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  • Emily Tinnel loves working at Mansfield Public Library

    Emily Tinnel, school outreach and young adult librarian at the Mansfield Public Library, said it is her belief that a library, "a place that is full of information and ideas," should be the center of a community. After finishing her bachelor's degree at...
  • Health Calendar for March 3

    Health screenings, events and support groups throughout the county. EVENTS DEMENTIA: "Dementia Friendly Home" will be presented by CareSmart at 1:30 p.m. March 10 at the Antioch Public Library, 757 N. Main St. This one-hour interactive program will...
  • 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...
  • Writers Club for youth kicks off at South Windsor Public Library

    A new writing program for students in grades six to 12 has just kicked off at the South Windsor Public Library. The Writers Club program is one of several initiatives of the Teen Advisory Group, which is responsible for advising on and creating programs...
  • 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...
  • March into writers' workshops

    March into writers' workshops
    We might have turned a corner closer to spring this week. But it's still winter, a perfect time to hone your writing skills while you're hunkering indoors waiting for the weather to warm. The folks at the Williamsburg Book Festival are getting started...
  • 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...
  • 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-...
  • A fresh event coming to Bethlehem libraries

    A fresh event coming to Bethlehem libraries
    Bethlehem: Here's your chance to learn how and why you should add fresh, local produce to your diet. The Bethlehem Library and its South Side Branch are teaming up with Buy Fresh, Buy Local to hold informational sessions on Saturday. The sessions (10:...
  • Polish culture gets spotlight at Eisenhower Public Library

    Polish culture gets spotlight at Eisenhower Public Library
    Polish families in the Norridge and Harwood Heights area have come to make a regular play date of Drop-In Polish Family or Junior Storytime at the Eisenhower Public Library. "I think it's fantastic. We're very proud of the program and people love it,"...
  • Library Notes for March 1

    Antioch Public Library 757 N. Main St. (847) 395-0874; http://www.apld.info Meet the candidates: Meet the Library Board candidates at 7 p.m. March 4. The Board has four seats that are up for re-election this year. Grayslake Area Public Library...