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Family Literacy Day

             Family Literacy Day, an annual celebration of reading (for over 25 years!)  is Saturday, September 21 at Washington Square Mall.  The first 100 children to attend will receive The Beag – Doing Good in the ‘Hood by southwest Indiana author Lois Loehr Rini who will read her book and be available to autograph […]

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A Path Between the Seas – The Panama Canal

In 1953, the USS New Jersey, America’s most decorated battleship navigated the Panama Canal enroute to North Korea.  The ship traveled through the Culebra Cut, the narrowest portion of the Canal.  Bill Denham, now retired US Navy was there.  On Tuesday, July 9 he will share a presentation that includes photographs he took on that […]

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Strong Financial Foundations Seminar

Financial literacy is essential to success in future endeavors.  The skills needed to make informed, effective, intelligent decisions can be problematic if you don’t or can’t plan.  Thursday, June 27 from 6-7pm in the Emerald Room OTPL/Central Library is hosting three representatives from Ameriprise Financial, First Security Bank and the law firm of Fine and […]

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Life of Pi – Coming to the Big Screen

For those of you who enjoyed the wonderful book “Life of Pi” by Yann Martel – it’s coming to the big screen November 21.  It’s an amazing book, so I hope the screen does it justice.  Maybe the argument about who exactly was on that lifeboat will be settled – or not!

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“Flash & Bones” & “Virals” Scavenger Hunts

In  support and in celebration of “One Book, One Community” we are offering our own version of a scavenger type hunt at our library [Evansville Vanderburgh Public Library & Spencer County Public Library have their own versions @http://www.evpl.org/onebook/participate/] with Kathy Reich’s books “Flash & Bones” and “Virals” as the subject. [fyi Kathy Reichs is the […]

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