Connecting People, Ideas and Resources

 

Latest News

  • BannedBooksWeek website image

    Banned Books Week: September 21-27

    Have you ever considered what it means to challenge or ban a book? Join us in the library during Banned Books Week as we think about and celebrate “Freadom”. “Banned Books Week is an annual event celebrating the freedom to read. Typically held during the last week of September, it highlights

  • storytime

    Storytime on Wednesdays, 10:30am

    We’re back! Kids 0-4 years of age and their caregivers are invited to join us on Wednesdays at 10:30 AM We’ll have stories, songs, fingerplays and time for the toys afterwards. Each week we pick a different theme, while focusing on early childhood development and having  lots of fun. Click

  • Scheherazade and Shahryār by Ferdinand Keller, 1880

    Upcoming Series @ NPL…Reading & Discussion of: Literary Reflections on Islam

    “Islam has long provided a source of inspiration through which Muslims experience, understand, and guide their everyday lives. This series, developed jointly by the American Library Association and the NEH, offers literary reflections on Muslim piety and communal concepts such as ethics, governance, knowledge, and identity, and reveals transformations in