May means megamovies!

This month will see the release of several long-awaited movies, not least of which is the fourth Indiana Jones film: Indiana Jones and the Crystal Skull, coming 20, yes, 20 years after the last one.  I hate to say it, I really like these movies and I think alot of Harrison Ford's acting, but when I see the pics of him for this, he reminds me of my dad.  Probably not what they wanted for the star's image.


This new library website has been up for about a year now and I understand that some people are a little confused about logging into this website and your library account.

Let’s see if I can clear this up.

Jane Austen Book Club and Tea

We had a great meeting this week of the Jane Austen Book Club.  Thanks go to English native Mary Wyatt, who made delicious salmon and cucumber sandwiches and Jean Davis who provided the food.  Mary regaled us with stories about England and her memories of English teatimes.  We had 10 people join us for the tea and also the discussion of Mansfield Park.  We also had two different versions of MP running on video.

Skulduggery Pleasant fills in the bare bones of a skeletal plot!

Looking for some tongue-in-cheek adventurous humor to share with the family?

April is National Poetry Month

In celebration of National Poetry Month, why not check out something from our diverse poetry collections? Many people think poetry is dead, but just think of the lyrics of that annoying commercial jingle or your favorite radio song—it may not be classical poetry or pretty, but it has a beat and an appeal that keeps you from forgetting it. Try out some of our gathered poetry books, and you might be pleasantly surprised!

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