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Happy August!

Our Summer Reading Program was a great success! Now is the time the library slows down so we may recover and prepare for our fall events. We will not have Storytime or Mother Goose on the Loose during the month of August. However, we look forward to resuming in September. In the meantime, stop in…

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Summer Reading is HERE!!

Hi, all! It’s SUMMER time, and that means FREEDOM, for READING and PLAYING and LIBRARY-ING for two whole months! The fabulous Hooplahoma will start things off right, by spinning their way into your hearts, taking you on a turn for FUN, and juggling, too, because…juggling! They will start hooping it up at 10am and keep…

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Financial Fitness Begins Soon

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The Library is offering a free 6-part class about Financial Fitness — strategies for saving money, for retirement strategies, for budget making and more. Call today — 373-9018 — to register, as seating is limited! All ages are welcome; it’s never too early or too late to learn about money. Plus, dinner is served! Class…

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November is Here

NewsletterNovember2018 I’m a little behind, telling you that November is here. You may have already noticed. But you don’t yet know what fabulous things lie in store for you at your local Piedmont Public Library, and that’s why I’m here right now: to tell you. I even made a newsletter as a visual aid. Click…

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Summer Reading 2018 starts June 5

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School’s out and the Library is IN! First: don’t forget to come in for your summer reading log. For every day that you read 20 minutes, you earn a sticker. In a week you will have collected 7 stickers for redemption toward a prize from our awesome summer reading prize store. You could earn up…

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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…

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