Find out which tax forms you can pick up at the library and what other resources are available.
Discover library learning circles that give you an opportunity to take a free online class with a group.
Find oodles of information about famous people from credible sources in one easy-to-search online location.
Learn about one man’s triumph over illiteracy.
Take the steps to get your GED and improve your job options.
Get tips to increase your ability recognize when gathering information will help you solve a problem and where to look for reliable information.
Check out recommended websites to improve a variety of life, school and job skills.
History geeks can find bliss with this free online tool that let’s you take a deep dive into history.
Here are 10 ways adults can “go back to school” and learn something new this fall.
Check out the variety in inspirational fiction. There is a lot of historical fiction and romance, but there are also thrillers, contemporary fiction, and even some fantasy and science fiction.
Your library and other local organizations provide tools and classes to help you improve reading, writing and math skills, get your GED and job training, skills, and achieve your goals.
We are adding 10 new kits to the Library’s Book Group in a Bag collection this year. We’re excited about adding new kits to our collection, but it’s always hard to narrow down our list to just 10 titles. That’s where you come in. Please take our survey and help us narrow down our choices to the […]