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Polish Military History

Where: West Meeting Room
When: Monday, March 2nd, 7:00 PM – 8:15 PM

Historian Michael Stachnik presents stories of the illustrious history of Poland’s military. From medieval armored knights to Poland’s fight for independence and freedom, Poland has had a long, valiant military history.

Curiosity Club

Spring programs are starting! Join us for Curiosity Club for kids in grades K-2 on Wednesday, March 4 at 4:00-4:45 p.m. Registration is required.

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Good Reads for Adults

Uncle Janice by Matt Burgess

Uncle Janice by Matt Burgess

Recommended by Jeff in Tech Services Janice Itwaru is an undercover narc, known as an uncle, in Queens who has a month and 4 drug buys to go before being promoted to detective otherwise she’ll be demoted and put back on patrol. She also needs to take care of her mother who suffers from dementia, […]

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Good Reads for Teens

The Haven by Carol Lynch Williams

The Haven by Carol Lynch Williams

Established in the year 2020, The Haven is home to teens who are classed as Terminals, whose education, food, rest, and behavior are strictly monitored to save them from Disease, but Shiloh and Gabriel remember a different kind of life, and are on the verge of rebellion.

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Good Reads for Kids

Absolutely Almost by Lisa Graff

Absolutely Almost by Lisa Graff

Albie has always been an almost. He’s almost good at tetherball. He’s almost smart enough to pass his spelling test. He almost makes his parents proud. And now that Albie is starting a brand new school for fifth grade, he’s never felt more certain that almost simply isn’t good enough.

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