Parenting a child is incredibly rewarding, yet can also be frustrating at times. Children have physical and emotional needs and a parent is on 24/7. Children need nourishment, love, understanding, structure, discipline, and the list goes on. We open our Continue reading Resources for Parents – New Non-fiction at the Central Library
If you enjoy good ol’ classic rock music, then you need to check out the Audio-Video department at CCLD-Central library. We are compiling a fantastic selection of classic rock music for both old and young fans of a great era Continue reading ARE YOU A ROCK-N-ROLLER?
I ate my first Kumquat the other day. At least, as far as I can remember, I had never eaten a kumquat before. I did not know that it is necessary to roll the kumquat gently in my hands for Continue reading Out of School Learning Experience
About a year ago my daughters and I were in the process of planning for their first trip to Europe. Seeing that all three of us were recent college graduates we balked at the thought of signing up for a Continue reading Did you know that your public library is a vacation planner’s paradise?
The Genealogy Department is proud and happy to announce that our staff and volunteers have completed a spreadsheet containing the names from St. Peter and Paul’s Cemetery Records from their Ledger Book encompassing the years 1890 -1947. We now have Continue reading St. Peter and Paul’s Cemetery Records
There is definitely a science to cooking, measuring ingredients, heating at the perfect temperature, blending ingredients to make sauces, and the timing involved in preparing a recipe. But cooking is a lot more than just a science. Cooking is an Continue reading New cookbooks at the Central Library