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Want to Do Your Own Readers' Advisory?

Wed., May. 13
While we love helping you find great reads and want to find the right book just for you, we also recognize that many of us love to explore on our own. Being able to go into the stacks to scan the shelves, scout out the new book area, and check out what has been put on display all create a special feeling when one finds…

Always Available on Hoopla: Cooking on a Budget

Tue., May. 12
It’s challenging to be creative with cooking when our time at the grocery stores is limited, the kids are tired of the usual go-to meals, and some days, cooking a meal is just hard! While our libraries are not open for you to browse our cookbook collection, we want to make sure that you have amazing options right at your fingertips at home to help…
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Get Book Recommendations at Home!

Tue., May. 5
We all been home for a while now and possibly gone through our stacks of library books we grabbed before library doors closed, the books we bought that have been sitting on our shelves for years, the books we have borrowed from friends and neighbors for that quarantine no-contact connection, and even got the book for that new virtual book club you just joined. So now what? Librarians are here to help! One of our favorite parts of our jobs is recommending great…
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Always Available on Hoopla: LGBTQIA+ Fiction eBooks

Thu., Apr. 30
So, you’ve been at home and maybe already read hot-selling titles like Girl, Woman, Other by Bernardine Evaristo, Mostly Dead Things by Kristen Arnett, and Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Abertalli. You might have also Netflix-binged through Queer Eye, I Am Not Okay with This, AJ and the Queen, and Special, gave a couple movies like Alex Strangelove and Let It Snow a spin (or several). Now you’re thinking you want to find new-to-you LGBTQIA+ fiction titles, but the Library is closed and you can’t browse the shelves. We got you and we are always here…
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You Are Welcome At The Library

Thu., Sep. 12
Libraries have always been a gathering point for communities and within that, play a critical role in welcoming immigrants and refugees with open arms. What are some of the ways that libraries can be welcoming? Offering services and programs that explore educational, social, and creative pursuits Providing materials in native languages for recreational purposes Being able to refer visitors to other nonprofits and providers in…