2014 food drive
10/02
Thursday
10:30AM
Preschool 3s, 4s & 5s
Duplo Play Day
10/02
Thursday
1:30PM
Babies and walkers under 3
Story Time: Babies and walkers under 3
10/04
Saturday
Library closed for Yom Kippur
10/06
Monday
4:30PM
Families
Walk-in Story Time
10/07
Tuesday
10:30AM
Babies and walkers under 3
Story Time: Babies and walkers under 3
10/07
Tuesday
2:00PM
Babies
Baby Play Time
10/08
Wednesday
1:30PM
Preschool 3s, 4s & 5s
Story Time: 3s, 4s, and preschool 5s
10/08
Wednesday
4:30PM
Grades K - 5
Craft: Shopping Bag Kite
10/09
Thursday
10:30AM
Preschool 3s, 4s & 5s
Duplo Play Day
10/09
Thursday
1:30PM
Babies and walkers under 3
Story Time: Babies and walkers under 3

What's goin' on.

Life at 1465

Magazines circulate

Did you know you can check out magazines like books? The library subscribes to more than fifty magazines, and you can request them and take them home.

The newsletter

Our free monthly newsletter is available at the library and includes the calendar of events.

 

 

The collection: DVD / Blu-Ray



Philomena

Journalist Martin Sixsmith has lost his job as a Labour government adviser, and is contemplating writing a book on Russian history. He is approached at...

The collection: Audio books



Ask Deepak About Love & Relationships - Deepak Chopra

Reflections, thoughts, and inspirations on big questions about love and relationships from writer and philosopher Deepak Chopra. Join the New York Times...

Quotation of the day

L. M. Montgomery

It was October again... a glorious October, all red and gold, with mellow mornings when the valleys were filled with delicate mists as if the spirit of autumn had poured them in for the sun to drain — amethyst, pearl, silver, rose, and smoke-blue. The dews were so heavy that the fields glistened like cloth of silver and there were such heaps of rustling leaves in the hollows of many-stemmed woods to run crisply through. (From Anne of Green Gables)

Word of the day

Na•vette

(n.) a gem, usually not a diamond, cut as a marquise

Today in history

"Baseball was, is, and always will be, to me, the best game in the world.” Babe Ruth.


On September 30,:1927, Babe Ruth becomes the first baseball player to hit 60 home runs in one season;1935, The Hoover Dam is dedicated;1947, The World...

Interesting things

Dronestagram


Ever hear of Dronestagram? It's dedicated to videos and photographs taken with drones.

The Collection: Books



The Collector - Nora Roberts

When professional house-sitter Lila Emerson witnesses a murder/suicide from her current apartment-sitting job, life as she knows it takes a dramatic...

The Collection: Music



Twin Forks - Twin Forks

Each track has its own feel and rhythm. Really unique sound. Very nice blend of rhythm with some incredible guitar playing. It's easy to get lost into...

Kids cook



Sushi for beginners

Introduce your kids to the art of sushi rolling with these easy sandwiches. The tortilla does double duty as a rolling mat and a tasty wrapperWhat you...

Rainy day craft



Make a Glittery Snowflake

What you will need:Cardboard TP or PT rollWhite glueWhite paintRulerScissors    2 paintbrushes (one for paint and one for glue)GlitterHow to make it:Start...

Science fair



The Clean Cloud

This is just so completely cool!What you will need:a bar of Ivory soapknifemicrowave ovenWhat  you do:Cut a bar of Ivory soap in half. Put one half in...
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