Monthly Archives: May 2011

Summer Reading Program Kick-Off Parties June 4th and 11th

See Harry & the Potters and Havana NRG live – June 4th! Havana NRG June 4, 11 a.m. Bachman Lake Branch Library 9480 Webb Chapel Rd. Harry & the Potters June 4, 2 p.m. Pleasant Grove Branch Library 7310 Lake June … Continue reading

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Memorial Day

Marine Corps unit on the field of the Cotton Bowl for a Memorial Day celebration honoring Vietnam veterans. June 2, 1973.

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Book Review: Mrs. Mike by Benedict and Nancy Freedman

You know, sometimes in life you have to go back to the things that you know made you happy. So it is with Romance stories. While I have no quibble with paranormal, inter-galactic relationships or being stolen by a pirate/sheik/millionaire … Continue reading

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I just got my teaching certification and need help preparing classroom guides. Can the library help?

The education collection in the History and Social Sciences Division of the Central Library is an excellent place to turn to when beginning your career in education. A new teacher can find first year teacher guides, handbooks, classroom management strategies, … Continue reading

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Linked-In Wednesday: ipl2

When trying to find information online, most people rely on search engines like Google or collaborative websites like Wikipedia. But search engines often bury the website you need in pages of results, and Wikipedia and other collaborative sites are notorious for … Continue reading

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