Art Reception for F.R.E.E.

The first picture is our Library Director Helen Crosson receiving a recognition award for the library from one of the artists, Angelo Puzzo and Ed Regensburg,  LCAT Director of Art Therapy and Special Projects, Family Residences and Essential Enterprises, Inc. The second picture is with some of the other recognized artists, Helen, and  State Assemblyman Chad Lupinacci.

Our latest podcast: American Nations: A History of the Eleven Rival Regional Cultures of North America

What happened to the American melting pot? Turns out we’re not all the same cheese.  Ellen learns why.

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Our latest podcast: The Explorers: The Door in the Alley

Children’s librarian Liz tells all about the pig in the teeny hat and the door in the alley.

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Veterans Testimonial Project

The Library has created a project in partnership with the Library of Congress to help preserve our community’s rich history. We are looking for U.S. veterans from any conflict to share their experiences and stories. All interviews will be conducted and recorded at the Library. Each will be added to the Library’s local history collection. All participating veterans will receive a personal copy of the recording as a DVD.

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Our latest podcast: Lemons

Children’s book with lemons, Big Foot, and a lot of heart. Librarian Liz explains why kids will love this one.

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New York Times Best Sellers – now ready to reserve online

Get a jump on you neighbors and reserve the New York Times Best Sellers before the list appears in the newspaper.  We’ve got the newest list first, on the Wednesday before the Sunday, when they appear in the paper.  Don’t wait to see it in print, be smart and reserve online!

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Our latest podcast: Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow

When do humans become gods? Is this our future?  Ellen peers ahead with the help of the author.

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Creepy Books for Halloween

Unsettling in a visceral, skin-crawling way, these books make the reader distinctly uneasy, and often feature supernatural elements and eerie settings. Request them now or pay the price!