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Affordable Connectivity Program: ACP Wind-Down

The Affordable Connectivity Program is winding down: Here’s what you need to know

By Supervising Librarian of Creative Technology John Gargiulo A federally funded benefit program, the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) has offered a monthly benefit to eligible ...
/ Digital Learning, Tech Tips
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2023: A year in review

2023 Strategic PrioritiesImpact Report (pdf) » 2023 Equity & Anti-RacismImpact Report (pdf) » Our library strives to be a library for everyone, one that prioritizes: ...
/ Announcements, Featured Home, Impact
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Let’s explore the Library of Things

By Health & Senior Services Librarian Rose Barnes February has historically been one of my least favorite months. It’s cold, dark, and often wet, but ...
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Ways to watch Oscar-nominated films

The countdown to the big night has begun! The 96th Academy Awards airs on Sunday, March 10, and your library has a few ways to ...
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Be kind to yourself: Videos & resources for grownups & early learners

By Shelley Harris, Children's Librarian We often come back to the topic of emotions and social-emotional learning with our kids. Sometimes it may feel like ...

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