Libraries

$ 680,000 in NYS funding directed to two WNY libraries for building improvements

BUFFALO, NY (WIVB) – Two libraries in western New York State are receiving a big check from the state to help them modernize their buildings and grounds. New York State Senator Sean Ryan, who chairs the NYS Senate Libraries Committee, announced Friday that a library in Buffalo and one in …

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New to the library | Life

Check out these new books at the Haywood County Public Library. Visit haywoodlibrary.org to put them on hold or email Kathy at [email protected] If you prefer an electronic version, check out the North Carolina Digital Library available through the Libby app or the library website. fiction “The Bullet” (Eve Duncan …

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‘Bookstagramer’ will host a panel of Latinx authors for the Orange County Library System Hispanic Heritage Month event

ORANGE COUNTY, Florida. – Hispanic Heritage Month is underway and the Orange County Library System is hosting events to celebrate Latinx cultures. “It took me a good part of adulthood to find my way through the pages of books and I’m so glad that there are now children’s books and …

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Lovejoy Library gets a makeover, more open space | New

Students may have seen changes happening in the Lovejoy Library. Empty shelves might seem a bit unusual for a bookcase, but for Lovejoy, that means big updates. Shelly McDavid, Regional Coordinator for Access and Library Spaces and STEM Librarian, led the project. “We deselect materials from the collection that have …

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Moffett Library’s 9/11 exhibit informs students 20 years after tragedy – The Wichitan

In remembrance of the September 11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center two decades ago, the Moffett Library hosts a visual display of posters and memorabilia on the second floor titled “September 11, 2001: The Day That Changed the World”. “The New York City 9/11 Museum provided the 14 …

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Letters to the Editor – Dallas development, Preston Roya Library, Texas abortion law

It’s in my garden Yes, in my garden! Another day, another opportunity for Dallas City Council to hear from its constituents. For the past 10 years, prime real estate on the corner of Forest and Nuestra has sat vacant, literally, in my backyard. Our incredible neighborhood, which runs the length …

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Valley News – Out & About: Newport, NH, the two cats in the library are worth a visit

The Richards Free Library in Newport is a magnificent building. The three-story Colonial Revival style home has large curved windows and intricate moldings under other windows on the third floor that overlook downtown Newport. Inside, the space welcomes natural light. A dark curving staircase and a massive fireplace on the …

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Watauga County Public Library to Host Prize Draws for Those Who Get Library Card During Library Card Enrollment Month | Local News

BOONE – September is Library Card Enrollment Month, a time when the Watauga County Public Library joins with the American Library Association and libraries across the country in reminding parents, caregivers and students that enrolling in a library card is the first step on the path to achieving their goals …

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Reading Winners Named by Library for Summer Program | News, Sports, Jobs

Pictured left are Anderson-Lee Library Summer Reading Program Grand Prize Winner Bobbi Kilburn and Anderson-Lee Library Children’s and Young Adult Program Coordinator Amy O’Connell. Adult Grand Prize Winner. SILVER CREEK – The Anderson-Lee Library, 43 Main Street, Silver Creek has named the Grand Prize winners for its summer reading program. …

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Children’s Libraries Bring Books, Better Lives for Children in Kenya

BLUFFTON, SC (WSAV) – This is something kids here might take for granted every day – the ability to have a textbook or some other type of book of their own. A man from Lowcountry is working to make this a reality for all children, starting with Africa. “The teacher …

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