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Coming Soon – Winter Reading Program: Escape the Ordinary

Adult & Teen Winter Reading Program January 20 – March 13 Get entries for reading or listening to books! Up to 3 reading entries a week. Receive entries for attending movies or programs. We’ll be drawing winners weekly. Our grand prize winner will be drawn during the Literary Scavenger Hunt and Wrap-up Party on Friday, March 13th. Keep an eye on our website for additional rules and information on...

Library Closed @ 5PM November 26th, Closed November 27th for Thanksgiving

The library will close at 5PM on November 26th and will be closed all day on November 27th in observance of Thanksgiving. Have a safe and happy holiday. We will reopen at 9AM Friday, November 28th. Check out our book list for some Thanksgiving reads! Facts about Thanksgiving The most common story of the first Thanksgiving involves the pilgrims at Plymouth Colony, in present-day Massachusetts, in 1621. There are 12...

Library Board Meeting Rescheduled to Monday, November 24th

The library board meeting that was scheduled for Wednesday, November 19th  has been moved to Monday, November 24th. It will take place in the Nevada Room at 7:00 pm.

Literary Cookbooks Book List

Sample these books with recipes by your favorite author or about your favorite series. Stop by the reference desk to find a book or put one on hold. Joanne Fluke’s Lake Eden Cookbook: Hannah Swensen’s recipes from the cookie jar by Joanne Fluke The Book Lover’s Cookbook : recipes inspired by celebrated works of literature and the passages that feature them by Shaunda Kennedy Wenger & Janet...

Closed: Tuesday, November 11th for Veteran’s Day

The Library will be closed on Tuesday, November 11th in honor of Veteran’s Day. We will reopen Wednesday, November 12th at 9 AM. Facts About Veteran’s Day Originated as Armistice Day on the first anniversary of the end of World War I in 1919 In 1926, a resolution was passed for annual observance, with November 11th becoming the official national holiday in 1938. In 1954, President Eisenhower officially...
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