Our main level is open!  Come in and pick out a book.  Properly worn masks are required but browsing is allowed!  We have public computers, Wi-Fi, and lots of online resources to help with job searches, homework, family trees, and more! 

Contact- free pick-up is still available:  1.Place your holds online or over the phone.  2. We’ll notify you when your items are available.  3. Pick up your items in the library lobby.

Library hours:  M/W/F  10a-3p, T/Th 2p-7p , and Saturdays 1p-4p 

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Please help us spread the word of a new community resource.  Enrollment for the Emergency Broadband Benefit is now open. The temporary benefit provides a discount of up to $50 per month toward broadband service for eligible consumers who are struggling to stay connected during the pandemic.  Qualifying households on Tribal lands can receive a discount of up to $75 per month for service. See if you qualify by visiting www.fcc.gov/broadbandbenefit  Watch for more information on this link. 
Dont miss Storytime!  Wednesdays at 10am and Thursdays at 3pm.  This weeks theme is animals.  Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 987 5412 0923
Passcode: Storytime

Join this fun and educational group for our weekly story time. All ages are welcome. Yes, babies and toddlers too!  Can’t sit still?  No problem!  We are engaging for all ages.
If you do any shopping on Amazon, you can donate to the library for free.  Simply click on our Amazon Smile link and shop normally.  Any qualifying purchases generate an automatic donation from Amazon to the library. 
Our last poem for poetry month comes from Nikki Giovanni.

My First Memory (of Librarians)

This is my first memory:
A big room with heavy wooden tables that sat on a creaky
     wood floor
A line of green shades—bankers’ lights—down the center
Heavy oak chairs that were too low or maybe I was simply
     too short
          For me to sit in and read
So my first book was always big

In the foyer up four steps a semi-circle desk presided
To the left side the card catalogue
On the right newspapers draped over what looked like
     a quilt rack
Magazines face out from the wall

The welcoming smile of my librarian
The anticipation in my heart
All those books — another world — just waiting
At my fingertips.
Did you know that Earth Day was first observed on April 22, 1970?  Today is all about raising awareness for environmental causes.  Test your knowledge at https://www.earthday.org/earth-day-quizzes/  

Why not check out a book today on sustainable farming, plant-based diets, or recycling?
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