Black History Month is an annual celebration of achievements by African Americans and a time for recognizing their central role in U.S. history. Also known as African American History Month, the event grew out of “Negro History Week,” the brainchild of noted historian Carter G. Woodson and other prominent African Americans. Since 1976, every U.S. […]
Grab some wintertime activities to take home! We know you’re trying to stay home and stay safe this winter, and the Children’s and Parents’ Services Department is here to help you keep the kids occupied and engaged! The library staff has been busy creating new ways to engage families throughout these past several months. If […]
Reach Out and Read is a national organization that partners with pediatric medical practices to place books into the hands of their youngest patients, many of whom do not have books at home. By partnering with pediatricians to integrate books into annual checkups, families learn the importance of reading and receive the books to get […]
NEW VIRTUAL STORY ADVENTURES ADDED Great for parents who would like to supplement home lessons or to just have fun with the kiddos. Look for new themes to appear regularly. It includes books, storytimes, songs, fingerplays, games, places to explore, STEM activities, crafts and more! All you need is a library card. Check them out HERE!
Happy 2021! We are happy to announce that we are beginning to have in-house programs again. We will be offering: IN-PERSON ART CLUBWednesdays @ 6:00-8:00 PMCome down to the Teen Department to work on your art projects with the art cart, while chatting with your friends. IN-PERSON ILLUSTRATORS WORKSHOPFridays @ 4:00 PM LET’S PLAY JACKBOX […]
Get out of your reading rut and embrace the inner bookworm in you! Try out these 8 resolutions to help you kickstart your reading journey for 2021. Join your local library! Visit book recommendation sites for book reviews such as Goodreads, Bookish, Shelfari, Amazon or ask your MMSCL Adult Librarian for guidance. Pick subjects you […]