|Mannerheim statue in Seinäjoki
||There is a small publication about the parks in Seinäjoki "Seinäjoen puistot ja viheralueet" published by the city of Seinäjoki in 2015. There is a short text concerning the Mannerheim Park and statue. You can find this publication on the website of the city of Seinäjoki: https://www.seinajoki.fi/material/attachments/seinajokifi/asuminenjaymparisto/puistotjametsat/BcqFeoDsJ/sjk_puistoesite_2015_web.pdf
There are also too older booklets that might be useful for your project. Unfortunately they are not in digital form.
Ahti Mäntylä: Seinäjoella sijaitsevien sotiimme liittyvien sotamuistomerkkien kertomaa, 2000 (What the war memorials in Seinäjoki tell us)
Hilkka-Maija Keskinen: Seinäjoen patsaita, 1992. (Statues of Seinäjoki)
|I was trying to reserve a CD from a band named Unit 4 +2, and there didn't seem to be a way to do it. There doesn't appear to be a "Request It" button at this…
||Right now the only copy of the CD has been taken aside for some repair operation (I cannot see the reason). Unfortunately you just have to wait and hope that eveything goes well and the CD is soon again in circulation. If that happens, you see the possibility to reserve it as well.
|I would like to know if there is help with translation from English to Finnish language service? Is it free? How much does it cost? Thanks
||Unfortunately Helmet Libraries does not have a translation service.
Helmet Libraries offers only Finnish language cafés and discussion groups. Participation is free of charge.https://www.helmet.fi/en-US/Libraries_and_services/Multilingual_Library…
|What do you reckon the classification systems will be like in 100 years?
||Are you asking about the classification systems in the libraries? If not, your answer is not possible to answer in any way. Even if we talk just about library classification systems, 100 years ahead is too much to predict anything. But if there are still organized collections of documents in 2118, some kind of classification is most likely still needed. Even if the libraries and the data bases are not anymore conducted by humans but by machines, there must be ways to analyze the documents according to their contents. The complexity of the data in 2118 probably means, that today's classification systems are not enough, much broader and more complex systems will be needed.
To take just one example, music, which is my area of expertise, one…
|List of libraries
||You can find Finnish Libraries in the Finnish Library Directory, here http://hakemisto.kirjastot.fi/en/
|I'm a student in tampere and want to borrow ebook from helmet. But I don't have a library card. Can i order one and get it by posti? Thank you so much Phuong,
Unfortunately you cannot get a Helmet library card by post. You have to visit a Helmet library to get a card. Here is an excerpt from the user regulations:
"You can get a personal library card, the right to borrow and a PIN code at any Helmet library or mobile library. You will get the library card when you state your address and present a valid ID card with a photograph and personal identity number accepted by the library. To be able to receive a library card you need an address in Finland. The first library card is free of charge. If you do not have a Finnish personal identity number, your library card is valid for twelve months at a time."
You will find more information here: http://www.helmet.fi/Preview/en-US/Info/…
|I'm looking for the results (more complete than possible) of these ski races: 28/03/1967 15 km men Ruka spelen, 19/03/1967 15 km men Puijo spelen, 20/03/1969…
||Ruka 1967 - 15 km
1) Ole Ellefsäeter, Norway 55.43
2) Bjarne Andersson, Sweden 56.06
3) Anatoli Akentjev, Soviet Union 56.31
4) Reinar Hjermstad, Norway 57.05
5) Assar Rönnlund, Sweden 57.12
6) Odd Martinsen, Norway 57.49
7) Vjatseslav Vedenin, Soviet Union 58.14
8) Martti Määttä, Finland (Kuhmon Kiva) 58.23
9) Gjermund Egger, Norway, and
Osmo Karjalainen, Finland (Kuusamon Erä-Veikot) 58.50
11) Walter Demel, Federal Republic of…
|I live in Singapore and would like to become a member of Finnish libraries. I am only interested in digital content and I find your web page design is superb!…
||I am sorry, but to be able to receive a library card in Finnish libraries you need an address in Finland. You can see for example the user regulations of Helmet-libraries here:
|I stay in Tapiola and wanted to take some urgent print outs and I use the Tapiola library. I want to know if the printer is working now, as it was not working…
||The printer is back in shape.
Welcome to print.
|I have problems with my laptop so I´m looking to rent a laptop as a short term solution. Is this possible at the library in Jyväskylä or do you know a place…
||Jyväskylä Main Library and all branch libraries have customer PCs with access to a word processor. The PCs can be booked in advance, at the Main Library on tel. (014) 266 4123, and at branch libraries by telephoning the library in question.
In the following address in the internet they promise to rent laptops. Look in English.
|I've just got a library card from the Kannelmaki public library in the Helmet network. I don't quite understand how the interlibrary loan fees work. For…
||You can order an item as an interlibrary loan from elsewhere in Finland or abroad, if the item is not available in the collections of any HelMet library. The service is subject to a charge.
If You reserve material for exampel from Pasila to Kannelmäki it is not interlibrary loan. Reservation from other Helmet Libary is free of charge.
|Where do i get information about name of clothes which is worn in different degree of temprature like during +20, +10,-0,-10 and -20
||Tricky question! I would personally look for the answer in different hiking guides. You might want to browse through a few books before finding the right one. Why not start with "The ultimate hiker's gear guide", which can be found in the Helmet libraries:
If you want to search the Helmet database yourself, you can use the search term "erätaidot" as a starting point.
This is also a subject found on various hiking pages online. Try googling terms like "hiking" and "different temperatures". This page lists a few suggestions for several weather conditions:
|May I please know how and where can I access the latest information about the refugees and migrants in Finland and in particular in Turku? Thank you.
||Statistics on asylum and refugees are compiled by the Finnish Immigration Service: http://www.migri.fi/about_us/statistics/statistics_on_asylum_and_refuge…
Information on immigrants living permanently in Finland can be found on Statistics Finland's website: http://www.stat.fi/tup/maahanmuutto/index_en.html
Information on immigration can also be found on Statistics Finland's statistics on migration: http://www.stat.fi/til/muutl/index_en.html
Please note that the statistics compiled by the Finnish Immigration Service and Statistics Finland are not comparable. Asylum seekers and refugees will show in Statistics Finland's population statistics only if they have been granted an asylum and have a permanent place of residence. Also, there is…
|I would like to ask if it is possible to reserve a book if now it is not in the library, so as when it comes back I could be sure to get it. Thank you!
||You can reserve material either at the library or in Your record at www.helmet.fi. To make a request Yourself You need to have a PIN code. You will receive a notice concerning reservations ready for picking up by a letter or email, or by ordering a text message subject to a charge.
If You don't have yet a personal Helmet library card, You can get at any Helmet library or mobile library
|Would there be a document on core competencies (competency index) for library/information professionals for Finland and/or European Union) - in English if…
||We have a new Public Libraries Act in Finland. In section 17 states about competence and leadership so:
"(1) Public libraries shall have a sufficient number of qualified staff trained in library and
information services and other staff. Staff members in expert positions shall have a suitable
higher education degree, unless otherwise required by the nature of the position.
(2) The director of municipal library services shall have a suitable Master’s degree, leadership
skills and good familiarity with the duties and operations of libraries."
Every country has the law of their own. Please ask about the competencies from the library…
|I am trying to find out if this book is translated to English og Swedish; Manuo Niskanen; Niilo Oravainen - Lapin kuningas. Niilo Oravainen was my forefather…
||Mauno Niskanen lives in Jyväskylä and visits Lappland and is interested about Lappish items. This book is not translated into English, it's only in Finnish.
Niskanen writes in this novel book that Oravainen real mother was a Sami woman from Suikki family in Pakasaivo, Muonio.
You can read about him in Swedish here:
Några konungens fogdar under 1500-talet / Nordlander, Johan.
Norrländska samlingar ; Häftet 12 (III:2).Julkaisutiedot: Stockholm : C .E. Fritzes, 1933
There is also the family book about Oravainen family-tree:
Lapinvouti Niilo Oravaisen jälkeläiset : sukututkimus / Leinonen, Margit. - Kemi : M. Leinonen, 2013. - 505, 324 s.
Only in Finnish.
|Aloitin juuri työskentelyn Tallinnan suomalaisessa koulussa ja haluaisin tietää, olisiko esimerkiksi Helsingin kaupunginkirjastolta mahdollista saada…
||Kirjastokortin myöntämiseen tarvitaan Suomessa oleva osoite, joten valitettavasti ulkomailla asuvan ei ole mahdollista saada korttia ja oikeutta aineiston käyttöön. Kortti tarvitaan myös e-kirjojen lainaamiseen, eikä erillistä lisenssiä niitä varten ole. Alla olevasta linkistä tietoa Helmet-kirjastojen kirjastokortista:
|I am looking for a book in english about the finnish plant. Any help would be appreciated.
These ones you can find from Helmet-libraries
|I'm looking for my roots, and I would like to know if it's possible to have a death's certificat for my gr gr uncle ? He's dead 31 /01/ 1908 at Vaasa. He was…
You can contact Statistics Finland and The National Archives of Finland to find more about your uncle's death and ask if they can find his death certificate. Vaasa's church registry office can also help you. I'll leave contact information to all of these here. The links should lead you to English versions of the sites but if they don't you can change the language from the top of the pages.
The National Archives of Finland
Vaasa church registry office email: email@example.com
|Me and my daughter (6 years old) will be in Finland/Helsinki in August. Could you be so kind to provide me the below mentioned informations; 1. we would like…
||Here are some ideas for learning Finnish in Helsinki:
- Language cafés and discussion groups in Helmet Libraries (Helsinki Metropolitan Area Librar-ies)
- List of the Helsinki City Libraries and the addresses you’ll find at the following site
- Cafe Lingua in Helsinki
- Conversation Exchange Helsinki https://www.conversationexchange.com/s_map/learn.php?language=Finnish
- Here are some other face-to-face language exchange sites