The Library will be closed Monday, January 20, for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
Soon after she turns 25, Libby Jones gets a letter telling her who her parents were and also that she inherited an old mansion in London worth millions. It might not be the windfall she thinks though, as police are investigating a bizarre murder case at the house where the only person left alive was a 10-month-old baby in an upstairs bedroom.
"Mommy Bear shows Baby Bear how love is all around them no matter where they go and what they do! Join Mommy Bear and Baby Bear as they discover that love is all around them."
Beat the winter blahs by joining the Winter Reading Program, January 6 - February 29. Winter Reading is a laid-back version of the Summer Reading Program. Children (newborn to 6th grade) simply read, write, play … and mark their bingo cards. Teens (6th-12th grade) and Adults read or listen, track pages, and earn prizes. Children should register and pick up prizes at the Children's Desk. Adults and Teens can register and report their reading online or at the Adult Reference Desk.
Tax Forms Update
The IRS states that they expect to start shipping forms by January 21. It could take 3 weeks before all the orders are sent. Like last year, the Library should be receiving the 1040 form booklet and instructions.
January 2020 Newsletter
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