The library is here to help local entrepreneurs and small business owners! Whether you’re currently running your own business or aspiring to do so, the library has resources to help you succeed, like the Small Business Reference Center. The Small Business Reference Center is an […]
Meet the June Reader of the Month: Andrew Jones Check out Andrew’s Favorite BooksBe the next C-SPL Reader of the Month! About Andrew:Andrew Jones is an Assistant Professor in the Language and Literature Department at the University of Dubuque and serves as an assistant editor for […]
By Ryan Bankson, Circulation Services What do you think of when you hear the name Robin Hood? An accomplished archer? A scoundrel with a merry band of thieves robbing passersby on the King’s Road? How about that guy in the funny costume in Robin Hood […]
The Great Reading Challenge (GRC) is a year-long reading challenge for adults.
By Sarah Smith, Adult Services In 1993, a book featuring two teen girls falling in love created a controversy in the town where I lived, and copies of the books were removed from libraries and even burned in protest. This incident left an impression on […]
The Master Makers miss our creative friends! Even though we continue to supply you with fun projects and YouTube videos every week with our Take and Make kits, we look forward to the day when we can once again provide weekly programs and teach you […]
Art @ your library® will return in August, but there is still plenty of art to enjoy at your library.