New Gallery Exhibit: Bruce Berlin Photography

I’m a photographer, A statement that is as simple as it is complex. People will ask “What kind of photographer are you?! answer “One that captures images and creates an […]

Pride Parade 2024

What an amazing time I had on Saturday! It was my first time marching in the Pride Parade, and I was there with the library. It was good to see […]

This is where the paperbacks were until recently. Before that, audiobooks lived there. Before that I don’t know, but maybe it was DVDs. Things change in the library, lately at a more rapid pace. Some of the changes are subtle, and someone has to point them out to me. Some I know about in advance, but some are surprises, which always adds more fun to a day. This used to be a big, white bookshelf, and it still is, underneath it’s fancy new display. Someone worked magic on it, and we now have a place for you to share your experiences and stories about your time in the library!

May the Fourth be with You!

Celebrate Star Wars Day with these out-of-this-galaxy reads for kids and adults, or with one of the Star Wars movies themselves! You can also check out Hoopla’s collection of Star […]

Here Come the Shad!

It’s not April yet, but it’s close. I was crossing over the free bridge to Pennsylvania the other day, and traffic was slow enough that I could look out at the scenery, and I was happy to see yet another harbinger of spring–a small boat, anchored near the bridge, line fishing. They were fishing for shad!
Cheers!
/Annie

Thomas the Tank Engine Day 2024!

We had a blast at Thomas the Tank Engine Day! A massive thank you to everyone who attended and to those who pitched in to make this day a success. See you all next year for more train-tastic fun! -Ms. Danielle

Let’s Get Baking!

It’s the beginning of spring! On this second day of the season, it seems more like a winter day. The wind is blowing, the trees are swaying, and there is more than just a small chill in the air. Thinking about the weather, and how I wish it were warmer, it strikes me that there is a wonderful way to warm up—baking! -From Annie