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While we love good, old-fashioned paper books, many of us also enjoy the convenience and instant availability of downloaded e-books and...
- Mar 27
Marching Into April?
As I write this, March is ending, and April is almost here. It's that time of year when things are beginning to grow and bloom. We're...
- Feb 15
A Very Public "Oops!
To err is human. No human being or human system is infallible. We all know that. There was a fantastic crowd at this year's Death by...
- Aug 23, 2022
Reflection on a library summer
As we move toward Labor Day, I can't help but reflect back on the events of summer days. Summer is usually a busy time at the library....
- Jul 15, 2022
Oceans of Possibilities
Oceans of Possibilities -- what a great theme! That's the theme of this year's Summer Quest program. The children's program, ages 2-11,...
- Jun 17, 2022
When Librarians Dream
I rarely remember dreams that I've had. Sometimes, when I first wake up, there is a vague remembrance of some aspect of a dream; when...
- Jun 1, 2022
Jumping into June!
It's June, and today's hot and humid weather is a reminder that summer arrives this month. Children are getting out of school for summer...
- Mar 22, 2022
Welcome to our new website!
It's been a long time coming, but here we are with our website redesign live and online! I hope you like it. You will find some areas...
- Oct 12, 2021
Fall is here, and students are busy learning again. We hope students of all ages will take advantage of Tutor.com, Chat with a...
- Sep 29, 2021
This week, I’m “attending” the virtual Pennsylvania Library Association (PaLA) Annual Conference. The Southwestern Chapter of PaLA is...
- Jul 20, 2021
Local history online and other library news!
Here are some random thoughts and information bits as we move deeper into the summer: Here is some BIG NEWS for a little library like...
- Jun 9, 2021
Nonfiction graphic Novels
Among publishing trends in recent years is the growth of the market for “graphic novels.” The dictionary website www.merriam-webster.com...
- Apr 5, 2021
National Library Week
Happy National Library Week! The theme for National Library Week (April 4-10, 2021), “Welcome to Your Library,” promotes the idea that...
- Mar 8, 2021
Women’s History Month
March is Women’s History Month. In celebration of this, our faithful volunteer Rhonda has created a display in our biography section. ...
- Feb 10, 2021
Homework, test prep, and job search help from tutor.com
Are you confused by homework? Preparing for a standardized test? Trying to figure out how to create a resume? Did you know that you...
- Dec 17, 2020
Story Stroll signs have appeared in town, a picture book posted page by page along a route to walk and enjoy. This is one of six Story...
- Nov 25, 2020
This is a Thanksgiving week like no other. There is much going on now that doesn’t inspire a spirit of thanksgiving. However, I’m...
- Oct 29, 2020
The Library’s Virtual Branch
Today I attended a (virtual) training session which encouraged me to consider our website as our library’s Virtual Branch Library. It’s...
- Oct 13, 2020
We really are OPEN and eager to see you!
We still encounter people who don’t realize that the library is back open, and operating as normally as possible. We’re back to our...
- Sep 14, 2020
Expanding Wi-Fi access and Recycling Event
If you passed by the library on Friday afternoon, you may have seen a white van with the name “Information Technology Disaster Resource...
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