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Marching Into Women's HERstory

March is Women's History Month. The library is celebrating and highlighting great women of history.

Coded with Love

Girls everywhere are sharing messages of love. Code a heart and bring the world a little closer together.

Library Usage Fall 2015

The Hour of Code is Here!

The Hour of Code is a global movement reaching tens of millions of students in 180+ countries. No experience needed. Ages 4 to 104 can participate. There are over 191,025 Hour of Code events around the world. Learn to code with Minecraft, Star Wars, or another fun, one-hour tutorial. There are 50 options for every age, experience-level, and device. Choose your Hour of Code activity here. Once you finish your Hour of Code you will receive a certificate! Share your game or creation in the Google Form below.

An Hour of Coding

Share Your Game Here

May is Asian American History Month

May is a celebration of Asians and Pacific Islanders in the United States.  The month of May was chosen to commemorate the immigration of the first Japanese to the United States on May 7, 1843, and to mark the anniversary of the completion of the transcontinental railroad on May 10, 1869.  The majority of the workers who laid the tracks were Chinese immigrants.

Book Display

April is National Poetry Month

March Newsletter

Feeling Lucky at Your Library?

Our Books Are Good As Gold
Are you feeling lucky?  Try your luck with our fortune teller and let it decide the next book you read!  March is also Women's History Month and the library is featuring books of the month, trivia, and biographies of women.  Come down and check out our new window displays and check out a great book!

February Newsletter

Love Your Library

February is a month of celebrations!
Don't have a date for Valentines Day?  No problem.  Go on a blind date with a book.  Come down to the library and select a book (they are covered) and take a chance on falling in love.  You never know how it will end.  The library is also celebrating African American History month.  We are featuring African Americans who have made a significant contribution to our country.  Pick one of our featured books.  And lastly, did you know the Lunar New Year is on February 19th?  It's the Year of the Goat/Sheep!  Learn a little about Chinese mythology, cooking, and stories.  So whether you are in the mood for love, history, or culture; your library has you covered.  Come down and check out our displays or books!

Best Books of 2014

Find out what were the best books in the past year and check them out here at your EC Library.

It's Snow Secret that Reading is Cool!

Unwrap a Book
A book is a gift you can open again and again so come down to the library and pick up one of our featured books celebrating the holidays.  Learn to create holiday crafts or read a story celebrating Hanukkah or Christmas.  Get wrapped up in a good book.

November is American Indian & Alaska Native Heritage Month

It is a time to celebrate the Native American history and culture in the United States. It is month to recognize the significant contributions the first Americans made to the establishment and growth of the U.S.

Pick up one of our books of the month and check it out!

Witch Book Will You Read?

Make like the undead and be well read.  The library dares you to read one of our scary, spooky, and mysterious books to get you in the mood for Halloween.  We have mummy books to choose from.  There are also new eBooks you can download and keep for free! Carve out some time to read and check out our Spooktacular BOOks!

Banned Book Week

Banned Book Week is an annual event celebrating the freedom to read.  It highlights the value of free and open access to information.  This freedom, not only to choose what we read, but also to select from a full array of possibilities, is firmly rooted in the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which guarantees freedom of speech and freedom of the press. By focusing on efforts across the country to remove or restrict access to books, Banned Book Week draws attention to the harms of censorship.  Check out some of the most challenged and banned books at the library.

Banned Books

September is Library Card Sign-Up Month
It’s free, gets you access to thousands of books and even free homework help! And if you don’t have one yet, now is the time to sign up for it! Apply for your library card online or visit your local library branch. All you need is a valid photo ID and proof of your current address. Kids under 18 must have a parent present with them to get their library card. 

Welcome Back!
This month the library is celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15-October 15!

On September 17, 1968, the U.S. Congress established the week including September 15 and 16 as National Hispanic Heritage Week. These dates correspond to the independence days of several Latin American countries. September 15 marks the anniversary of independence for Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua. Mexico’s independence is September 16, Chile’s is September 18, and October 12 is celebrated as Dia de la Raza.

It is a time to honor the rich diversity of the Hispanic American community. The library is celebrating the history, culture, and traditions of people who have made, and continue to make, remarkable contributions to society. Come down and check out our fun facts, famous persons, bookmarks, and library books celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month.

Hispanic Heritage Month Books