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#ReadSoHard Book Club

Join us for great discussion on Tuesday, February 9 at The Network.

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Music in the Stacks: Tommy Schichtel

Have a musical interlude at the library on Thursday, January 21.

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Is the Book Better Than the Movie?

The 88th Academy Awards nominations were just announced and readers may want to pay particular attention to the nominees for Best Adapted Screenplay and begin the great debate over which was better, the book (original) or the film (adaptation). Books that were adapted by this year’s nominees: The Martian by Andy Weir Brooklyn by Colm […]

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#ReadSoHard Book Club

Join us Tuesday, January 12 for the launch of our new book club.

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The weather outside is frightful…

…which makes it the perfect time to settle in with a good book.

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Exploring Michigan: Back Roads and Small Towns

join us on Tuesday, December 15 to journey through Michigan with author Bill Murphy.

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Music in the Stacks: Tokyo Morose

Have a musical interlude at the library!

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Native American Heritage Month

November is Native American Heritage Month. The idea was originally conceived as “American Indian Day” in 1915 by Dr. Arthur C. Parker, a Seneca Indian. From there, the Congress of the American Indian Association formally declared that the Day would be the second Saturday of each May. It wasn’t until 1990 that George H. W. Bush designated the […]

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Music in the Stacks: Jacob Bullard

Have a musical interlude in the library on Wednesday, November 4 at 7:00 pm!

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For Those Who Love to Be Scared

Now that fall is in full swing, some of you may be in the mood for all things scary and paranormal—if you love Halloween that is, like I do. It’s one of my favorite holidays of the year. Below are some lesser known horror novels that will probably keep you up at night. Books The Troop, […]

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