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New Online Calendar Coming Soon

We’re launching a new, easy-to-use online events calendar on Friday, December 1. You will enjoy a new experience when registering for a program. Why You’ll Love It: • Text message reminders • Register more than one person for an event • Filter events by type such as Storytimes, Personal Finance, and Special Events • Add […]

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Library Donates 54 Thanksgiving Dinner Bags

The Niles-Maine District Library Board of Trustees and staff members donated 54 Thanksgiving dinner bags (up 19 from last year) to Niles Family Services on Monday, November 20. “We’ve had a strong relationship with Niles Family Services for many years,” said Library Director, Susan Dove Lempke. We care about our patrons and we see how […]

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Local Veterans Honored at Annual Breakfast

More than 70 people attended the 11th Annual Veterans History Project Breakfast last Friday, including 24 local veterans. The first president of the Niles Library Board and World War II Army veteran Rudolph Hazucha was present for the first time. The Veterans History Breakfast honors local veterans who have participated in the Library of Congress’ […]

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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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