Simplicity in the Home

This is the time of year when we make resolutions to get our houses in order. The library has materials to helpPicture of Cover of Unclutter Your Life in One Week by Eric Rooney Doland with organization of the home. Here are a few: Unclutter your life in one week by Eric Rooney Doland; When organizing isn’t enough: SHED your stuff, change your life by Julie Morgenstern; Lighten up: love what you have, have what you need, be happier with less by Peter Walsh; What’s a disorganized person to do? by Stacey Platt; Unstuff your life!: kick the clutter habit and completely organize your life for good by Andrew J. Mellen; and Throw out fifty things: clear the clutter, find your life by Gail Blanke.


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With the start of a new year, now is the perfect time to bring your 3-6 year olds to our Tuesday morning Preschool Storytime. Mr. D. and Ms. Mandy present age appropriate stories, skits, fingerplays, and occasional crafts. The fun all begins Tuesday mornings at 10:15 am. Come check it out.

Tiny Changes

Black & White Photo of StockyardA coworker suggested the DVD Food, Inc. and I watched it over the holidays. I will be making some small changes. A vegetable garden planted. Becoming more knowledgeable about which companies are treating animals and employees humanely.


Do you like to curl up and watch a good movie on these cold winter nights? Do you need some suggestions on what to watch? Click on the Movie tab of our web page  and you will find lots of lists. Some of the lists are the American Film Institute's 100 Greatest Movies, the Top 100 Spiritually Significant Movies, the 50 Best Guy Movies of all Time, or Texas in the Movies. Check them out and you are sure to find a movie that fits the bill.


Hey tweens and teens, join us for a special Christmas craft time Wednesday, December 15 at 4:00pm. You will get to decorate a jar with decoupage and tissue paper to create a candle holder, vase or a gift. All materials provided. Ages 10 and up. See you there.