Monthly Archives: March 2018

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Cutting the Cable Cord

Are you considering cutting the cable TV cord?  Come to the library to learn about all the alternatives to paying for a cable tv subscription.  There’s a variety of online content providers that allow you to stream television and movies on demand.  On Monday, March 26 at 6:30pm, we’ll be discussing what you need to [...]

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Sweet and Savory Honey Recipes

Honey in your tea or on toast is delicious, but have you thought about expanding your honey usage into more sweet and savory recipes?  On Tuesday, March 20 at 7pm, Chef Jen Plaggemars will be plating up some of her favorite dishes – all including honey! You’ll be able to taste delicious samples while learning [...]

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Connect through Conversation

Are you looking for opportunities to connect with others by engaging in face-to-face conversations? Are there topics important to you that you’d like to talk about with others in the community?  We’ll be hosting monthly community conversations for just that purpose.  You can attend the next session on Wednesday, March 21 at 7pm. Each community [...]

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Come Volunteer with Us!

Summer Reading is coming up fast, and the Youth Services department is looking for teen volunteers to help make Summer Reading 2018, Libraries Rock!, the best yet!  We’re really excited about the programs and events we have planned, and we need some great teens to help us carry them out. Teens will be able to [...]

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Kids’ Spring Reading Club

To celebrate Reading Month in March, our Kids’ Spring Reading Club began on March 1!  Kids from preschool to 8th grade can stop by the library anytime during March to pick up their Book Bingo sheet and start reading.  Turning in the completed Bingo sheet will earn the child a book to keep and an entry [...]