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  • family films available at your library
    Posted on: Tuesday, December 26, 2017

    Do you enjoy watching movies with your family members and friends? It’s nice to spend some time watching movies to relax and have a little fun with family and friends. Here are some movies that are worth watching or re-watching. Do you have any movies that you would like to add to the list?

  • Father and son
    Posted on: Tuesday, June 14, 2016

    Librarian Sheldon gives a shout out to all the hard-working dads out there and has some great recommendations for books about fatherhood. From the comical to the tragic to the heroic, we'll have the book that's right for you this Father's Day.

  • Punk Rock Turkey
    Posted on: Monday, November 23, 2015

    It’s Thanksgiving, that time of year when we all think of pie, turkey, afternoon naps, and spending the weekend watching football with the family. For some it’s a joyous occasion, but for others it means that dreaded once-a-year meeting with the weird uncle that smells like sardines and gym socks and tells you you should have been a podiatrist. If you fall into the latter category you might find yourself alone, lost in a good book while trying to forget the family drama in the next room. So if you’re one of those types then we’ve got a great suggestion. Why not read about other weird families? Yours might not seem so bad after all. So if family time’s got you down and you find yourself dreading the holidays (or maybe your family just isn’t as cuckoo as you would like), we have got the dysfunctional family story for you!

  • Posted on: Friday, October 17, 2014

    Typically thought of as the month in which children extort candy from their neighbors and as the opening of Pumpkin Spice Latte season, October is also Family History Month.

    You might think that nothing interesting has ever happened to your family but that might be a mistake. History is more than just a collection of facts and dates, wars and treaties, and unpronounceable names. All that history was made by real people – our ancestors.

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