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Celebrate Teen Read Week All Month Long!

Teen Read Week Art Contest Your artwork could decorate the library’s blogs! Click here for all the details on our annual Teen Read Week Art Contest.  Entries will be accepted through October 26, and the winner and finalists will be chosen in November by our teen advisory board. First place wins a $50 gift card. […]

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Be Money Smart!

Wed., Oct. 17 10-11:30am or 3-4:30pm Learn the best sites for seniors and money, retirement and financial planning, consumer protection, and more. This walk-in session highlights our Smart Solution$ site for unbiased information to help you make informed decisions and plan your financial future. Come in anytime during this session. Staff will work with you […]

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Travel Reads

I recently went on a short trip and with my trusty iPad in tow, I had a decision to make about what to read while on vacation.  I started off reading a book that I’m doing for a book discussion…a literary, dense book that I soon realized would not fly for vacation reading.  Even if […]

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A review of "The Books of Magic" by Neil Gaiman

“The Books of Magic” is basically about a bespectacled British kid from a dysfunctional family situation finding out he’s a powerful wizard from benevolent adult wizards. Sound familiar? But this boy wizard’s name is Tim Hunter and he technically lives in the DC universe (well, a more mature version of it called “Vertigo” where various […]

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