Learn how to become more self-sufficient by checking out books from the Home Neighborhood.
You are looking around, analyzing the look and feel of your home. There is much about your décor that you like, but something just isn’t right, something is missing. What you discover is it’s you that’s missing. Nothing in your décor reflects what you like, what is important to you, or what your interests are. What to do?
Living in a small space can be challenging. Learn some tips for decorating your cozy domain.
Large or small, we fill our houses with the things we like and the things we can’t seem to get rid of. Because we do, we have to find a way to organize all that we own so that we can find what we want when we want it
If you want to live greener, but are afraid that being green is a lot of sacrifice and expensive gadgets, your library has all kinds of books to help. Read further for just a sampling.
Find out how to update your home with clean, airy cottage style.
It is winter, but the days are growing longer and warmer. Crocus blooms and temperate weather lead to thoughts of clearing the home of the remains of winter. Where to start?
Visit the Home Neighborhood for ideas on updating your walls with paint!
Radon is colorless, odorless, tasteless and occurs naturally as uranium in soil, rocks and water breaks down. Even though it is a natural occurrence, it is hazardous if it becomes trapped in your home. January is National Radon Action Month. Use this opportunity to learn the facts about radon and how you can mitigate its presence in your home.
Danny Lichtenauer from Westar Energy will be at the library December 13 at 7:00 pm with helpful tips on managing household energy use.
Come to the Library on December 13 to learn how to decrease your energy costs.