The Great American Read

Are you a fan of the PBS series The Great American Read?  Inspired to get reading?  We are here to help!  Stop by the library to check out our display of America’s favorite books.  Click here to vote for your pick! The Great American Read is an eight-part series that explores and celebrates the power […]

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Spinning Silver by Naomi Novik

Spinning Silver by Naomi Novik reimagines the story of Rumplestiltskin in this long, but un-put-down-able novel.  Miryem’s father is a terrible moneylender, so much so that her mother is dying from the cold and lack of food.  Fed up with poverty and her father’s inability to do anything about it, Miryem begins to collect debts […]

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Learn a New Language with Mango!

Miss our class on Mango Languages last night? Don’t worry, you can access the database from home with your library card! Learn more about Mango Languages here, and check out their blog A Slice of Mango! Don’t miss another class or event again, discover what we have in store for October!

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Emergency Preparedness Month

September is Emergency Preparedness Month.  With winter weather looming, now is a good time to stock up on batteries, locate your flashlights, and create an emergency kit complete with water, canned goods, and medications.  Don’t wait for those crazy lines at the grocery stores!  And don’t forget to plan for your pets and check your […]

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New MP3’s to check out

The Court Dancer: Based on the remarkable true story of an orphan who would fall under the affections of the Empress and become a jewel in the late Joseon Court. When a novice French diplomat arrives for an audience with the Emperor, he is enraptured by the Joseon Dynasty’s magnificent culture, then at its zenith. […]

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