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March 2017
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We will be accepting donations until March 8th.

Click here for more information about our Jewelry Sale.

 
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United States enters WWI

Friends register: March 6 General registration: March 7

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"When Oscar was King"  Fred Miller

Friends register: March 20 General registration: March 21

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Medicine in Ancient Egypt

Friends register: March 27 General registration: March 28

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Toddle Tales                                                                                                                           Ages 2-3.5. Mondays @ 10:30am, March 20 – May 22. Toddlers are invited to enjoy stories, songs, & rhymes followed by playtime in the children’s area. Registration is not required.

Budding Bookworms                                                                                                           Ages 3.5-5. Wednesdays @ 10:30am, March 22 – May 31. During this fun-filled program, preschoolers will explore stories, songs, rhymes, & other activities that encourage learning and pre-reading skills. Registration not required.

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Seed Starters on Tuesday, March 21st at 4pm

Grades K-5. Get dirty at the library just in time for spring! Learn how to make “seed paper”: plant it and watch flowers grow. Then make your own herb garden in a paper tube. Registration Required.


Can’t make it to one of our programs?

Try a stealth program! Play our giant Boggle board in Junior Fiction to find all the words you can or try to figure out the book title in our Emoji Titles display. Stop in anytime the library is open, play with friends, or try them on your own. Turn in an activity sheet to the Information Desk to get a small prize.

 
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Consumer Health Complete

Use this online resource whenever you need an overall understanding of health-related topics such as fitness, drugs and alcohol, nutrition and dietetics, aging, cancer, and diabetes.

Use your library card to access articles, videos, research reports, and evidence-based fact sheets.

You can find Consumer Health Complete in our e-library.