resume writing and interviewing. Then use a library computer to apply for a job online or check out materials to study for a certification exam. Learn a new language with books or online language-learning software. The list goes on and on. What are you waiting for? Go get a library card! Locally, start with the Pikes Peak Library District — www.ppld.org.