Niles-Maine District Library


5 Reasons to Attend Maker Fest

You might be asking, “What is a maker?”. Makers are people just like you and me. The only difference is makers are thinkers and creatives who use their imaginations. Imaginations bring ideas and ideas can become realities in forms of art and solutions to world problems with the right tools and collaboration with other like-minded […]

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13 Kanopy Horror Nights

If you love Halloween movies and enjoy a good scare, the Niles-Maine Library and Kanopy has got you covered! Kanopy is our new video streaming service that provides access to a large collection of films. Prepare yourself for the fiendish delights of 13 Kanopy Horror Movies, available to all you ghouls and ghosts with a […]

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DVD Review: Maudie

Every once and a while, a movie comes across that really makes an impact — whether because of the story, the visuals or a performance.  Sally Hawkins’ performance in Maudie is an example of the kind of visceral impact I’ve been searching for all year and have hardly found.  Based on the life of Canadian […]

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October is Polish-American Heritage Month

Since 1608, when the first Polish settlers arrived at Jameston, Virginia, Polish people have been an important part of America’s history and culture. In 2017, Polish Americans will mark the 36th anniversary of the founding of Polish American Heritage Month, an event which began in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and became a national celebration of Polish history, […]

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