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How can we cope with these stressful times? Stay calm and read books. But after 10 months you may be looking for something new to read. Some libraries are open for limited hours if you would like to … more
Think back to December 31, 2019. Were you making resolutions, setting goals, or coming up with your vision for 2020? As we enter the new year, we not only reflect on the past 365 days and the … more
According to Jane Gangi, a Mount Saint Mary College education professor, “To develop healthy identities and become proficient readers, children must see themselves in books. All children need both … more
This past year gave me a chance to pause and reflect on everything we take for granted. Our routines were forced to change, as were basic daily interactions. Hopefully, you do not take your favorite … more
When you're buying something, who do you rely on for product reviews? How do you find exactly what you need at the right price? Do you ask your friends on social media? Do you read the product … more
What is the first thing you think about when you hear the word library? For many it is ‘books', but there is so much more. All you need is your library card and it will open up the door to our … more
On September 3, the Roscoe Free Library is 100 years old! We celebrated with ‘Curbside Cake On A Plate' last Saturday by setting up a tent and serving cake to anyone who drove by or walked up. It … more
The deadline to complete your 2020 Census is less than 30 days away. To assist you the Ethelbert B. Crawford Public Library in Monticello has two dates coming up where the Census will come to you - … more
COVID-19 has reminded us of something we already knew, that access to high speed internet is essential for all of us today. Education, economic development, and essential services all require high … more
Have you seen the chart listing how risky certain activities may be for contracting the Coronavirus? Visiting your local library is listed as “low-to-moderate risk”. Well, your favorite local … more
During the summer months, public libraries across the country offer activities and programs to encourage children to read. This year is no different. Even with the pandemic, the library staff quickly … more
Feeding the Flame I do not consider myself a poet, but I have been moved by poetry. Particularly the poetry that paints a picture, tells a story and illuminates my known world in a new way. Some … more
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