Summer Reading Program Starts Soon!

Guess what time it is!  It's time for the Summer Reading Program!  Sign-ups start Friday, June 4th for Children, Teens, and Adults.  Stop by and sign-up and start reading!  We hope to double our Adult readers this summer, so Adults, don't forget we have a program for you too.

The Immortal Dracula

DraculaThe fictional character Count Dracula was first introduced this month one hundred and thirteen years ago on May 1897. Dracula was written by Irish author Bram Stocker.

The ARD Process Admission, Review, and Dismissal

Do ARD meetings make you nervous? Do you need help understanding your child's rights? This program will help you with all your questions. A community volunteer will be at our branch to help parents learn about the ARD process.  We understand that it could be a frightening experience but it does not have to be as such.  Participants in this session will learn how to work with the school teachers and diagnosticians.  The best part is learning how to take care of our best academic assets - our kids. This session will take place on Thurday, May 20, 2010 at 10:30 AM.

Teen Laptop Class

We're having Teen Laptop Class today at 4:30 PM.  Today's topic is Images.  Have you ever had problems finding images for projects or documents?  We have some websites that can help.  So, come to class today and learn about Images and where you can find them for free on the Internet!

Do You Know Your World History?

On May 7, 1945 the ruling German leader Karl Dönitz sent German General Alfred Jodl to Reims, France to negotiate world war 2and sign the unconditional surrender of Germany. This would effectively end the Atlantic theatre of World War II the following day. Before committing suicide alongside his wife Eva Braun in Berlin, Adolf Hitler left a will in which he appointed Dönitz as the President of Germany. Hitler also appointed Joseph Goebbles as Chancellor of Germany but he committed suicide shortly after Hitler did. Toward the end of the war, it became common for high ranking Nazi officials to commit suicide in order to avoid capture and public execution. On the Allied side of the negotiations was Supreme Allied Commander Dwight D. Eisenhower.