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Years of Living Dangerously

What can you do about climate change?

Come to the screening of Revolt, Rebuild, Renew, episode 7 of the acclaimed television series, Years of Living Dangerously on Wednesday, March 1 at 7pm. The film tells three stories that provide insight into the economic costs and opportunities of global warming. Discuss the... Read more

Musical mornings

Friday fun for little ones!

Musical Mornings with Peter Sheridan on Fridays, March 17, April 21 and May 19 at 10am in Memorial Hall.
Once a month through May, children’s musician, Peter Sheridan, will visit MHL.  Peter has performed at libraries, daycare centers and schools for over twenty years. His... Read more

What do modern heroines do in mysteries?

On Tuesday, March 7 at 7pm, mystery authors, Julie Hennrikus (aka Julianne Holmes), Frances McNamara, and Clea Simon, will discuss how women writers are revamping the mystery genre by creating strong women characters who balance relationships and careers, leap over sexist obstacles, and rescue... Read more

Family book club

Cook, read, eat, discuss, join our new Family Book Club!

Each month we will select a book for all to read together.  Books will be chosen for diversity and culture.  We encourage your family to read the book together, then make and eat a meal related to the country or culture represented by the book. We'll all join together for a discussion and... Read more

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Academy Award Winners @ MHL

Oscars at Your Library

Sunday, February 26th was Hollywood's biggest night, as the Academy Awards honored achievement in films from 2016. Not all of the big winners are available on DVD yet, but here are some that you can check out (or at least put a hold on) from MHL right now! Congratulations to all the winners (... Read more

New fiction by Black authors

New Fiction by Black authors

Last week we featured some nonfiction about the African American experience and this week we've got a roundup of ten new releases by Black authors. Whether you're looking for Literary Fiction, Romance, Young Adult, or even a graphic novel adaptation there's something here for everyone. If you're... Read more

1K B4 Kindergarten

1000 books challenge at MHL!

This free program encourages you to read 1000 books with your child before he or she enters Kindergarten – a goal experts say children need to help them learn to read for themselves. One of the best ways to encourage learning is to share books every day. Reading... Read more

Tech Books Are Like Yogurt! Always Expiring! Safari Books Online is the solution!

No matter how hard you try, it's darn near impossible to maintain a current collection of technical and business strategy books. Let Memorial Hall Library stretch your budget and save you time with this dynamic online learning collection.  Safari Books Online has thousands of contemporary titles... Read more

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