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  • Eustis librarian challenges: Check us out

    Eustis librarian challenges: Check us out
    By Lori Carter Correspondent EUSTIS — The summer reading program at Eustis Memorial Library is in full swing, with 57 events set for the six-week program. So far, 230 children have signed on to read, said Lauren McLaughlin, youth services...
  • Allentown library hosting new children's activities

    Allentown Public Library is offering two new children's activities for the summer, now through August 12. On Mondays, children and caregivers are invited to a story time at 11 a.m. on the front lawn that will be attended each week by a food truck. On...
  • Umatilla all-star baseball team headed to state tourney

    Umatilla all-star baseball team headed to state tourney
    The Umatilla 10-and-under all-star baseball team won the District 11 championship on June 23 in Belleview. The team plays next in the Florida state tournament July 9 in Jupiter. The team is seeking donations to defray the cost of its upcoming trip...
  • Maitland gaining recognition for promoting walking and bicycling

    Maitland gaining recognition for promoting walking and bicycling
    The title is simple and straightforward, said Ellen Schellhause. “Our project was called Maitland Walks,” she said, and it’s been the hope of the staff at the Maitland Public Library, where Schellhause is the director of library...
  • Check It Out: Need answers at 1 a.m.? We've got 'em

    Summer is a busy time. People seem to always be on the go. That can be challenging to avid readers and seekers of information. It's not always convenient to stop by the library to find something new to read or the answers required for a special project....
  • Simsbury Boy Scout Builds A 'Little Library'

    Simsbury Boy Scout Builds A 'Little Library'
    SIMSBURY — Across from the clerk's window at town hall is a tiny wooden house that serves as a bookshelf, holding about a dozen books. Anyone is invited to take a book or leave a book. Noah Campion, 18, built the bookshelf as part of his Eagle...
  • NAPL to host paranormal investigator, an electronic violinist and former Disney animator in July

    Meet a paranormal investigator, attend an interactive concert and meet a former Disney animator at Northampton Area Public Library in July. The library invites teens to learn about Electronic Voice Phenomena with paranormal investigator A.J. Rauber at...
  • South Windsor Library Seeks Volunteers

    Students entering grades six through twelve are invited to come into the South Windsor Public Library and sign up for summer volunteer hours. New volunteers should attend the Volunteer Orientation on June 25 at 7 p.m. Experienced volunteers can come...
  • Warner Bros. Releasing Diamond Luxe Editions of Classic Films

    Warner Bros. Home Entertainment will release Diamond Luxe Editions of its films starting Sept. 30 as a way to repackage library titles. The discs will feature newly designed collector-style packaging. The first films -- "The Green Mile," "Gremlins,"...
  • 'Books need to be free,' so she's making it happen

    "Once a librarian, always a librarian," Pattee Fletcher says. Strictly speaking, she was never actually a librarian. But with postgraduate degrees in library and information sciences, she knows a little something about the profession. About nine...
  • Wednesday's Bulletin Board

    Wednesday Arachne's Labyrinth, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Rosemary Duffy Larson Gallery, 3501 SW Davie Road, Davie. Free. Call 954-201-6984. Castaway Island, 9:30 a.m. to 5:20 p.m. at Topeekeegee-Yugnee Park, 3300 N. Park Road, Hollywood. $8 plus $1.50 park...