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Frederick Law Olmsted 200th Anniversary

Frederick Law Olmsted at 200

Tuesday, April 26 marks the 200th anniversary of the birth of Frederick Law Olmsted. The father of American landscape architecture is best known for designing New York City's Central Park and Boston's Emerald Necklace, but Olmsted's legacy includes hundreds of famous landscape commissions around... Read more

Earth Day guided meditation

Celebrate Earth Day with a guided meditation using the book Healing Breath by William Meyer, illustrated by Brittany R. Jacobs.

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Books by Autistic Authors

April is Autism Acceptance Month so we've gathered a list of books for all ages written by autistic writers. Take a look to read about the experiences of autistic people and how they make our world richer!

For more information, the Autistic Self Advocacy Network (ASAN) has put together... Read more

New Displays in Non-Fiction

The library has refreshed its new subject-area displays in non-fiction titles, found on the ground floor (one level up from the parking lot).  While some subject displays remain the same, others have been changed around.  Our new displays are themed around leisure, true crime, and home &... Read more

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Books for Fans of Percy Jackson

Books for Fans of Percy Jackson

Recently, fans of Rick Riordan's Percy Jackson and the Olympians series have been buzzing over news of the upcoming Disney+ TV adaptation of the beloved book series based on Greek mythology. The series won't be available to watch for quite some time, which gives fans a chance to read (or re-read... Read more

May 2022 Mid-Month Sudoku

If you're having trouble solving this month's puzzle, why not learn to use C# to build your own code for solving Sudokus?  Okay, maybe that's the long way around!  But if you do want to learn to code--or if you're... Read more

Friday the 13th

Friday the 13th

Eek, it's Friday the 13th! If you want to lean in and embrace the spooky date, here are 13 recent adult horror novels you might want to check out.

2022 Asian Pacific American Literature Award Winners

2022 Asian/Pacific American Literature Awards

Each year the Asian/Pacific American Librarians Association honors books for all ages about Asian/Pacific American life and heritage. Since May is Asian American/Pacific Islander Heritage Month, that makes it an... Read more

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