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While We Are Closed . . . .

So, what are we librarians doing here at the library while we are closed? I think many folk have wondered about that. Let me tell you! We are still ordering books and other materials; these need to be cataloged, processed with labeling and protective covers, and shelved. As we will probably open with some social distancing rules in place, we may need to reconfigure the furniture in some areas. Bills and staff...

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The Book of Gutsy Women

March is Women's History Month. What better way is there to celebrate than to learn about some of the women, past and present, who have stepped out in faith, courage, and conviction to change their part of the world, and consequently, change the world for all of us! One book that I recently enjoyed was "The Book of Gutsy Women: Favorite Stories of Courage and Resilience", co-written by Hillary Rodham Clinton...

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National Library Lover's Month

The entire month of February is dedicated to the people who love whole buildings devoted to the reading, housing, organizing, categorizing, finding, studying and otherwise loving books. It’s National Library Lover’s Month! Libraries provide so much more than a place for us to enjoy great novels or to discover amazing adventures and untold history. Yes, they help us ace our research papers and provide a quiet...

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