As we look forward to what awaits the viewers in season five of Downton Abbey, join us for an afternoon of tea, fun, and history as Food Historian, Judith Krall-Russo presents "Life at the Edwardian Manor" on Friday, January 9, 2015 at 1 pm. Bring your own tea cup. Tea and refreshments will be served. We will also be testing your Downton Abbey knowledge.
This program is free. Seating is limited. Please register by stopping in, or calling 547-8686, or emailing email@example.com.
To learn more about Food Historian, Judith Krall-Russo, please go to www.teafoodhistory.com.
We have recently added Ancestry Library Edition and Heritage Quest Online to our library.
Ancestry Library Edition is an online collection, available on the library computers, of more than 7,000 available databases with individuals from North America, the UK, Europe, Australia, and more.
Heritage Quest Online, available on your home computer or on the library computers, features an incredible storehouse of American genealogical information.
To login, simply click above on Helpful Links. Both databases are listed under the column Library Resources. Heritage Quest Online does require your assigned barcode number.
Freegal Music allows our patrons to download music to their computer, iPod, or iPhone for free! Simply click on Helpful Links above. Under the column Library Resources, you will note the link for Freegal Music. Feel free to browse the site. Your barcode number is required to login and begin downloading.
Three new attractions have been added. They are as follows: Grounds for Sculpture, Garden State Discovery Museum, and Wheaton Arts.
Pictured are sights from Grounds for Sculpture
& the Academy of Natural Sciences.
Are you getting ready to take the SAT? Civil Service exam? US Citizenship test? Military exam?
We are so excited to bring the LearningExpress Library to our patrons! It offers a large selection of educational and career-related resources. Look for the link under Helpful Links, Library Resources to access the LearningExpress Library. The library is divided into centers. Simply choose a center and go!