Next Regular
Trustees' Meeting
Thursday, September 6, 2018
8:00 a.m. Hamel Meeting Room
Please use Meeting Room entrance
For previous meeting minutes and statistics, click here.



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Preschool Story Hour
Join the happy crew for
read-aloud stories and
simple crafts

Fridays @ 9:30 a.m.
Beginning September 14th



Resources for caregivers and
services for aging, disability
and independent living.



Learn online for free, and
improve your
technology,
literacy and math skills.



Learn how to use some
of the most popular
websites on the Internet.


EMPLOYMENT
RESOURCES
 
 
 


3 Ways You Can
Help Your Library
Click any option
for more info...
Thank You!





Check out some of our newest books
and materials...



CALL THE LIBRARY FOR
LOGIN INFORMATION AND
THEN CLICK THE PICS
BELOW FOR QUICK ACCESS
TO RESOURCES FROM
YOUR LIBRARY ONLINE...




Download audiobooks
and ebooks from an
extensive digital collection.




Download and stream
movies, TV shows, audio and
eBooks, music and comics.




Reader's advisory and database
with information on authors,
series, and over 100,000 titles.




Reader's advisory database
for children and young adults.



Provides full-text articles
from more than 1,900
magazines and journals.



Provides information
on health and wellness.



Provides information
on business and industry.



The simple search interface
that delivers quick results
on a wide variety of topics.


Search US Census Records
bewteen 1790-1940 and city
directories between 1821-1989



Discover your ancestors...
The resource for genealogists
and aspiring genealogists.
(Ancestry.com is available for
library use only.  Stop by and start
working on your family tree today!)


 


FREE WiFi 24/7

Bring your laptops
& handheld devices!


Mobile Pages
Click, scan, or touch this image to access the mobile version of our website.




Welcome to Your Library Online
Start Here...Go Anywhere!

 


September Artist
Nicholas Moore
Arrow Wood Turning




Beautiful hand turned bowls,
burls, plates and platters
...

20% of sales go to the Library Building Fund,
with all proceeds matched 100%

 


HISTORY BOOK GROUP
The Last Man Who
Knew Everything


by David N. Schwartz

Wednesday, September 26th, 7pm

Hero of the Empire:
The Boer War, a Daring Escape,
and the Making of
Winston Churchill


by Candice Millard

Wednesday, October 31st, 7pm

 

The Corpse Walker:
Real Life Stories, China
from the Bottom Up


by Liao Yiwu

Wednesday, November 28th, 7pm

READERS' CHOICE BOOK GROUP

Open Discussion: Come prepared
to share a recent book you
have read with the group...


Wednesday, September 19th, 10am
 

Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a
Family and Culture in Crisis


by J. D. Vance

Wednesday, October 17th, 10am
 

For more information about a book, click on the title.
New members welcome. Advance copies available.
Groups meet in the Hamel Meeting Room
(use rear entrance after hours).