Important Library & Community Resources
The library will be closed for Books-to-Go service on Friday, July 3rd, to celebrate Independence Day. Books to-Go will resume on Monday, July 6th .

Have a safe and happy holiday!
"Imagine Your Story" Summer Reading Program!

Would you like to hear a good story? Find a good book and enjoy! Sign up on Beanstack to try out the fun, creative, and outdoor activities in our area. Log your book titles to earn virtual badges that give you a chance to win the Grand Prize, $529 in a Maryland 529 College Savings Plan, plus other fun prizes!

Enjoy virtual summer reading programs throughout the summer on the library's Facebook page . For more information, visit TCFL.or g, or download the flyer in English or in Spanish.
Why Should Kids Have All the Fun?

Adults can also participate in our Summer Reading Program! Sign up on Beanstack , log your books, and enter to win a $50 gift card from Target! Ends August 31.
Chautauqua 2020: Raising Their Voices

Chautauqua (pronounced  Shuh-TAW-Kwa) is a history performance series hosted by Maryland Humanities. The theme this year is Suffrage, and the events focus on four women: Margaret Brent, Alice Paul, Mary Church Terrell, and Fanny Lou Hamer. 
This summer, the Chautauqua stage goes virtual as Maryland Humanities raises the voices of four notable women who took action to secure their right to vote. We highlight the unique story of each of these historic figures as they fought for their rights. This year’s series starts in the 1600s and continues through the modern era.
In July, there will be four performances with a live Q&A, which will give attendees the chance to engage with the performers and ask questions about each of these remarkable women. 
MARGARET BRENT performed by Mary Ann Jung
July 6– 12: Video of performance posted  online
July 8 : Live viewing and Q&A -  register
ALICE PAUL performed by Joanna Guy & Elizabeth Cannon
July 13– 19: Video of performance posted  online
July 15 : Live viewing and Q&A -  register
MARY CHURCH TERRELL performed by Sherrie Tolliver
July 20– 26: Video of performance posted  online
July 22 : Live viewing and Q&A -  register
FANNIE LOU HAMER performed by Arthuretta Holmes Martin
July 27–August 1 : Video of performance posted  online
July 29 : Live viewing and Q&A -  register
 A video of each performance will be posted for 1 week and can be viewed on our website and the Maryland Humanities  Facebook page  and  Youtube channel . Tune in on Wednesdays at 1 p.m. for a viewing of the performance followed by a live Q&A with the performers starting at 2 p.m. Sign up to participate in the Q&A and you’ll be entered in a drawing to win fun prizes.
Although Brookletts Place Talbot County Senior Center is closed for the Independence Day holiday on Friday, July 3, they will host a Pop Up Pantry at Brookletts from 10 a.m. - noon. This pantry is for those 60 years of age or older, but no one will be turned away if food is still available.
Asking for Help is a Courageous Step
For All Seasons is There for You

If you or someone you know needs mental health services, reach out for support!
For All Seasons Behavioral Health and Rape Crisis Center is open for in-person and telehealth appointments in all Mid-Shore county office locations. New patients are welcome, and services are provided in English and Spanish. Crisis, short-term, and long-term therapy appointments are available. For All Seasons works with all clients regardless of the ability to pay and accepts all insurances.
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