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Library News & Notes

Black History Month 2014

Carter G. Woodson began highlighting the distinct and crucial history of African-Americans in 1926. Since then, a week long celebration has turned into a month-long emphasis and reminder of the role that African Americans have made to American life and culture. The 2014 theme for Black History Month is "Civil Rights in America."Read More...

Our DVD collection offers independent films, TV shows you might have missed

Sometimes, people forget that libraries aren't just for books. In addition to books -- in regular, large print and electronic formats -- we have downloadable audiobooks you can play on your personal device, audio CDs, portable Playaways (excellent for walking and workouts) and music CDs.Read More...

Winter is the perfect time to lose yourself in a nice, thick book

Every January, I find myself in the mood to sit down and read a hefty book. Something about the cooler weather makes me want to curl up on the couch under a blanket with a big door-stopper of a book and become completely absorbed and transported to a fictional world. If you, too, find winter the perfect time to tackle a book with 500 or more pages, here are a few suggestions:Read More...

Commemorate MLK Day by learning more about the Civil Rights Movement

Don't know much about the Civil Rights Movement? You're not alone. According to the Southern Poverty Law Center, only 2 percent of American high school seniors were able to answer a simple question regarding the existence of school segregation in this country prior to 1954. Sixteen states do not require any instruction at all on the 1950s and 1960s movement that provoked a radical transformation in this nation's laws and treatment of black Americans.Read More...

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