Read On! Covid Times Are Strange Times

For the first time last month, our physical and digital checkout statistics were less than 200 items apart. It looks like October will have similar numbers to report. In normal times, our physical checkouts are about double what our digital checkouts are, but COVID-times are strange times. In fact, all of the statistics we normally […]

Read On! Vol. 130: Change & Transitions

  “You could not step twice into the same river” is a quote from Plato summarizing Heraclitus’ philosophy of change. The Persian adage “and this, too, shall pass away” is probably a more familiar way to express the same sentiment: Change is inevitable. Knowing change is destined to come doesn’t make it any easier though. […]

Library Building is closed for Labor Day

Our physical building will be closed on September 7th, but we’re open 24/7 online! Check your account, place holds, download ebooks and audiobooks, learn a language, research your family history – all from wherever you are, day or night.

Read On! Staff picks

Lately, I have found myself yearning for new things to read or view, so I asked other Library staff members for some recommendations. I now present to you a list of selected “Staff Picks.” All of these titles are owned by the Library in print and/or digital formats.  Beartown by Fredrik Backman – Adult fiction; […]