Online Adult Creative Writing Workshop

Posted by - May 19, 2020

Event Details Led by Langley Shazor of The Casual Word, participants of this live online workshop via Zoom will engage their creativity through the process of writing. Included will be prompts, free writing, sharing, and discussion. All you will need is your favorite writing tool, paper, and your imagination! This free workshop is for ages

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Staff Book Review: “The Book of Dreams”

Posted by - April 21, 2020

Thanks to Library Clerk Pam Murray for sharing her thoughts on “The Book of Dreams” by Nina George. You can check out this book in hard copy when the Library reopens. George’s other books are available as ebooks and audiobooks in the READS catalog. Just before leaving the Library on the last night we were

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Self-Understanding Through Creative Expression

Posted by - April 18, 2020

Do you feel worn-down by the last few months? Are you having a hard time understanding or processing your feelings during these strange times? JCPL Library Clerk Pam Murray believes that simple art and writing projects can be very powerful tools for understanding ourselves, processing our emotions, and moving forward in healthy ways. She calls

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Continue Using Your Library While We’re Closed!

Posted by - April 17, 2020

Although your Library’s building is closed right now, the good news is we’re still able to connect you with learning and entertainment opportunities. From our website alone, you can explore whole worlds for free! We have digital services that give you access to books, magazines, movies, and TV shows. Through our online databases, you can

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Staff Book Review: Light on Snow

Posted by - April 15, 2020

Thanks to JCPL Librarian Lisa Williams for sharing her thoughts about “Light on Snow” by Anita Shreve. You can find the book in ebook and audiobook format in the READS catalog or on the Libby app. Click here if you’d like help using READS or Libby. Written by best-selling author Anita Shreve, “Light on Snow” has

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RB Digital: A Hub for Entertainment & Education

Posted by - April 3, 2020

Even though your Library’s building is currently closed, we are just as committed as ever to providing you with entertainment and learning options. In the coming weeks, we’ll be highlighting the many free digital resources you have access to as a JCPL card holder. RB Digital is one of those great resources. It’s your ticket

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Census 2020 Begins

Posted by - March 11, 2020

The 2020 Census fulfills our nation’s constitutional requirement to count and record all residents of the United States every ten years. This year’s census marks a historic first as the first count to include an entirely digital option in which the form can be completed and submitted online. The Census Bureau began sending out information

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African Americans, Women, and the Vote

Posted by - March 5, 2020

In 1957, Martin Luther King Jr. said, “So long as I do not firmly and irrevocably possess the right to vote I do not possess myself. I cannot make up my mind—it is made up for me. I cannot live as a democratic citizen, observing the laws I have helped to enact—I can only submit

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Breakerspace Workshop for All Ages

Posted by - March 2, 2020

Ever wondered what goes on inside your computer, cellphone, or household appliances to make them work? Now is your chance to find out! Come learn how these items operate by breaking them open at your Library’s Breakerspace Workshop on Tuesday, March 10 from 6-7:30 p.m. in the Jones Meeting Room. Donated technology items will be

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Building Community Through Song

Posted by - March 1, 2020

SING-ALONGS POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. Your Library is partnering with a group of local singing enthusiasts for bi-weekly Community Sing-Alongs. Beginning on Wednesday, March 4, these gatherings will meet in the Library’s Jones Meeting Room on the first and third Wednesdays of every month from 6:30-7:45 p.m. The sing-alongs are open to the public of

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