The Mystery Writers of America present the Edgar Awards to books in the genres of mystery, crime, and suspense.
If you enjoyed reading a certain book, it's likely that you'll enjoy other books with similar writing styles and themes. Find your next great read here!
We all know the benefits of recycling - it's better to re-use materials than let them sit in a landfill for decades or even centuries. In order for recycling to go smoothly, be aware of what you can and cannot recycle!
Graphic novels, or comic books, are great resources for visual learners. These books provide picture sequences, along with dialogue and narration. For denser topics, concepts are broken down piece by piece. This is an excellent way to stay informed about current events and become familiar with historical events.
April 22nd is Earth Day! There are many ways you can participate, from attending an event to making a change to your daily routine.
The Technology Business Start-Up Workshop is part of the Technology and Entrepreneurship Talent Network (TETN) Industry Week, which focuses on the latest trends in technology and entrepreneurship. The free event will be held April 24, 2014 from 8 am - 12 pm. Register here.
National Poetry Month is about more than just reading poetry. It's the perfect opportunity to share your favorite poems with others, and create your own poetry as well. This year, April 24th has been designated Poem in Your Pocket Day! We have many anthologies of poetry to inspire you.
Around the world, buildings have displayed blue lights in honor of Autism Awareness Month. See pictures of the light displays, visit online resources, and check out books from the library to learn more.
Aspiring entrepreneurs ages 50 and up are invited to this program to help you decide if it's the right time to start a small business. This free event will be held on April 29, 2014 from 5:30pm-8:00pm at the County Library. Registration required.