Asking for information about major diseases and causes of death isn’t a typical holiday gift request, but conditions such as cancer, heart disease, and diabetes often run in families. Document your family health history, and talk to your doctor about your hereditary health.
In this episode, librarian Valerie Reif recommends a selection of books about some very interesting people.
Read exemplary and award-winning literature and discuss how the book remains modern and relevant in this popular monthly book group offered on the 2nd Monday of each month at 1:30 pm at the library.
In this episode, alternative history and sci-fi author James Young discusses his books, self-publishing and engaging in local writing communities.
Revitalize your workout routine or inspire yourself to try something new! A dozen different fitness kits are available for customers interested in physical fitness and exercise materials at the library.
Who is the smartest of them all? View the winners of the library’s quarterly trivia nights here – including the highest scoring team of 2015 with 90/100 correct answers!
In this episode, librarian Deb Bryan shares stories of local adults overcoming literacy challenges, plus opportunities for adult learners.
Teen romance novels aren’t a place where you might expect to find many characters who are still in their infancy. Sure, sometimes the guys or gals don’t act all that mature, but actual babies are few and far between. Here are some books that break the mold.
In this episode, Stephanie, Autumn and Miranda dish on books made into movies.
6:30 – 8:30 pm, Mon Aug 24, Examine the science behind vaccinations, the return of preventable diseases, and the risks of opting out.
In this episode, Dave Coleman recommends three books about World War I and shares why reading and talking about this primarily European war from a century ago is still important today.
Why is the pressure so intense in high school to be perfect? And what if the best you can do is to fake it? SPOILER ALERT: faking perfect isn’t a theme that is limited to high school romance novels and you can’t keep faking perfect forever!