Monthly Archives: November 2015

Handling Holiday Stress

Join us on Wednesday, December 2nd from 7:00-8:30 p.m. in the Community Room for Handling Holiday Stress.  Having realistic expectations isn’t always easy to do when the holidays arrive. The pressures of frantic activities, family get-togethers, and missing those no longer with us, combine to produce tremendous stress.  In this […]

While the library’s closed…

Don’t get caught without something to read over the holiday weekend! The library will be closed Thursday and Friday (and closing early tomorrow) but you can still check out great titles using 3M Cloud Library. The 3M app currently works on both Mac and PC, as well as Nook tablet, […]

Staff Pick of the Week: Cookbooks

With Thanksgiving rapidly approaching you may have already begun your food prep and grocery store runs.  However, if you’re still looking for that perfect side dish to bring or appetizer to add to your menu, check out our selection of the staff’s favorite cookbooks. Make It Ahead by Ina Garten […]

Staff Picks

Looking for your next great read? We’ve got four shelves of titles loved by our staff members!  Staff Picks can be found on the ends of the fiction shelves in the gallery and are marked with a green dot on the spine.  Whether you’re in the mood for fantasy, science […]

Native Americans of the Franklin Township Region

Join us this Thursday, November 19th from 7:00-8:30 in the Community Room as we journey back in time with Jim Wade to discover the original Native Americans who lived in our area and uncover the hidden presence of the inhabitants who once hunted, fished, and gathered wild plants throughout the […]