Are you Thankful for Books? Show your love by completing this fall reading program during the month of November. Stop by the desk in the library to pick up your reading log, keep track as you work toward the challenge, and then bring it back to the library completed to earn a prize! No registration [...]
Each year, libraries across the country celebrate Children's Book Week. The theme for this fall's celebration, November 8-14, is "Reading is a Superpower." Pick up a Grab & Go packet focused on superheroes and superpowers during this year's celebratory week! Intended for preschool- & elementary school-aged children, the library Grab & Go bags are packed [...]
The library will be closed on Thursday, November 11th, in observance of Veterans Day.
Join the Friends of the Library for their annual meeting on Tuesday, November 16th at 5:00pm in the Library Meeting Room. Meeting will be short and include updates on projects and changes to bylaws. Learn more about the group and/or become a member.
Although film critics and viewers frequently dismiss Native American women in Westerns as stereotypes providing background for the action, a reexamination of Westerns reveals that Native American women characters often have more than a mere setting or sexual purpose. Despite the lack of Native American actresses in the films, the Westerns have depicted the Native [...]