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  • NAPL to host Autumn Basket Social Oct. 17

    Help raise funds for the Northampton Area Public Library and go home great finds at the Autumn Basket Social at 6 p.m. Friday, Oct. 17. The event will be held at the Northampton Memorial Community Center, 1601 Laubach Ave., according to the library's...
  • Connecticut State Library Seeks To Digitize World War I History

    The now century-old conflict known to its contemporaries as the Great War left an indelible imprint on Connecticut. For those who lived through it, on the battlefield or the home front, it was a life-defining event, and the Connecticut State Library...
  • What the HBO streaming service could look like

    What the HBO streaming service could look like
    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - It's not TV. It's HBO Go-It-Alone. That is what we'll call the standalone streaming service HBO CEO Richard Plepler finally confirmed Wednesday would be available in the U.S. next year. Tellingly and somewhat unexpectedly,...
  • Commissioners critical of public hearing on sites for a new library

    Commissioners critical of public hearing on sites for a new library
    The decision by a special task force on the Winter Park Public Library, to hold a public hearing to review possible locations for a new library, set off a debate among City Commissioners about whether that hearing was a mistake. At the start of Monday&...
  • Hampton Roads gets ready for earthquake drill Thursday morning

    Hampton Roads gets ready for earthquake drill Thursday morning
    At precisely 10:16 Thursday morning, Anita Jennings will be ducking under a sturdy library table to ride out an earthquake. She won't be alone. Jennings is one of about 2 million people expected to join in this year's Great SouthEast ShakeOut...
  • 'Ghostly Photographs' shown at Windsor Locks Public Library

    October is the time of year where even the skeptics get into the spirit of ghosts and goblins. Coming to the Windsor Locks Public Library for a program on ghosts, paranormal investigator Julie Griffin shared her experiences and eerie photographs with an...
  • Allentown library showing free foreign film

    Allentown library showing free foreign film
    Allentown Public Library will screen the foreign film "Clandestine Childhood" at the Allentown Public Library at 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 18. The drama portrays the life of 12 year-old Juan, whose parents return to Argentina to covertly battle the ruling...
  • Kent Memorial Library to close while improvements are made

    Kent Memorial Library is closing temporarily in order to undergo renovations which will help better serve its patrons. Library services will be temporarily relocated to 61 Ffyler Place during construction, which may take up to a year. The town voted...
  • Statue marking friendship between Newport and Okazaki, Japan, is blessed in library ceremony

    Statue marking friendship between Newport and Okazaki, Japan, is blessed in library ceremony
    With bamboo in the background, strains of Japanese music in the air and a guest in a kimono bowing to others wearing jeans, the Newport Beach Central Library on Tuesday morning set a perfect stage for an East-meets-West celebration of 30 years of Sister...
  • Lower Macungie Library to host afternoon tea

    Lower Macungie Library to host afternoon tea
    Lower Macungie Library is hosting an afternoon tea party from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 26. The cost is $25 per person, the library's website said. Tickets are available through Oct. 18 and proceeds benefit Lower Macungie Library, the website said....
  • Whitehall Township Public Library to host an artist talk Oct. 16

    Art enthusiasts can enjoy a special talk, 6-8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 16, with artist Eric Quimby at Whitehall Township Public Library. Quimby creates sculptures made of salvaged metal objects of agricultural and industrial heritage, according to the...