Reading Frederick Douglass

Join in our 3rd annual public reading of Frederick Douglass’s powerful and lastingly relevant speech, “The Meaning of the Fourth of July to the Negro.”

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Coming Soon: The Cook Nook

A couple of years ago, the library began shelving all of the cookbooks together in one room. For us, the next logical step has always been to offer cooking items and bakeware available for loan. We’re excited to share with you that we’re one step closer to that goal!

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Podcasts for Mystery Lovers

by Beth Reynolds, Children’s Librarian and podcast listener extraordinaire Once upon a time, quite a long time ago in the world of podcasts, I listened to a series hosted by Starlee Kine called Mystery Show. Driven by her desire to find answers to mysteries that couldn’t be answered by a

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