How Do You Value Your Library?

January 15, 2009 by
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Visit for Breaking News, World News, and News about the Economy Today’s front page article in The Wall Street Journal, “Folks Are Flocking to the Library, A Cozy Place to Look for a Job,” is just one of many news articles reporting an up-tick in library usage during this deep economic downturn. The MSNBC video above further elaborates on the increasing number of people returning to their local libraries for services which will aid them in finding a job. … Continue reading

Spare the Burn

August 5, 2008 by
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The EPA’s Web site offers a daily UV Index chart for the United States compiled from National Weather Service data. Here are today’s pretty colors! Take this link to learn about the index and to get the UV forecast for the following three days as well. As you head to the beach, pool or lake, enjoy the sun’s rays, but take appropriate precautions. Also, don’t forget to take your summer reading with you, so read on to the next … Continue reading

National Poetry Month

April 24, 2008 by
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April is National Poetry Month, and Bernardsville Public Library has been busy celebrating the art of verse all month. A number of New Jersey and local poets (including Sondra Gash, Susan Jackson and Dorothy Ryan) have given readings in the Community Room. In addition, a charming selection from the library’s poetry collection has been included in our book display, entitled “Poetreats”, which can be found in the nonfiction wing atop the Oversize Book area.Look there for an interesting array of … Continue reading

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