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Monday Morning @ the Library

Once a month we're hosting some of your favorite presenters and highlighting topics that will enrich, enlighten and entertain you.
Monday, November 24 at 11:00am

  • Speaker: Inspirational Speaker, Nancy Depcik
  • Topic: Finding Joy in Everyday Life

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With Season 5 just around the corner, let's gather on Sunday, December 7th at 1:00pm to watch the final episode of Season 4 and chat about our favorite characters and scenes.
Registration begins November 20th, check back to sign up!

Next Events

November 24th, 11:00am to 12:00pm
This month we welcome inspirational speaker Nancy Depcik who will discuss "Finding Joy in Everyday Life." Every morning when you wake up, you make a choice as to how you will live that day.
November 24th, 7:00pm to 8:00pm
Grades 6-12Monday, November 25 from 7-8pmShow off your duct taping skills as you make an original creation out of everyone's favorite adhesive!
November 25th, 10:00am to 11:00am
Ages: 3-35 months and parentDrop in and play at the library! We'll have toys, music, and books for you to enjoy with your baby or toddler.

Talking Points

You know when you hear about a thing, and that thing then seems to come up again repeatedly? That's called a Frequency Illusion, or more commonly The Baader-Meinhof Phenomena.

So, how come is it that a few weeks ago when I first learned about the Council on Books in Wartime, it came up three more times for me in a twenty four hour period?

Are you at the point of information overload, addicted to gadgets, having neck or eye strain from too much screen time, etc.? Technology drives so much of modern life that it is difficult to find balance. Try the video for one artist's perspective & click the above headline to read more & share your own thoughts.

Check out these tips from Safe Kids Worldwide on how to help your child have a fun and safe Halloween every year.