Attention all teen writers, or teens who want to give writing a try. I’ve thrown together a to-go kit with handouts to help you get started with creative writing, whether you want to write a novel, short stories, or poetry. And just in case you’ve ever been interested in National Novel Writing Month, which happens […]

Just in time for the new school year, since this school year is not exactly going to be a normal one, we’ve added access to Tutor.com with your library card. This service connects you to a live, professional tutor, just waiting to help you figure out your assignments. And it’s pretty easy to get to […]

I think it’s safe to say that a lot of us have spent more time inside our homes in 2020 than ever before. And while homebodies like me haven’t minded it too much, even I like to get outside and feel the sun on my face every once in a while. Well, guess what—the library […]

So far, the response to Summer Reading has been fantastic! We’re well on our way to reaching our community reading goal of 500,000 minutes read, and the last I looked, we were right around 800 people registered. Considering everything is different this year, and all online, we’re thrilled with the response. Really, we’ve always loved […]

We are working hard to create content and meet your needs during this stay-at-home time, but we’re still making time to get lost in our favorite shows too! Looking for something to watch? We’re here to offer our favorite binge worthy picks! Christina Most importantly, I finished the final season of Schitt’s Creek, which I […]

  As most of us are currently working and learning from home, sometimes finding things to fill the hours in the day, and the requirements of bosses and teachers, can be tricky. One thing you might want to try with your library card is Lynda.com, found on our Online Classes for Adults page. Lynda.com has […]

Here at the library, we love streaming video at the best of times, but right now it’s one of our very favorite things. Did you know that your library card gets you access to Acorn TV, famous for its selection of British TV? Well, guess what? You do! The process can be a little tricky, […]

Adult and Teen Librarian, Elizabeth, shares more information about listening to audiobooks with Libby or Hoopla A book I just finished on our library app, Libby, was Dear Evan Hansen by Val Emmich with Steven Levenson, Benj Pasek, and Justin Paul. Dear Evan Hansen was first created as a musical and is a Tony Award […]

  It is important to still stay in contact with friends, family, and loved ones during this time. You can send a quick text, email, or pick up the phone and actually give them a call! Depending on what phone you have, FaceTime is another wonderful option to stay connected, and it has been one […]

Databases. Now there’s a word to put the average person to sleep. However, I am here to convince you that it is, in point of fact, one of the most exciting words in the English language. You see, databases, when you’re talking about something you get from your library, is just a code word for […]