Looking for some frights this October? Here's a roundup of some new and notable horror releases from 2022. From sci-fi horror to haunted houses and middle grade to adult, you're sure to find something to scare you!Read more
Last week, the MacArthur Foundation announced the 25 recipients of this years MacArthur Fellowships, popularly known as "Genius" Grants. You can see the full list of fellows on their website. Some of this year's fellows have...Read more
We hope you enjoy this month's Sudoku. You are seeing it online, but we also print hard copies of our puzzles here at the library for anyone to pick up. Which compels us to share another...Read more
October is National Cookbook Month! Of course, MHL has a great cookbook collection year round, but the cooler weather of fall makes it a great time to fire up your stove and try out a new recipe or two from these new cookbooks.
MHL will be closed on Monday, October 10th in observance of Columbus Day/Indigenous Peoples' Day. If you'd like to learn more about Indigenous American history, here are some books to check out.
Spooky Season is upon us! Want to get a little witchy? Check out this list of YA books about witches, ranging from light and fun to downright scary.
If you find the theme of this month's puzzle appetizing, be sure to check out some of our books on Halloween treats! To get even more in the Halloween mood,...Read more
National Hispanic Heritage Month continues from September 15-October 15th. To celebrate, here are 15 great memoirs written by Hispanic American authors.
September is National Sewing Month! MHL has a robust selection of books in our crafts section. Here are some books we recommend for sewists, whether you're just starting out or whether you've been sewing for years. You can also...Read more