It is the business of libraries to provide information. Help us keep fact separate from fiction. Since we rely on government data for everything from the local census of our community to local weather, it should be important to you as well! Here is a list of known fake news websites that “purposefully publish fake information or are otherwise entirely unreliable” and steps you can take to be critical when reading the news.
Don’t forget the library during Snocade! We’ll have programs for everyone- science, nature, crafts, stories, and a chance to learn about Japan and its culture. Stay tuned as we confirm our programs!
A new beginning offers each of us a chance to work on developing ourselves in a variety of ways. One of these ways is to transform our creative thoughts onto a piece of paper, maybe many pieces; then, come and share and we will support your efforts. You will always have an audience waiting for you here each month Continue reading “WRITERS’ GROUP NEWSLETTER D. Bradley January, 2017”
Want to get together with fellow writers to share your work and help others polish their drafts?
Writers and listeners are invited to the next meeting of the writers group at the library on Wednesday, January 11th at 1:30. Come on out!
We will be closed for the , December 24, 25 and 26, and will reopen on Tuesday December 27 at 11 am. We will be open on December 31, but closed on January 1 (Sunday) and January 2 (Monday) to ring in the new year. When school is closed due to slippery roads, in the interest of safety, the library, too, will be closed.
Universal Class now offers 531 courses, and 272 of these contain video-audit options. Click here to view the updated course listing