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Your Favorite Summer Reads

Find your next favorite read from a list of recommended books by other library cardholders! After reaching out to our followers on social media, these

Make an Embroidered Snowflake Card

This year might just be the perfect one for sending holiday cards. Since we can’t see our friends and extended family in person this year, a card that lets someone know you’re thinking of them can really brighten their day! Normally, I host Crafternoon programs to let patrons make their

Winter & Holiday Picture Books | 2020

We have a variety of books indicative of the winter season at the Library! Our Youth Services team assembled this list of books to read on a chilly, winter day. Tree of Cranes by Allen Say Book Seven Spools of Thread: A Kwanzaa Story by Angela Shelf Medearis and Daniel Minter Book Llama Llama Holiday Drama by

Spot Misinformation When You See It | Media Literacy 101

There is a plethora of information – true or not – at our fingertips. The best way to stay informed is to fact check and remain impartial to the things you see because misinformation is everywhere. Before you share information with the world, it’s best to make sure it is accurate to stop

Your Favorite Summer Reads

Find your next favorite read from a list of recommended books by other library cardholders! After reaching out to our followers on social media, these

Make an Embroidered Snowflake Card

This year might just be the perfect one for sending holiday cards. Since we can’t see our friends and extended family in person this year, a card that lets someone know you’re thinking of them can really brighten their day! Normally, I host Crafternoon programs to let patrons make their

Winter & Holiday Picture Books | 2020

We have a variety of books indicative of the winter season at the Library! Our Youth Services team assembled this list of books to read on a chilly, winter day. Tree of Cranes by Allen Say Book Seven Spools of Thread: A Kwanzaa Story by Angela Shelf Medearis and Daniel Minter Book Llama Llama Holiday Drama by

Spot Misinformation When You See It | Media Literacy 101

There is a plethora of information – true or not – at our fingertips. The best way to stay informed is to fact check and remain impartial to the things you see because misinformation is everywhere. Before you share information with the world, it’s best to make sure it is accurate to stop