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Featured Programs and Book Clubs

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Book Clubs

Books and brews logo Books & Brews Book Club
Join us at The Drafting Table for lively conversation while we discuss books from an eclectic list of authors. This month's book is News of the World by Paulette Jiles. Ebooks and eAudiobooks are available on Overdrive. Physical copies of the book are available at the Circulation Desk. Space is limited. Registration required.
Mystery and Mayhem Book Club logo Mystery & Mayhem Book Club
This book discussion group meets on the last Wednesday of the month from 2 – 3 p.m. for an hour of sleuthing and discussion. The library has copies of the book available at the Information Desk. No registration required.

Using Ancestry Library Edition for Genealogy

Using Ancestry Library Edition for Genealogy

Find out how Ancestry can help you with your family's history. This beginner class is an introduction to Ancestry databases of census records, vital records, immigration records, and more from all over the world. Registration required.

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