NOW OPEN SUNDAY from 1 – 5 pm

Beginning Sept. 22 and running through May 18 of next year, the library will be open on Sundays from 1 to 5 p.m., with exceptions for holidays. The Holiday’s Observed are listed here    

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Sura Flow Self-Discovery Yoga (DVD) : Relaxation, Healing, Meditation

In this relatively short (27 minutes) and easy to follow DVD on “Deep Relaxation and Guided Meditation”, you will learn how to clear your body-mind of stress, tension, and pain. It begins with a Centering & Grounding practice that provides basic tools for healing and meditation. 5 Elements Healing uses the natural elements (Air, Water, […]

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Dead Sea Scroll Exhibit at Museum of Science

The Museum of Science is hosting the exhibit “Dead Sea Scrolls:  Life in Ancient Times” through October 20, 2013. The exhibit starts with a brief overview, then uses artifacts from different time periods to take you back to Ancient Israel.  There are displays of pottery, coins, jewelry and mosaics that range from the time of […]

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Database of the Month: Secrets of the Sequence

Just ’cause it is summer doesn’t mean you have to turn your brain off. Well, at least not all the way off. If you’re interested in keeping up on the latest biological weapons, want to learn more about toxicogenomics, or have a deep and unabiding love for Forensic Science, we’ve got just the thing for […]

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Astronaut Wives Club by Lily Koppel

Hearing author Lily Koppel being interviewed on NPR about her new book, The Astronaut Wives Club, my interest was piqued http://n.pr/12lDl4t. Many of us remember the different space missions that took place in the 60’s and 70’s, but what did we really know about the wives that were left behind? Koppel delivers an inside look […]

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