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Tuesday’s Tip — Every Day is Earth Day!

April 22nd marks the annual celebration of Earth Day, when we all pause and reflect on the state of the natural world we rely upon to support all life.  Hopefully, we also reflect upon the damages we are doing to our home planet and consider making changes large –or small– to improve conditions in our air, … Continue reading »

Library District to Host Science Exhibit

Here. There. Everywhere. is a collection of high-quality display panels that presents stunning photographs, explanatory text and hands-on activities related to science, engineering, and technology.  Topics covered include shadows, wind, flow of electric charge, bow waves, bending of light, erosion, collision of atoms, spirals in nature, seeds, explosive eruptions, and bubbles large and small.  The … Continue reading »

Tuesday’s Tip — It’s National Library Week!

The American Library Association has released its “State of America’s Libraries 2014″ report.   Take a look and see what there is to celebrate about  our libraries. “It’s still National Library Week. You should be especially nice to a librarian today, or tomorrow. Sometime this week, anyway. Probably the librarians would like tea. Or chocolates. Or … Continue reading »

Please Take Our Survey!

As a means by which we can identify needed computer services and thoughts on how to improve current computer services, the Library District is running a survey designed to give us input in these areas. We want and value your input!  Please take the survey by clicking here. If you have already taken the survey … Continue reading »

Tuesday’s Tip — Money Smart Week

This week is “Money Smart Week”, a national observance encouraging and supporting Americans in their awareness of how our monetary system works.  The government has compiled information at varying levels of complexity to help everyone become more financially literate. Remember the old proverb – A penny saved, is a penny earned! Spend wisely! Tuesday’s Tip — … Continue reading »

Tuesday’s Tip — goodreads

Are you planning to start a book club, and need some thoughtful questions about your group’s book choice to get things rolling?  Have you just finished a book that was set in the South, and would like to read another novel set in that region?  Are you wondering what the general concensus was on that new … Continue reading »