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Library News August: High Season for Corn, Tomatoes and Relaxation What other month celebrates taking it easy like August? National Lazy Day is August 10, followed quickly by National Relaxation Day on August 15. Can’t set aside work or other …

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Library News Book Club meets July 17 Looking for an insightful, stimulating, and sociable discussion of an interesting book? Then give the Reformation Book Club a try. Our next discussion on Tuesday, July 17, at 7pm features A Promise of Ruin by …

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Books for those who have been Mothered…and for Mothers, too Lots of things happen in May, from graduations to the first visit to the Shore. And there’s Mother’s Day of course. Whether or not you are a mother, one of …

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Celebrate the Earth, Cultivate the Soul As warming weather in April entices us outdoors to connect with our neighbors. as we celebrate Earth Day, and as the gardeners among us prepare to plant, our appreciation of earth, sky and water reasserts …

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Library Book Club meets Tuesday, April 17 at 7:00 pm – We will discuss the book, America’s First Daughter, by Stephanie Dray and Laura Kamoie, which tells the fascinating, untold story of Thomas Jefferson’s eldest daughter, Martha “Patsy” Jefferson Randolph. …

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Get Even More Grounded Our Lenten theme is based on the book Grounded, by Diana Butler Bass. It’s human nature to desire to be grounded — in faith, family, home, community and on this earth — and Bass explores what this …

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Happy Valentine’s Day! Most of us view Valentine’s Day as being about romantic love. At the same time, it’s an opportunity to celebrate the many forms of love in our lives – family, friends, society, and God. Below are a …

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Happy New Year!  A new year brings hopes, expectations and resolutions. For some, it is a chance to put a difficult year behind. For others, it is a time of optimism. And for yet others, it can feel like the …

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Take a Break with a Book We are in the midst of the holiday season, and sometimes it feels good to take a breather. A book can offer just the respite you need to keep perspective on the joys and …

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What to Read Now Given our national conversations on immigration, race and religion, here are a few selections from our library that might help you or your children gain additional insight. Kids might enjoy Molly’s Pilgrim by Barbara Cohen or The Story of …

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