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Happy National Garfield the Cat Day

Garfield the Cat book jacket

Today is the 43rd anniversary of the beloved Garfield comic strip. Garfield is arguably one of the most recognizable icons, known for his laziness, fondness for lasagna, and bright orange fur. The Garfield comic first appeared in print on June 19, 1978, and although the comic was originally syndicated in just forty-one newspapers, Garfield would… read more >>

Summer at the Drive-In

Drive in theater movie vintage sign

Summer is the best time to hit up the Drive-In movie theatre!  Open windows, bring your own snacks, and enjoy a movie on a hot summer evening with family or friends! In Camden, New Jersey on June 6, 1933, Richard M. Hollingshead Jr. opened the first ever drive-in movie theater featuring a 40-foot by 50-foot… read more >>

Animal Movies!

movie clapper board director dog

Now that Summer Discovery is in full swing, here’s a list of animal movies the whole family can watch to go along with this year’s theme, Tails and Tales! From animated favorites, comedies, and classics, to nature documentaries and educational programs, there’s something for everyone to enjoy! Don’t forget … if you sign up for… read more >>

Preparing for St. Patrick’s Day Fun and Festivities

St Patricks Day clover leaves

— Using Online Resources Looking for some fun and creative ways to celebrate on St. Patrick’s Day? The library has some great resources for you to try out! We all enjoy wearing green, and many even enjoy eating and drinking green foods & drinks on this day. But there’s lots of other ways to enjoy this national holiday of… read more >>

Back to Work – Hoopla for Job Seekers

Back to Work reminder on a wall calendar

Let’s talk about Hoopla. Here you can borrow, instantly stream and download free movies, TV shows, eBooks and more with a valid library card. This is our streaming resource that is an all-age resource with both recreational and educational content.  Currently, all the content is unlimited, instantaneous access which means a million people could want… read more >>