By Joyce Waybright Special to GUIDONJoin the Bruce C. Clarke Library from April 7 to 13 in celebrating National Library Week.First sponsored in 1958, National Library Week is a national observance sponsored by the American Library Association each April.Libraries all across the country will be celebrating and reflecting on this year’s theme, “Libraries = Strong Communities.” … [Read more...] about In the works: libraries create strong communities
By Joyce Waybright Special to GUIDONThe Bruce C. Clarke Library will celebrate Black History Month in February with a variety of displays of books and media items.Also available for students and researchers are a large number of online databases and digital resources free to our users provided by the Clarke Library and Department of Defense.Remember or discover something new about … [Read more...] about Library celebrates Black History , Love Your Library Month, additional resources available
Photos and interviews by Sam Campbell“‘Red Seas over Red Skies’ has got fun characters and originally I started reading it because the author wrote a very strongly-worded letter to a fan who did not like the fact that it was unrealistic. He wasn’t happy with how the author told the story. ‘The Clocktaur War’ duology by T. Kingfisher is a good fantasy set of books. There’s no filler to it. It’s … [Read more...] about Viewpoint: What is your favorite book?
The Bruce C. Clarke Library will celebrate Martin Luther King Day in January and Black History Month in February with a variety of educational resources like books and media items.This year, the date of Martin Luther King Day is Monday, January 21, 2019.The holiday celebrates the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (January 15, 1929 – 4 April 4, 1968) who dedicated his life to the … [Read more...] about Bruce C. Clarke Library celebrates MLK Day, Black History Month with variety of educational resources
November is Native American Heritage Month. In 1990, the month of November was chosen because it is traditionally a time when many Native Americans gather for fall harvest festivals, world-renewal ceremonies, and powwows.The purpose of the celebration is to recognize the important role that Native Americans have played in our history. It is also a time to acknowledge the injustices and an … [Read more...] about In the Works: celebrating Native American Heritage Month
The Bruce C. Clarke Library “Reading Takes You Everywhere!” Summer Reading Program will end July 16. Readers have until Aug. 1 to pick up their reading incentives (while supplies last).Readers can still signup at https://brucecclarke.beanstack.org/reader365 to log minutes that have been read or listened to.The various program levels are pre-readers, children, teens and adults. It’s … [Read more...] about Summer reading to close, but activities abound