September 15 ~ October 15 is Hispanic ~ Latino Heritage Month. Hispanic ~ Latino Heritage Month celebrate the histories, cultures and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, Central and South America.  It started as Hispanic Heritage Week in 1968, when Lyndon Johnson was President.  President RonaldContinue Reading

Election Day is Tuesday, November 3.

The deadline to register to vote is October 13.

Voter registration is available online or by mail.Continue Reading

We are pleased to announce that starting Tuesday, September 8, 2020, we will offer Notary Service at our Walkup/Pickup area on Mondays from 10am – 1pm and on Tuesdays from 5-8pm. The cost is $2.00 per signature.  Exact change is required.  Due to Covid restrictions, we can not make change.Continue Reading

Many of us did not grow up with the idea of self-care.  We were raised to believe that we needed to “tough it out” and just keep “putting one foot in front of the other”.  While that may be what we need to do, taking time out for ourselves –Continue Reading

Our July Adult Summer Reading Challenge is to read one memoir or biography and email the title, author and your impression of the book to our reference email, Why Read Memoirs and Biographies? Through reading memoirs or biographies of people we admire or respect, we learn more about theirContinue Reading

How Libraries are Addressing Anti-Racism Please read our Director’s Statement on Anti-Racism and Current Events. The American Library Association has written a #LibrariesRespond post with a Call to Action, which can be found here. Dr. Nicole Cooke, a Rutgers graduate who now serves as the Augusta Baker Chair at theContinue Reading