|Join us on Wednesday, June 10 at 10:30am as author James B. Dworkin shares his story and assists in craft activity afterwards.|
|June's exhibit features the photography of Jack Kenner, nature photographer. Some of these photos have appeared in his books Dogs I've Nosed or Dogs I've Nosed II.|
|Get into geocaching and find the library's new cache (GC5BAJX). Tap the tile to the left to get started.|
|Tap the statue to the left to view a photo slideshow of the library's "Salute to a Hero" dedication that took place on April 25, 2014.|
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