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Sponsored by the League of Women Voters, Great Decisions promises to be an exciting series of discussions about international issues. Stop by the library to get a list of the issues to be discussed and to check out a briefing book. We will lead discussion on 8 issues over 8 Tuesday night sessions (7-8:30), including The Future of Europe, Saudi Arabia in Transition, and Nuclear Security. For more information, please see the Great Decisions 2016 website.
All sessions are held on Tuesdays, from 7:00 – 8:30 pm. Dates and topics are as follows:
2/28: Trade and Politics
3/14: Conflict in the South China Sea
3/28: Saudi Arabia in Transition
4/11: U.S. Foreign Policy and Petroleum
4/25: Latin America’s Political Pendulum
5/9: Prospects for Afghanistan and Pakistan
5/23: Nuclear Security
Tuesday, 2/21, 3-4 PM, Ages 3 and up
Sing along with your favorite princesses at this interactive event. Dressing up in costumes is encouraged. For ages 3 and up.
Saturdays, 2/18-3/11, 9:30-11:30 AM
Grab Dad and join us at the Library for crafts, books, and board games as well as tasty breakfast treats and coffee from Blue Max. At 10:30 we’ll all head upstairs for a fun story time by the fireplace. Moms, grandparents, and caregivers also welcome to attend with the children in their lives.
Stream or download music, eAudiobooks, movies, TV shows, eComics and eBooks. All titles are instantly available: no waiting, no holds! 12 titles/each month. Get started at the hoopla site or download the app.
Good news! You can now check out up to 10 digital books at a time on Overdrive, up from our prior limit of 5. You can also place up to 10 items on hold. Begin enjoying double the number of ebooks and e-audiobooks today! Ask a librarian at the second floor desk how to get […]
Stop by and check out our beautiful new carpet upstairs! Over the holiday break, we installed new carpet squares throughout our second floor, and new tread on our public staircase. The new carpet squares brighten up the space and will be much easier to clean and maintain for years to come.