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Some fun stats about your library

PREVIEW Columnist and library staff Annually at this time of year, Jackie Welch, library director, prepares a report for the library’s Board of Trustees summarizing the highlights of the past…

Wide variety of free programs for youngsters

PREVIEW Columnist and the library staff Sometimes it seems that we concentrate so much on publicity for special events at the library that we may take for granted the ongoing…

Two new books for Internet fans and organization leaders

PREVIEW Columnist and library staff Many of you will remember a book called “The Accidental Billionaires: The Founding of Facebook” by Ben Mezrich. It tells the story of Mark Zuckerberg,…

Help celebrate National Black History Month

PREVIEW Columnist and library staff We hope you will join us to celebrate Black History Month. We’ll have a book display for all ages featuring African American authors and historical…

Astronaut’s memoir offers advice for life on Earth

PREVIEW Columnist and library staff Colonel Chris Hadfield is a retired Canadian astronaut who flew space shuttle missions for NASA and served as the commander of the International Space Station.…

Free karaoke evening for all ages next Thursday

PREVIEW columnist and the library staff Please join us for a free evening of karaoke next Thursday, Jan. 23, from 5:30-7 p.m. We’ll have music for a wide range of…

Search and Rescue presentation today

SUN columnist, and the Library Staff We hope you will join us this afternoon (Thursday, Jan. 9) from 1 to 2:30 p.m. for a free presentation by Upper San Juan…

Seven life lessons from Michael J. Fox

PREVIEW Columnist, and the Library Staff As we celebrate the holidays, and wish each other health and happiness in the New Year, it seems appropriate to listen to words of…

Free holiday events for all ages start today at the library

PREVIEW Columnist, and the Library Staff Starting this afternoon, your library is hosting several free holiday events for all ages. Mark your calendars. • Today (Thursday, Dec. 12) from 4–6…

Classics now available as board books for babies and toddlers

Classics now available as board books for babies and toddlers

PREVIEW Columnist, and the Library Staff Babies and toddlers can now read the classics on board books, with their cardbook-thick pages, gentle rounded corners and simple concepts for our youngest…