There were tons of cute furry friends in attendance at this year's Pet Expo. We spotted dogs of all sizes, puppies up for adoption, some fluffy kittens, a couple of bunnies, a chicken on a leash, and even some wolves!
After you stop by the Pet Expo today, check out one of our many books about pets here at the library!
Fall is quickly approaching and that means it's time for apples! Find out where you can pick or purchase apples from local farms and get inspired by creative recipes.
Do you have triskaidekaphobia (fear of the number 13)? Ever wonder how Friday the 13th became such an unlucky day?
If you start with this book about the Borgia family, chances are you'll want to watch the TV series and do some factual research, too. If they were alive today, they definitely would've had their own reality TV show.
These movies, based on books, are set to come out this year. Read the book before you see the movie. You know the book is always better.
Researchers are doing DNA testing to confirm the model for one of the most famous paintings in the world, the Mona Lisa. You can do some research of your own with these books and DVDs.
Lighten the load with eBooks! Stop by the lobby in Headquarters on Monday, August 5th from 2-5 pm. Bring your eReader, tablet, or phone. Our Digital Learning Committee is happy to help you get started with your device to access your next Groundbreaking Read.
Worried that you waited too long to start a garden? There's still time! Catch the Late Season Gardening program at County Headquarters on Tuesday, July 16th at 7 pm. Find out how to plant snap peas, lettuce, and more. Get a head start with one of these books on year-round gardening.
Watching fireworks for the Fourth of July is a fun way to celebrate our country's history. A great way to get some historical perspective is by reading historical fiction. Find out what life was like during the tumultuous time of the American Revolution with these Adult Fiction novels.