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Free gaming fun for all ages tomorrow afternoon

You and your family are invited to a special gaming event tomorrow, Friday, Jan. 29, from 2 to 3:15 p.m. Enjoy video gaming on the Wii and X-box 360 with…

Meet Claire, your new tween and teen services librarian

Meet Claire, your new tween and teen services librarian

We are delighted to introduce you to Claire Spence, who became your tween and teen services librarian two days ago, on Jan. 19. Her studies, field and work experience have…

Medicare 101 for seniors, Pajama Time storytime for youngsters

A free Medicare 101 session today, Thursday, Jan. 14, from 10:30 a.m. to noon will help you understand your rights, options, deadlines, possible penalties and where to find the information…

Explore a winter wonderland with free downloadable films

For your viewing pleasure, we have purchased IndieFlix, a streaming movie service that gives library patrons unlimited access to more than 7,500 award-winning and popular independent shorts, feature films and…

Books to help you keep your New Year’s resolutions

With so many people thinking about New Year’s resolutions at this time of year, we wanted you to be aware of some new books to help you turn your self-improvement…

Volunteering makes a healthy New Year’s resolution

If you are looking for a New Year’s resolution that benefits your community as well as yourself, consider volunteering. According to The New York Times, study after study shows that…

Multiple free Christmas activities at your library

Today, Thursday, Dec. 10, we hope you will join us from 4 to 6 p.m. for Hot Chocolate Hullabaloo, an all-age event to celebrate the holiday season. You’ll enjoy seasonal…

DIY tea wreaths, Hot Chocolate Hullabaloo and Toys for Tots at the library

This month’s adult DIY event takes place next Wednesday, Dec. 9, at 2 p.m., when you will learn how to make a tea wreath. Instead of shoving tea bags in…

Local author writes sensitive story about Japanese youngster moving to America

“Ayumi’s Violin” by local author Mariko Tatsumoto is an insightful book written for tweens and it also is totally engaging for anyone who admires good writing and enjoys a sensitive…

Holiday books for fun reading, gifts and your to-do list

As we enter the holiday season, we have suggestions for books that might make good reading for you, gifts for your family and friends, and helpful guides for accomplishing your…