What Does April Snow Bring?

Yes, it’s been a wacky month and we’re barely into it. Who knew we’d have snow? And when Farmer’s Almanac predicted the last winter frost to be April 15th, I pooh-pooh-ed the suggestion. But meteorologists City wide are telling me personally that yes! Indeed! On the evening of the 14th, when the 15th is creeping […]

March has Arrived!

Hello, fellow readers! This is such a big month for Piedmontians! Time for all the DUCK week activities as well as gearing up to wind down with fun, relaxing Spring Break plans. Don’t forget to stop by the library for your vacation reads. It’s the perfect time for beach reads, fluffy stories, easy-going tales that […]

February is Here!

Who needs a ground hog around here? Thanks to the lack of bad weather, everything on the prairie can see its shadow right now. Lots of sunshine, temperate days, and no snow anywhere. Kind of looks like spring has already sprung. But keep a coat handy — maybe an umbrella, too, if you’re an optimist […]

January in the Stacks

It’s January and it’s too cold! But it’s warm inside the library, so leave your warm house, get out into the frigid temperatures, and get warm again here! We have a lot planned for the spring, some of which it listed here, in our monthly newsletter. Come over for a warm cup of coffee and a […]

December at the Library

The end of the year is upon us! For a little light reading about our December events, click on our newsletter. Don’t forget to stock up on your reading materials before the library closes on December 23rd. We won’t open our doors again until January 2nd, so you’ll need to have lots of good stuff on […]

“October” Translates to “Hula Hoop”

We have a couple of spots left for our Ladies’ Night event on October 26th. We present Kelsey Hoops, fitness instructor, specializing in Hula Hoop exercise. She will share her personal health story as well as show participants proper form, carriage, and usage of hula hoops. (And yes, you can, too, do this!! We’re all […]