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 […]

A Reminder on Tax Forms and Assistance

Tax Forms: Due to federal budget cuts, the IRS Tax Forms Outlet Program has reduced the number of forms and publications they will provide to us and other libraries this year. We only have Forms 1040, 1040A and 1040EZ for patrons to take home.  No instruction books are available. We currently have tax […]

Important Information for Ebook Readers & Borrowers – News on Open Houses!

The Library’s contract with Overdrive (Digital Library NJ) ends on February 28, 2015, and we will be using 3M Cloud Library. We will be holding Open House sessions on Wednesday, March 4 and Monday, March 23.  They will both be 7-8:30 PM in the Community Room and registration is advised. […]

Staff Pick of the Week: Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen

Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen is this week’s staff pick.  A fantastic story about love, friendship, and some of the darker things in life, all behind the glittering lights of the circus.  As it’s set in the 1930’s, there is unfortunately some animal abuse in the novel so please be […]


YA Book Award Winners & Staff Picks

Did you know that we have a great selection of Young Adult books?  Did you also know that lots of adults read YA too? This ever-changing collection has tons of great reads!  If you’re looking for somewhere to start, we recommend checking out our YA Staff Pick Bookmarks (there are […]