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  • Edgewater Branch Library hosts crime victim's workshop

    Edgewater Branch Library hosts crime victim's workshop
    Rhonda Wilson was meeting with a group of men, when she posed a simple question. Imagine they were in a club, she suggested, and they noticed a young woman seated at the bar with a man. When the woman’s attention got distracted, the man slips...
  • Whitehall Township Public Library invites community to work on a sidewalk chalk mural July 12

    Adults and children are invited to create a piece of public art together, 3-4:30 p.m. Saturday, July 12, at the Whitehall Township Public Library. Patrons may contribute to a sidewalk chalk mural and the event is free and open to all ages, according to...
  • Thursday's Bulletin Board

    Thursday Cherry Fest Celebration, 5 p.m. at Whole Foods Market, 810 University Drive, Coral Springs. Free. Call 954-753-8000. Exploring Nature, 2 p.m. at Anne Kolb Nature Center, 751 Sheridan St., Hollywood. $5. Call 954-357-5161. Healthy Eating...
  • Historian launches new book about local Civil War veterans

    Local author and historian Bob Grenier will launch his new book "Images of America: Central Florida's Civil War Veterans" at 2 p.m. July 17 at Leesburg Public Library, 100 E. Main St. The book, which features about 200 vintage images, is the saga of...
  • State Rep. Claire Janowski reads to children at Rockville Public Library

    State Rep. Claire Janowski (D-56) visited Rockville Public Library as a special guest storyteller on July 8. Reading to children ages 3 and up, Janowski took part in the story hour - one of many summer programs planned in the children's wing of the...
  • RHAM grad turned illustrator appears at Douglas Library

    Jason May graduated from RHAM High School. "I was lucky enough to have a number of great art teachers there," he said. Like most artists, May has been drawing his entire life. "I don't think there was a defining moment that made me think, 'I'd like to...
  • Yorktown native to lead mystery conference

    Yorktown native to lead mystery conference
    Award-winning mystery and science fiction author Donna Andrews, whose titles "Murder with Peacocks" and "Revenge of the Wrought Iron Flamingos" are set in her native Yorktown, has been named toastmaster of the 2014 Deadly Ink Mystery Conference. The...
  • BOOKS

    BOOKS
    'The Time Traveler's Wife': As part of the Broward Public Library's Adult Summer Reading Series, there will be a discussion of Audrey Niffenegger's "The Time Traveler's Wife" that will be led by Helene Palmer. If you don't remember the 2003 novel then...
  • Get the facts on hurricane readiness at Mount Dora program

    Get the facts on hurricane readiness at Mount Dora program
    MOUNT DORA — With hurricane season upon us, the W.T. Bland Public Library is putting on a hurricane-preparedness program at 6:30 p.m. July 22 to provide tips on how to be ready in case a storm threatens the area. The free event will be repeated at...
  • Wethersfield Names New Library Director

    WETHERSFIELD — The library board has chosen a successor to Director Laurel Goodgion, who retired at the end of June. Brook Berry, manager of information and circulation services for the New York Public Library's Mid-Manhattan Branch, will take over...
  • Man accused of possessing child pornography at Burbank library

    A 45-year-old man was arrested Saturday after he was allegedly caught looking at suspected child pornography at the Burbank Central Library, police said. Police responded to the library, located at 110 N. Glenoaks Blvd., just before 5 p.m. regarding...