Read On! Beginnings

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The new year is upon us! If you’re like most people, the new year is a time of new beginnings. A time when we wipe the slate clean. A time when we decide/resolve to try new things, hone your skills, and improve your life.

Lucky for you, your library can make achieving these goals easier and a lot less expensive. We are your source for resolution resources!

Want to learn a new skill? Try our DIY online resources. They cover everything from home maintenance and repair to crafting how-tos. The written instructions include detailed pictures and the video instructions are as good as YouTube but without commercials.

Want to learn a new language? Check out Mango through your computer or their app. With more than 70 languages to choose from, you’re sure to find something fun to learn. Our nonfiction collection (specifically the 400s) also includes several languages.

Want to get organized and declutter your home? Our nonfiction collection (specifically the 648 area) has you covered! We have popular titles like “The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up” and more generalized titles that will help get you started.

Want to eat healthier? Or perfect a new style of cooking? We have cookbooks for days! They range from specialized diet cooking to cookbooks by famous chefs.

We even have resources for money management, exercise, etc. And of course, we have plenty of material for even the most strenuous reading challenges!

If your goals for 2019 include making friends or being more social, don’t miss out on our adult workshops and events. Join us the second Thurs. of each month (Feb. through Apr.) at 7 PM for a mixture of speakers and crafts. Don’t forget about our Books and Brews Club the 1st Sat. of each month at Fat Toad Brewing! We’ll discuss “Soulless” by Gail Carriger this Sat.