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As we look forward to a new year, it is clear that 2020 is one we are unlikely to forget any time soon.  It was a year filled with challenges that will shape our community for years to come.


In order to capture this moment in history, we are creating a time capsule so that the next generation will have a document of this pivotal time.


All ages are welcome to contribute. Materials for inclusion should be delivered to the library (sealed in a Ziplock bag) no later than Dec. 23rd. Please make sure your name is visible somewhere on the bag.


* Covid Time Capsule worksheet



* Photographs

* Letters, emails, postcards

* Newspaper/ Magazine articles

* Drawings, paintings, or writings

* Anything else you think is significant

Let us know and we'll print it for you!

Join our Online EVENT on Tues., Dec. 29th @ 6pm to talk about the items you chose and hear about items other people included.  (Event Link)

Female Serial Killers Discussion Group

Tues, June 22nd @ 7:00pm

Discussion Group

Event Link:

All month long, we've provided access to historian Michael Keene's original documentary, "Questions of Sanity: “True Story of Female Serial Killers in 19th Century NY”, told with archival photographs, original music, and narration. (Watch the film here for free). Join us for this discussion of topics the film raised and discover resources for further exploration on the subject.

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