March is Women’s History Month!

Women’s History Month is a time to recognize, honor and celebrate the achievements and contributions of women throughout history and contemporary society. The theme for Women’s History Month in 2022 is: “Providing Healing, Promoting Hope” and is a tribute to the ongoing efforts of women caregivers and frontline workers during this pandemic, as well as…
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Tax Information During the Pandemic

The Library will provide tax assistance this year, starting on January 29 until April 16. IRS-certified volunteers will provide free basic 2021 income tax return preparation to qualified individuals who earned $58,000 or less. Please note the following: VIRTUAL Tax Assistance will be available via Zoom starting Saturday, January 29 through February 12.  IN-PERSON Tax…
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2021 Audie Awards Winners

What’s an Audie?   The Audio Publishers Association hosts an annual event to recognize the year’s top audiobooks, awarding an “Audie” to narrators in a variety of categories.    Who is on the list?   There are some time honored talents like Simon Vance, Laurence Fishburne, and Bahni Turpin to name a few. Check out the audio talents of…
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Valentine Kindness

How can Valentine’s Day still be sweet when we all continue to social distance?  Here are some ways to share love with the community in the spirit of Valentine’s Day and ways to take care of your heart!   Random Acts of Kindness   If you’ve heard news stories about a stranger paying a bridge toll or someone experiencing…
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The Traditions and Future of Presidential Inaugurations

On Wednesday, January 20, 2021,  President-Elect Joe Biden and Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris will take their oaths of office and be sworn in as President and Vice President of the United States.  History of Inaugurations   A presidential inauguration has taken place every four years since George Washington took the oath of office in New York City in 1789.  The White House…
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