September is a Catastic Month!

September is a Catastic Month!

Wednesday, September 28th – Alli Boyer, Youth Services September is Happy Cat Month and, as a cat owner, that makes me happy! Here are some cool facts about cats that I never knew: *A house cat’s genome is 95.6% tiger! *Cats have an extra organ that helps the TASTE scents in the air – which […]

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Get in on the Action: National Comic Book Day!

Wednesday, September 21st – Ryan Winkler, Youth Services Ahh, comics books. Who doesn’t love a good comic book? Whether you’re swinging through the streets of New York City, flying over the skyline of Metropolis, or driving down a dark alley of Gotham City; there is a comic book for everyone.  Comic books have been around […]

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Hooray for International Literacy Day!

Saturday, September 10th – Kayla Thompson, Adult Services Since September 6th was “National Read a Book Day” and September 8th was “International Literacy Day”, I decided to combine these two to talk about literacy and why it should be celebrated not just a few days out of the month, but all year long! While August […]

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Monstrously Good Books

Tuesday, August 30th – Kayla Thompson, Adult Services Hello to all the different kinds of readers out there, from our super science fiction readers to our ghoulish ghost and horror readers. August 30th celebrates the birthday of one classic lady writer, Ms. Science Fiction herself, Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley. Because of this, we also celebrate her […]

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Let’s Get Batty!

Saturday, August 27th – Kayla Thompson, Adult Services When many people think about bats, they are often associating them with vampires (myself often included). But there are more to these fascinating winged animals than blood sucking and undead creatures.  Fun Bat Facts: 1 . They are the only Mammals capable of true and sustained flight. […]

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A library card is all you need for an epic Family Fun Month!

Wednesday, August 17th – Alli Boyer, Youth Services Our Summer Reading Program has come to an end, but that doesn’t mean the fun has to stop! In fact, August is Family Fun Month. Here are some ways the library can help you have some family-friendly fun! Have a Backyard Movie Night: You can borrow a […]

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Romance: It’s Only a Page Away

Wednesday, August 10th – Augusta Welsh, Adult Services August is Romance Awareness Month! Life has many great questions, and answers to them are hard to come by. Luckily for us, a dedicated group of authors is committed to answering these important questions for the world. Paramount questions such as: How many corny pick-up lines really […]

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Fall In Love At The Turn Of A Page!

Tuesday, August 9th – Kayla Thompson, Adult Services Seeing as I am a librarian, many of you readers will not be surprised at the fact that I am a lover of books! Before I go on, it is important to emphasize that this is not always the case with librarians, I just live to embody […]

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An Adventure Into The Unkown

Wednesday, July 27th – Chely Munoz, Adult Services The desire to understand the world around us is inherently human. So when something is unexplainable, it fascinates us, and sometimes even scares us. Lights in the sky, apparitions around the corner, and blurry figures in the forests could all be something never seen before, something beyond […]

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An Ocean of Pirate Possibilites

Wednesday, July 20th – Alli Boyer, Youth Services Ahoy, mateys! The library’s summer theme is Oceans of Possibilities and one of my favorite ocean creatures just so happens to be the vicious, bloodthirsty pirate! Now, ye landlubbers might think o’ pirates as lawless mercenaries without a soul, but that’s not really true. In fact, there […]

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