Libraries

PBC Library System Receives Awards

The Palm Beach County Library System recently received two 2021 awards from the Florida Library Association (FLA). Library Director Douglas Crane received the Librarian of the Year award and the Birding Backpacks program received the Library Innovation Award. In addition, Jennifer Gallagher, Library Education and Technical Manager, and Melanie Norberto, …

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Bosque Farms new librarian has lots of ideas for the future

BOSQUE FARMS – The new director of the Bosque Farms public library came to her career a little later than others, but her love of the land has been around for a long time. After 21 years as a dance teacher, gymnastics trainer, and preschool teacher for Parks and Recreation …

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Birmingham Public Library to celebrate the city’s 150th anniversary with a return to events in person

After shutting down in-person programming for more than a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Birmingham Public Library will mark the return of in-person events to celebrate the city’s 150th anniversary. Tuesday June 1 marked 150 years since the Elyton Land Company founded the city of Birmingham. The library will …

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Kalamazoo Public Library locations are now open for in-person services

KALAMAZOO, MI – All Kalamazoo Public Library locations reopened for in-person services on Tuesday, June 1, the library system said in a press release. The collection service will still be offered to customers who prefer their items to be delivered outside, the organization said on June 1. KPL’s hours of …

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Robbinsville Libraries in Mercer County to reopen in-person services on Saturday

TOWNSHIP OF ROBBINSVILLE, NJ – The Mercer County Library System is turning the page on the COVID-19 pandemic and reopening its branches to increase capacity and provide services that have been suspended for more than a year. As of June 5, the Robbinsville Library, along with all branches of the …

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Milford City Library Weekly News

Dave Morin’s photographic exhibition continues to be exhibited. This year’s show is dedicated to Ann-Marie Morin Adams and Eric Morin – children of Dave Morin with his wife, Elizabeth C. Morin, who passed away last year. Be sure to check out all the pics, especially a few of our favorites, …

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The library brings back a series of summer activities | New

The Warren County Public Library’s in-person summer activity series returns in 2021 after the coronavirus pandemic shut down many library activities last summer. Courtney Stevens, WCPL’s community outreach manager, said there will be several awards up for grabs this summer for children and adults who participate in the WCPL Reading …

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Stop hoarding Steam games. Here’s how to share your library with friends

Steam’s library sharing feature has its pros and cons. Taylor Martin / CNET If you’re a PC gamer, Steam – Valve’s digital game distribution service – has an extensive library of games for you to check out. contrary to game subscription services (Apple Arcade, Google Play Pass), you can purchase …

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Richmond County Libraries Launch Appleby Garden Concert Series

AUGUSTA, Ga. (WRDW / WAGT) – Richmond County Libraries are launching their Appleby Gardens concert series. The first show will take place next Tuesday from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. This year’s series is completely virtual, which means you can experience it from the comfort of your own home. Zanaiah …

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Ripley Library Shows Improvements During Open House | News, Sports, Jobs

Members of the public were invited to explore the newly renovated Ripley Public Library. In the photo, a view of the ground floor. RIPLEY – “The Ripley Public Library is now in a position to help the community for many decades to come”, said Rhonda Thompson, director of the library, …

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