Native American Heritage Month
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November is Native American Heritage Month highlighting Native American authors who have given us a glimpse of their history and culture. The writings of these authors chronicles the heritage and struggles as well as finding their place in today’s world. … Read More

November 2022 Ellenburg Art Gallery – Band Hands Presents Day of the Dead Festival
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Come by the library November 7-30 to view the amazing artwork from Bare Hands, Inc. The gallery is a collection of items made by local artists for the Day of the Dead Festival that took place at Sloss Furnace on … Read More

Recent Horror Releases Perfect for Halloween!
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It’s that time again! The night of the year where we you need a good scare, and we’ve got you covered! Check out some recent Horror releases that’ll be sure to fill your Halloween with fright! Dead Silence Titanic meets The Shining in … Read More

Ellenburg Art Gallery October 22: Melanie Magee’s “Quiet Places”
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The Ellenburg Art Gallery is displaying artwork by Melanie Magee from October 3-28. The exhibition is titled “Quiet Places.”   Melanie Magee is an oil painter focused primarily on plein air painting. During her studies, she has benefitted from workshops … Read More

Dungeons and Dragons Tomes
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“You’re in a tavern….” Sound familiar? Chances are you’ve heard of Dungeons & Dragons, you may even be an expert on how the game is played. But do you know the history of how it all started? These titles cover … Read More

Read Your Sign: Virgo
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Virgos are often put down badly by many astrologers and written up as being fussy and narrow-minded. But when a Virgo shines, there is practically no sign to match their inner light. An in-tune Virgo is a treat to meet. … Read More

Banned Books Week
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September 18th-25th is dedicated to fighting censorship and supporting intellectual freedom. Since its beginning in 1982, the American Library Association (ALA) has collected data on cases wherein books are challenged to be removed from public spaces. Book banning attempts remain … Read More

Banned Books Week
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Banned Books Week is an annual event celebrating the freedom to read which begin in 1982.  it is normally observed during the last week of September, and focuses on the value of free and open access to information. Listed below … Read More

Hispanic/Latinx Heritage Month
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Hispanic/Latinx Heritage month is September 15 through October 15. This is a time to promote Hispanic and Latinx histories and cultures. What better way to celebrate than to check out one of the books below? We have picked out Latinx … Read More

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