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  • Take Your Child To The Library Day

    Take Your Child To The Library Day
    I had a newborn and a two year old this time last winter and we needed to get out of the house.  "Take them to the library" my sister said.  Although younger than me, she's wiser and her children are older than mine so she's been down this road before....
  • Mom friends

    Mom friends
    I can relate to this article about how tough it can be to make "mom friends." If you have a newborn this time of year, it's hard to get out.  It's freezing and the idea of bundling up your baby just to get out of the house for an hour seems like a lot,...
  • Hartford Public Library Announces Its 2015 Baby Grand Jazz Series Lineup

    Hartford Public Library Announces Its 2015 Baby Grand Jazz Series Lineup
    The 12th season of the Hartford Public Library's popular Baby Grand Jazz Series will feature combos led by pianists Eli Yamin, Eri Yamamoto, Mihoko, Laszlo Gardony, Matt DeChamplain, Jonny King, Brian Marsella and Hey Rim Jeon; trumpeter Nick Di Maria;...
  • Entertaining the Kids on a Budget

    Cabin fever has taken over our house! I can't wait for that first warm spring day when we can just go and play on the swings or go for a walk!Until then, I know it can be a challenge to entertain the kids, especially on a budget, or no budget for that...
  • Ask the Chef: Julie Carrion of The Kitchen at Hartford Public Library

    Ask the Chef: Julie Carrion of The Kitchen at Hartford Public Library
    Chef Julie Carrion The Kitchen at Hartford Public Library & The Kitchen at Billings Forge   Julie, could you begin by introducing yourself, and introducing The Kitchen for someone who hasn’t been there before? Sure, I am the Chef Director of...
  • Personal, Political Artifacts At John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum

    Personal, Political Artifacts At John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
    In honor of the recent election, DayTrippers takes a tour of the incredible John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, which houses a large collection of personal and political artifacts.  Situated on Boston's Columbia Point, the museum's...
  • Bus trip to see 'King and I' will benefit Clermont library

    The Friends of Cooper Memorial Library is sponsoring a bus trip to the Show Palace Dinner Theatre in Hudson on March 26. The theater will present Rodgers and Hammerstein musical "The King and I" during a luncheon matinee. East meets West in this Tony-...
  • Obama library would be a part of history

    A Barack Obama presidential library would take a very small part of a very large park. Using parkland for the library is supported by the city as a whole, as shown by a poll, and by the affected neighborhood, as shown by community meetings. The land...
  • NY Public Library presents cool spelling artifacts

    It's not all about spell-check. The New York Public Library is displaying some cool artifacts that celebrate the written word. "Spellbound: A Celebration of Spelling" runs from Friday through March 17. It includes an 1841 Webster's dictionary with an...
  • Lake proposes 'status quo' library budget

    Lake proposes 'status quo' library budget
    TAVARES — Lake commissioners praised the county's library services and programs at a meeting last week that kicked off the first of many department budget workshops. Officials proposed a $4.5 million budget for the upcoming fiscal year, which...
  • Megan Quigley: children's librarian at Saxton B. Little Free Library

    Megan Quigley graduated from the University of Vermont with a degree in elementary education. "After teaching in a few different settings, I decided that I wanted to continue working with kids, just not in a traditional classroom," said Quigley. Having...