If you missed us at the expo, click one of the images above to learn about our new Tech2Go Offerings.

Google Home- Google Home is a powerful speaker and voice Assistant. Play your music. Call your friends. Ask it questions. Control your home. It's your own Google, always ready to help.

Bluetooth Speakers- Take home one of our JBL Bluetooth to enjoy your audiobooks, tunes, podcasts and more on-the go! Both speakers are waterproof and rugged to handle you outdoor adventures.

Portable Media Converter- Easily convert your home videos from your VCR or camcorder into a format ready to burn to a DVD or store digitally.
Last year we gave away over 500 dresses for FREE! Please donate fashion-forward and in good condition dresses for our 2018 PROM DRESS SHOPPE taking place on Saturday, March 24 at 10 a.m.
Don't forget your invite for the Slime Soiree taking place
this Friday, March 2nd at 5:00p
See you Saturday for Kids Create Studio! Register by clicking the image above.
Let's discuss some free apps and software available to you to make your workflow easier and get projects done more quickly and efficiently.  
Register now by clicking the image above.
Beyond Fiction Book Club meets Monday March 5th at 7:00p. See you there!
The Music Shop by Rachel Joyce

I loved this book. It made me laugh frequently and once it made me cry. It took me back to myself in the late 80s, hanging out in record stores, stubbornly refusing to buy CDs. (There are still things I won’t buy on CD.) The characters felt like old friends. Just loved it! (Adult Fiction)

Happiness is a Choice You Make by John Leland

Author John Leland takes readers on a journey to meet some of the “oldest old,” that is individuals who are 85 years of age and up. He gets to know these amazing men and women and discovers that in this stage of life, there is simplicity. Simplicity in letting the small stuff roll off of your shoulders, enjoying ordinary days, and making peace with the inevitability of death. Each elder brings their unique experiences and memories to the table. It was humbling and eye opening to read, and it put the peaks and valleys of life into perspective. (Adult Non-Fiction)

Still Me by Jojo Moyes

Everyone Loves a comeback! Louisa Clark was able to not let the terrible things that happened in her life define her. William Traynor challenged her to live life every day to the fullest, and she succeeds. The message? Do something you love, even if it is not what other people expect. Anticipate tears and belly laughs in this engaging sequel! (Adult Fiction)

White Like Her by Gail Lukasik

This is the tale of how a secret divided a family, and how revealing that secret brought them back together. In the process of telling her story, the author illustrates the degree to which race is part of our identity as individuals and of how we understand our place in the nation’s history, as well as the difficulty we still have in discussing it. (Adult Non-Fiction)