This class will review a variety of readers' advisory websites.
Interested in genealogy, but not sure where or how to begin? Learn the basics of beginning your genealogy research.
Are you a R.E.A.D. for L.I.F.E student that would like some extra time on the computer? Come to the open computer lab and experience a relaxed environment where you can work on a variety of computer skills. A library staff member will be available to help you. Helpful handouts will be provided to get you started. Topics include typing skills, resumes, the new GED, e-mail and more. Tutors welcome. Please register in the READ for L.I.F.E. office.
With charm and humor, these novels explore the everyday joys, frustration, and sorrows of lives quietly led. Gentle reads can be found across many genres, however, they are not likely to be in horror genres. The realities of sex, violence, and other passions are downplayed and are never presented in a graphic manner.
Learn and taste recipes made with cherries. A long part of America's history, cherries are truly an American favorite. Colorful fruits provide a number of benefits from contributing important vitamins and minerals, to reducing risk factors for many diseases.