Library News

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Rand Road Branch Closed Tuesday 1/26/16

Our Rand Road Branch is closed today, Tuesday, January 26 due to a power outage. We apologize for any inconvenience. The Main and North Hoffman locations are open as usual.


Youth Fiction Review: The Wild Robot by Peter Brown

After a hurricane wrecks havoc on a ship, a single undamaged crate washes ashore on a remote island. Curious otters accidentally activate the robot inside, booting up ROZZUM unit 7134. Roz may not have been designed for life in the great outdoors, but her robot brain is capable of observing,...


Food for Fines at the Library this May

We are offering a Food for Fines campaign beginning Sunday, May 1 through Tuesday, May 31. Bring in at least one can or jar of food AND pay half of your fine, and we'll waive the remaining balance of the fine.   Why is this important? Library services and programs are available to patrons...


Tips on Making a Gift Basket

May has many celebrations through out the month: Mother's Day, Memorial Day, and Graduations. What about a gift for your Mom or graduate to celebrate? We have you covered. Last weekend, our crafty staff demonstrated the basics of creating gift baskets for special occasions. If you didn't have a...


Youth Fiction Review: All Rise for the Honorable Perry T. Cook by Leslie Connor

Perry T. Cook is pretty average, as far as 11-year-olds go. He looks forward to favorite meals (especially toasted egg and cheese sandwiches), shares jokes with his mom, and worries about whether or not he'll be able to best the school bully in the mile run for the second year in a row. But unlike...


5 Programs for Financial Freedom

Money Smart Week is April 23 - 30, and the Library has five programs to help understand your finances with programs about trading, passing assets, social security, planning tools, and the real estate market. Essential Skills for Trading Saturday, April 23, 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. Trading coach Jeff...