We are pleased to announce the newest additions to our collection: Children's Kits. Be sure to stop in at the library to learn what they are all about. We have Learn to Read Kits and STEM kits in addition to the existing Early Literacy Kits and Toilet Training Kits.

Join us to celebrate this special day with an astounding performance of Cielito Lindo, a modern Latino mariachi-style band, formed by the Lucero family.

Native plants have become extremely popular in local landscaping. Learn about the benefits of planting native vegetation in your yard and the hosts of pollinators that the plants attract from local ecologist and backyard beekeeper Vince Mosca.

Training will contain a mix of in-person and online content and focus on hardware, software and other technology topics. All sessions are drop-in. 

The schedule of events is as follows:

May 8 - Navigating Device Specs/What to Buy
May 15 - Google Searching like a Pro

Beyond FIction Book Club meets Monday, May 7 at 7:00p . Join us for discussion about   Killers of the Flower Moon  by David Grann

Book Buzz Book Club meets Tuesday May 8 at 7:00p. Join us at Honey Hill Coffee Company for discussion about It's Kind of a Funny Story by Ned Vizzini.

This month in our Database Spotlight is Consumer Reports. See ratings, reviews, recommendations and buying advice for cars, appliances, electronics, home and garden, baby products, and much more. Click the image at right to check it out!
Tell Your Story will meet Tuesday May 8 at 10:00a in the Lincoln Room. Whether you have a story to tell or want to learn more about those who make up our community. Stop on in!

Whether you're an expert or a beginner, you are welcome to come. For those just starting out, we will hold a 30 minute class on Thursday at 6:00p each week to teach fundamental skills.

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Definitely Not Mr. Darcy
by Karen Doornebos

Submitted by Amanda D.
Jane Austen and The Bachelor fans can rejoice, as the modern world meets Regency England! This enjoyable light read is a perfect mix of modern and regency worlds, combining reality TV with the customs of grace, elegance and etiquette. The side splitting antics, amusing characters and modern twist makes this offering a sure hit for readers.

The Indigo Girl
by Natasha Boyd

Submitted by Terri S.
Eliza Lucas Pinckney, The Indigo Girl, was truly a young woman ahead of her time, and I loved reading about her.  Her secret methods and sheer determination in growing indigo had a major effect on the economy in the Carolina territories. This is an engrossing and very satisfying read - exactly what I look for in a good historical novel. A true page-turner for fans of The Second Mrs. Hockaday, The Widow of the South , and Charles Frazier's Varina . (Adult Fiction)

Pride and Prometheus
by John Kessel

Submitted by Donna W.
A new favorite read that is a mashup of the supposed spinster sister Mary Bennett from Austin’s romantic Pride and Prejudice and the misunderstood mad scientist Victor Frankenstein from Shelly’s dark gothic Frankenstein . Kessel does an excellent job bringing these two characters together for a highly entertaining read. (Adult Fiction)

High Voltage by Karen Marie Moning

Submitted by Donna W.
This is the 10 th book in the Moning’s dark, paranormal romance series. Dani O’Malley has lost sections of her life, born with special talents to fight the evil, she had been caged as a child, used as a weapon by a guardian and exiled off world. If you are a fan of Outlander or Kenyon’s Dark-Hunter books you will like the Fever series. Moning has built a beautifully complex world of characters and fantasy realms. The first in the series is Darkfever , but for a full understanding of the story I suggest going back to her first Beyond the Highland Mist Highlander series. (Adult Fiction)