Have You Seen Our Ceramics Display?

Have you checked out our Franklin Township High School’s students ceramics exhibit in our lobby and Circulation area?   We have pieces from several ceramics classes taught by Finn McNeil, James Ransavage and Matthew Feuer.   They’ve used a variety of techniques, including relief molds, coils, slab, mosaic, and thrown pieces. […]


The End of African American/Black History Month

  It’s almost the end of February, which means that Black History Month is, sadly, ending.  However, we want to remind you that information on African American history is available all year long, and should always be remembered. Since 1926, a version of Black History Month has existed in the United […]

It’s All Relative. And New Bookmarks!

Have you come in to see our newest book display: “It’s All Relative : Authors From the Same Family”? If not, you should and take one of our new “We’re Related” staff pick bookmarks while you’re at it.  Stephen King, Faye Kellerman, and more are on this list.  You’ll be […]

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It’s Banned Book Week!!!

Yesterday kicked off Banned Books Week!  In case you haven’t been around the library lately, we are making it very easy for you to find and read banned books, as our current display contains some of the most banned or challenged book of the last decade. Banned books are books that […]