The Moravians were one of the most successful religious movements of the eighteenth century. At the peak of their popularity, however, a crisis occurred, forcing Moravians to distance themselves from the teachings they had previously embraced with much enthusiasm. As the crisis undermined notions of marriage as a sacred bond, leaders ordered any archival evidence to be destroyed. Moravian Archivist, Paul Peucker, will unravel the mystery of what Moravians called the Sifting Time on Tuesday, January 31 at the Main Library.
Overheard at the sale recently! You haven’t missed out. Volunteers spent all day yesterday restocking and getting the sale ready for Saturday, January 28 from 10 am to 4 pm at the Main Library. Beautifully organized. Mostly donations. All in near perfect condition. 10,000+ books, DVDs, and CDs.
Improve your reading skills and get a boost of confidence by reading to a patient and gentle dog who loves listening to stories. Bring a book or choose one from our collection at the Main Library on Saturday, January 28 from 11 am to noon. No registration. Remember you can park in the garage!
15,000 books, DVDs, and CDs. This sale features books to start planning your garden, gifts for your valentine, and Celtic selections. Pick up some good reads to get you through the winter! All proceeds benefit the Library. Most credit cards accepted. Parking is available in the garage after 5:00 pm on Wednesdays and all day Saturday.
For more information about the book sale, please visit www.bestbooksale.org
Join us for a “journey” across Japan, learning useful phrases and fascinating cultural tidbits at the Main Library as we explore the sights and sounds of this amazing country on Wednesday evenings JANUARY 18, 24, FEBRUARY 1, 15, 22 . Learn the vocabulary used in navigating Japanese transportation, restaurants, lodgings, events, attractions, and more.
We are turning the tables on winter with an Hawaiian Beach Party at Family Fun Night tonight at 6:30 pm. The Main Library will be the site of tropical beach stories and games for preschool through grade 5 children. Island art activities, too, will help you escape the cold at the one hour event.