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Mindfulness

Today's eBlast is all about Mindfulness, with links to various sites of information.  Check it out here!

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National Library Week - Find the Library at Your Place

The original theme for National Library Week, “Find your place at the library,” was chosen months ago before the emergence of a global pandemic would force libraries to temporarily close their buildings. Since most people aren’t able to visit their libraries in person right now, the American Library Association (ALA) decided to flip the theme to “Find the library at your place” to highlight how...

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Victory Gardens

Are you planning on growing a garden this year?  Check out today's eBlast on Victory Gardens!

 

 

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Thank you Volunteers

     Martin Luther King Jr. once said “Everybody can be great. Because anybody can serve. You don’t have to have a college degree to serve. You don’t have to make your subject and your verb agree to serve. You don’t have to know the second theory of thermodynamics in physics to serve. You only need a heart full of grace. A soul generated by love.”
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What Should I Read Next?

Need some help finding your next favorite read? Love an author and wish to read books like that author's books? Let the staff at the Adams County Library System help you! Fill out the form below, and have a response of suggested reads sent to your email within ten (10) business days. 

Be as specific as possible with your interests. The more information you can provide,...

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Fiber Crafts

Check out the eBlast for Friday, April 3rd.  It's all about Fiber Crafts!

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Drop Everything and Read

     Sunday, April 12th is National D.E.A.R. day.  D.E.A.R. stands for Drop Everything and Read.  This event was created as a special celebration to remind and encourage families to make reading together on a daily basis a priority activity in their lives.   D.E.A.R. programs are held nationwide on April 12th in honor of the birthday of one of America’s most popula...

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Online Storytime: Week of March 30

While the library system is closed, we want to continue to offer you ideas of things that you can do with your children.

Parents and caregivers are a child's first and best teachers.  Here are some ideas and activities to try this week with your child.  These five practices are designed to help your child develop literacy skills, engage your child and enhance the bonds betwe...

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Music Moments

Check out our latest eblast with a variety of links to music resources across the web!

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Online Resources

     During this uncertain time, while the library system is closed and we’re practicing the art of social distancing, the library system will continue to fulfill our mission of opening gateways for exploration.  We have a variety of resources available through our website that are educational (Kids InfoBits, Mango Languages) and fun (Freegal, cloudLibrary).   Ther...

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Online Storytime: Week of March 23

While the library system is closed, we want to continue to offer you ideas of things that you can do with your children.

Parents and caregivers are a child’s first and best teachers. Here are some ideas and activities to try this week with your child. These five practices are designed to help your child develop literacy skills, engage your child, and enhance the bonds between you. Sto...

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Armchair Travel

Travel the world without leaving your home!

Click here to view our list of museums, zoos/aquariums and virtual field trips that you can enjoy from the comfort of your home.

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