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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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Meth in Southern Indiana Lunch & Learn

It’s not too late to sign up for this Lunch & Learn. Methamphetamine use and production are issues that affect the safety and welfare of everyone in the community.  State Representative Ron Bacon will discuss the history of methamphetamine, its effect on our community, and what is being done to combat this growing problem. Join […]

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Big Thank You to our Sponsors of Summer Reading Program

  Just want to say we have a huge thank you to our Friends group for sponsoring the Central & Newburgh Adult Summer Reading Programs.  We appreciate your financial sponsorship and support so much!  Our patrons love this too!  Right now our numbers are well above last year and still climbing. Other sponsors (in alphabetical […]

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Fingerplays and Rhymes

The OTPLS Children’s Department programmers at Central have put together some cute, short Favorite Fingerplays and Rhymes on our OTPLS YouTube link.  Check them out…more will follow soon.  There is also a brochure available in the children’s department with the different fingerplays and rhymes.  Spend the summer learning them with your kids or grandkids! Click […]

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We, the Members of the Dead People Society (Leslie & Candy)

Just checking in to let you know what we have found in our genealogy research adventures…Sometimes, it amazes even us as to how far we have come.  So, maybe we can give you some new pointers and information that could be useful in your own searches.

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