The Summer Reading Program isn’t just for kids! Readers age 18 + can also join us for Adult Summer Reading. The rules are simple: get a library card if you don’t have one, and earn your raffle ticket by reading (or listening to) a total of five books during the summer. You can get a […]
Grab your cameras or phones, and let’s take some pictures! Each Friday morning at 9:00, from 6/29-7/31, a themed Photo Hunt will be posted on our social media and on our website events calendar. All you need to do is take the photos described in the posts, and then fill out and submit the Google […]
Area Agency on Aging 1-B has prepared a list of resources to share some great resources that our Information and Assistance team at AAA 1-B has compiled over the last few weeks.
Ancestry Library Edition brings the world’s most popular consumer online genealogy resource to your library. It’s an unprecedented online collection of individuals from North America, the United Kingdom, Europe, Australia, and more.
A Note From The Library Director While our library building is closed, we’re still here for you and ready to help! We offer a wide variety of digital resources for all ages. Whether you’re looking for something to read, career help, stuff for the kids, or just some quarantine entertainment, we’ve got you covered. Feel […]
Making Social Distancing Easier During this time social distancing, we’re able to offer many ways to help make the time go faster with entertainment and enrichment for all ages. All you need is your library card. Digital Downloads We offer a selection of thousands of eBooks, streaming video, audiobooks and downloadable music. They can […]
This service includes a resume builder where you can save, edit, and print. Explore a variety of careers including allied health, law enforcement, and nursing. Prepare for occupation exams including civil service, commercial driver’s license, cosmetology, teaching, and more.
Looking for some great books to heat up your spring? Our own Adult Services Librarian, Mary Rapas, lists her recommendations in the New Baltimore Voice.