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Dial-a-Story Monthly Schedule

Dial-a-Story for May If you love story times and audiobooks or you want to participate in library programs but don’t have access to a computer, you can simply call our special phone number to hear recordings read by librarians and special guests.  We read picture books, chapter books, poetry, short stories, original writings, STEAM/Science info,… read more >>

Cheese Please! Recipes for National Cheese Lover’s Day 

cheese platter

Sweet cheeses, January 20th is National Cheese Lover’s Day! It only feels right that this day would fall within the month of my own birth as I am a certified cheese lover. I like all cheeses in all formats, never met a cheese I didn’t like, etc. In honor of this special day, I flipped through our extensive… read more >>

Reading Challenge 2022

Reading Challenge 2022 next to a stack of books

Read with us in 2022! Watch each month for recommended reads in these categories.  And tag us on social media to let us know what you’re reading!   JANUARY – New Year, Better You!Read a self-help, inspirational or motivational book. FEBRUARY – ‘Tis the season for Rom-comsRead a book of Romance or Humor MARCH –… read more >>

Celebrate National Novel Writing Month: Resources for Creative Writing

Pensive Freelance Text Writer Working at Desk

This month’s Library Podcast focuses on creative writing, in celebration of the month-long writing challenge National Novel Writing Month, or NaNoWriMo. Each November, participants are challenged to write 50,000 words of a novel. Once finished, the work can be uploaded onto the NaNoWriMo website, which also features prompts, author speeches, and other assistance to help… read more >>

YA Book Reviews by Amy


YA Book Reviews by Amy: Dark Academia Dark Academia is an aesthetic that encompasses everything classic literature, passion for knowledge with dark and mysterious undertones. This aesthetic usually includes beautiful white marble statues, earth tone leather tomes, tweed trousers and blazers, and lit candles with melted wax (among many other studious objects, dark green nature,… read more >>

Happy Aviation Day! For Potential Pilots and Aviation Aficionados

Female pilot in plane

Thursday, August 19 is National Aviation Day!  National Aviation Day was created in 1939 to celebrate aviation and to promote interest in aviation. I might work at a public library, but for fun I am a private pilot. I learned a lot by reading about airplanes, aviation, and other pilots as role models before I began my first flying lesson. However,… read more >>

YA Book Reviews by Amy


YA Book Reviews by Amy: Horror & Suspense Occasionally, I like to be scared when I’m watching movies or reading books. Finding the right YA horror book can be hard; especially since I feel like the genre has a limited selection. While mystery and suspense are some of my favorite genres, supernatural or paranormal fiction… read more >>