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The Library closes at 4pm on Wednesday, November 25th & remains closed November 26th & 27th for Thanksgiving.

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Thankfulness tree

Goofy Crafts: Thankfulness tree

Miss Kate shows you how to make a Thankfulness tree! For this you will need a small flower pot or empty can, some small rocks or clay, a stick or branch, paper, ribbon, markers and scissors.

Booktalks with Miss Kate and Ms Beth

Miss Kate and Ms Beth share some old and new favorites in picture books, non fiction and novels for older readers.

Cute dragon

Read Together: Dragons

This new program is a chance to share some stories as a family then make something with an idea provided by our librarians.  Read Together is for families with all ages as we will suggest a couple of books for different reading levels.  Or, parents can choose to read the books aloud to kids. ... Read more

Make it Take it Craft Kits

The Children's Room is offering a new item for Grab and Go, Make it Take it Craft Kits!  Each kit contains materials for one craft chosen and created by our team of Librarians.  This week we have a make your own Thanksgiving Placemat.  Kits are available first come first served and one... Read more

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Eye on the Pie

Eye on the Pie

Thanksgiving this year will look a little (or a lot) different for most families, but hopefully everyone will still save room for pie! Here's a roundup of some cookbooks to help you perfect a classic pumpkin pie or maybe shake things up with a new recipe.

national book awards winners and finalists

National Book Awards 2020

On Wednesday, November 18, 2020 the National Books Award Foundation announced the winners and finalists of the National Book Awards and the slate is incredible! This year's winners include works about a character actor, Malcolm X, the Korean War, a ghost in Tokyo, and a young queer Black boy. ... Read more

podcast to book, book to podcast

Book recommendations for your favorite podcasts

Podcasts are like books in that if there's a topic you're interested in, there's probably a podcast about it! These radio programs that you can listen to on your time cover many different topics from current events to science to true crime to celebrity gossip. We've put together a list of books... Read more

Accessing the New York Times with your library card

Accessing the New York Times with your library card

Learn how to get daily access to the New York Times online with your library card.

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