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Looking for something fun to do with your significant other, your best friend, or even just want a nice night out on your own?
Stop into the library, February 12th for Date Night!
Starting at 5:30 PM, we'll have a Chocolate Tasting including some traditional favorites as well as the unusual. Then, at 6:00 we'll be showing a chocolate-lover's delight film, staring Johnny Depp, Juliette Binoche, and Judi Dench.
We're thrilled to have our first Author Talk for 2015 on the books! Mark your calendars for February 19th at 6 PM, when we'll have Jen Larsen, author of Stranger Here with us at AMPL.
Jen Larsen is a writer and editor living in Madison, WI. She was born in the Bronx, has lived in all the boroughs of New York City, and moved to San Francisco for grad school. Four years ago she ended up in Ogden. It’s a long...
If you haven't stopped into the library lately, you haven't taken notice of our current display items: Classic Novels! If you have stopped in, you might have noticed there is an extreme lack of Fairy Tales in the mix.
We all know our fairy tales; they're some of the first stories we ever hear as children, and they've been passed along from generation to generation. There has been a surge recently in publishing for re-tellings and re-workings of not only classic novels (as the pillar display shows), but also of those favorite Fairy Tales.
Personally, I'm a huge fan of...
2014 is now behind us, and that means it's a brand new year to start up some fresh programs or take a look at what we've been offering for awhile that you may not have noticed before!
Set up already for this month are two special story times with Cassie. Enjoy a Bedtime tale in your jammies at the library on January 13th, then on January 23rd while the kids are off from school for a Teacher Work Day, the family is invited into the library for fun times with Elephant and Piggie!
This month we are all about the classics here at the library, Samma has gathered a few of her favorites for display as well as a few of those titles that have been revisited by authors throughout the years. While there has been some talk between staff on what makes a book a classic, whether it needs to acknowledge the age of the volume or not, I tend to lean towards titles where the quality of its content describes it as a classic. Not simply that it has lasted 10, 50, or more years, although titles that have done this may tend to be labeled a classic simply for speaking to the...