Our Favorite Things 2018

2018 was an exciting year for the library, with lots of great things added to the collection and innovative programs for all ages. Our management team each picked a personal highlight from the library to share with you. Here’s some of our favorite things! I listened to Barbara Kingsolver’s newest book Unsheltered on audiobook while […]

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Hispanic Heritage Month

Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated throughout the United States from September 15th through October 15th each year. The month-long observance was instituted to recognize the contributions of Americans whose ancestors originated from Central and South America, the Caribbean, Mexico, and Spain. Libraries throughout the nation will display books by Hispanic authors, about Hispanic characters, and on Hispanic […]

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Idea Lab

With the opening of the Library’s Idea Lab, one thing we’ve been focused on is encouraging creativity and learning through making. Whether it’s 3D Printing, sewing, drawing, making music, or some other endeavor, our job is to help inspire you follow your passions by giving you access to resources to inspire you and give you […]

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If you like this. . .

If you like this… Then try… Why? If you’re a fan of cyberpunk noir, or gritty near future sci-fi, and you’ve already read Richard K. Morgan’s Altered Carbon, take a dive into William Gibson’s Hugo Award winning classic Neuromancer. Did the implication of future technologies displayed in Black Mirror send chills down your spine? Dexter […]

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Quick Reads to Bring Out Your Inner Child

If what seems like the longest winter is still lingering in your spring-time jittering feet, travel in time with these books that will bring your childhood rolling back. These quick, one sitting reads will help your adult-self tap into your younger years, or at least put a smile on your face trying. The Velveteen Rabbit […]

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