Our “selfie” campaign invites you to share your library moments April 13-19 during National Library Week. Help tell the library story through pictures. Share yours; here’s how.
Honor the 60th anniversary of the Brown v. Board of Education Supreme Court decision by taking part in an All-City Book Read centered around having positive conversations about racial issues.
Have a professional appraise your antiques from 10am to 3pm April 19. Appraisal cost does apply, but it’ll be worth it if you find out you have an antique you can retire on.
Clean out the electronics clutter in your home or office when you take part in electronics recycling at the Green Fair April 19. Enjoy giveaways, kid crafts, dozens of vendors and great library resources for living green.
When it comes to your finances, you want to feel confident. The library can help. Check out books on financial literacy for all ages.
As the library preps for an upgrade to our inventory system, you can prep too. The new check-out system, beginning May 6, will require you to use your PIN.