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Sending warm thoughts your way,
As we are CLOSED today.
Hope you have a good book to read,
Maybe about gardening and planting seeds.
Tomorrow we will be back,
For story hour, a craft, and a yummy snack.
And that's my try at a winter poem,
Hoping you are safe, warm, and at home.

Rummage for Reading is Back!!

  Are you ready to rummage?  If so, stop by the Library and check out the Rummage for Reading table.  Normally we don't set it up until early Spring, but this winter we've had so many items donated that we decided to start early. Already this week a picnic basket, a large silver mixing bowl, a 4 qt.

11/26/18 Guess the Candy - Author Contest!

 Marquette has a new author in residence, Renee Cybul.  She is the married mom of 2 adult children, and proud Grandma of 3.  She taught 5th and 6th grade school in Il for 27 years.  She loved reading to her own children, and instilling the love of reading in her students.  Having always loved to read and write as a child, writing the book "Middle Me" fulfilled a dream for her.    She wrote the book for her granddaughter, who is in the middle of a brother sandwich.  Do you have pesky siblings that just won't leave you alone?  Did you ever dream of being able to walk freely through your house

8/30/18 New Item on Website!!

A new item on our library website is now available to users.  Gale Courses is now live on our Research page and will be the featured resource for the next month.  There are over 375 interactive online courses, available 24/7.  The courses run for 6 weeks and new sessions begin every month.  They are taught by college instructors who are experts in their field, and a certificate of completion will be awarded to those who finish and pass the class.  Sign up for one today!

New Farm Display

Sometimes you just have to ask to receive.  I was talking with Kathy Scheier (Pres. of the Kingston Historical Society) at the library the other day, about doing a farm display for our County Wide Read in Sept.  I asked her if the Historical Society might have some things we could borrow for the display.


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