Mystery Book Club

Join us for a lively book discussion of “The Devotion of Suspect X” by Keigo Higashino. Lonely Japanese math teacher Ishigami creates a clever story to protect his next-door neighbor … Continued

Mystery Book Club

Join us for a lively book discussion of “Drive Your Plow Over the Bones of the Dead” by Olga Tocarkzuk. When her neighbor turns up dead, and then other bodies … Continued

Is Starting a Nonprofit Right for You?

This class teaches the legal and logistical elements necessary to start a successful nonprofit and includes possible alternatives to starting a nonprofit that grantees may not have considered. Click here … Continued

Discovery: Bring Your Family Treasures

Our Conservation, Preservation & Access librarians will offer one-on-one advice on preserving your personal family documents, photographs, and fabric items. Please let us know what item you’ll bring when registering.

Local History and Genealogy Open House

Visit the Recollection Studio, learn about the Library’s Archives and Special Collections, and get familiar with the local history and genealogy resources available at CLP-Main.

Critical Thinking and Media Literacy (Debate 101)

Learn from Dr. Georgia M. Bedford as she discusses the philosophy and culture of debate, that argument has the potential to educate and emancipate by providing forums for students and the general public to sharpen critical thinking, deepen understanding of timely social, political, and cultural issues, and learn how to engage in conversations about hard questions.