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AdultsMon. Oct 11, 2021

Once Upon A Crime Scene

Once Upon A Crime Scene “Crime has always been a regrettably consistent element of the human experience” Mark Frost, American novelist   True crime stories has intrigued humans to the point of fascination. People either want to understand the psychology behind the crime, are curious to get the gossip, or want to solve the

AdultsTue. Oct 05, 2021

National Hispanic Heritage Month

September 15 – October 15 is National Hispanic Heritage Month. We celebrate the histories, cultures, and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America. The word Hispanic originated from a designation to Hispania, what we know as Portugal and Spain today.

AdultsFri. Oct 01, 2021

#RogersReads 2021: Read A Book With An Animal On The Cover

It is true that you shouldn't usually judge a book by its cover; however, if there are cute animals on that cover it is probably a good bet! It’s still not too late to get started on your #RogersReads challenges! To be eligible for the grand prize, all you have

AdultsSun. Sep 26, 2021

Banned Books Week

Banned Books Week is September 26th through October 2nd. Although this is called Banned Books Week, we are really discussing “attempted bans” or “challenges” since most libraries are committed to stopping censorship of their materials. This is an annual event that celebrates everyone’s right to read and combats censorship by drawing

AdultsFri. Sep 10, 2021

New Tutor.com Student Success Webinars

Tutor.com's got a brand-new lineup of student success webinars, hosted by Tutor.com K–12 and higher education expert Dr. Amy Dietzman. We hope you’ll join them as they cover topics on gaining confidence in school and overcoming test anxiety. The three-part Fall Student Success series is geared toward high school and college students.   In