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Are You Bored Yet?

Are you already saying or hearing, “I’m Bored” and looking for things to do? Be creative. Visit your local branch to find books to help

Ice Cream Month

July is National Ice Cream Month but this isn’t your average food holiday conjured up by big corporations to give out freebies and market more

Road Trip Ready

Now that warmer weather is in our sights and the last week of school is on the horizon, it’s time to start planning the details

Apollo 11 Moon Landing

This summer we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon Landing. On July 20, 1969, astronaut Neil Armstrong became the first human to

Book Clubs

As library staff and employees, we’re sometimes asked whether people still use the library to check out and read actual books. While digital formatting offers

Summer Slide

A long summer break is a great time for students to reset and take time away from studying but watch out for Summer Slide. Research

Did These Books Predict the Future?

Natural disasters, big brother, organ transplants, the atomic bomb, consumer fatigue and more. At one time these concepts were merely speculation and science fiction

Summer Programs

Looking for something to do this summer? Check out our calendar of events where you’ll find programs for all ages and a wide variety of

Marlena White Wins Friends Grant to ALA

United for Libraries has awarded the 2019 United for Libraries/ThriftBooks Friend Conference Grant to Marlena White, current Director of the Friends of the Lexington

May is Mystery Month

If you haven’t read a mystery lately, there’s no time like now to investigate criminally good fiction. Whether you like your mysteries cozy — or

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