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Hands-on Learning at Home

If you’ve been in the Children’s Room recently, you will have noticed the addition of two wire shelving units with a sign announcing “STEM FAIR: OPENING DAY STEM KIT COLLECTION – Saturday, February 23.” This is an important day of

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Books at the Oscars

The 2019 Oscar nominees were announced last week and the list is, once again, a tribute to the written word as well as the visual, creative and technical artistry of the American film industry. Some of the year’s best films

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Genetic Genealogy

Most of us are curious about our ancestors. Knowing our family history is about satisfying the basic human need to understand ourselves. It’s about finding answers to the questions that confound us throughout life: Where do I come from? Why

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Smartphone Photography

Raise your hand if you remember the Brownie box camera! For those of you who don’t remember, the Brownie was a long-running popular series of simple and inexpensive cameras made by Eastman Kodak. It is considered by many experts to

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Using the Library from Home

Amid the whirl of the holidays, you may have missed another celebrated event of the season – the winter solstice. The winter solstice, the day of the longest night and the shortest amount of daylight, occurred on December 21st this

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Library Service in Raynham

The Town of Raynham is currently conducting a survey to determine present and future needs of the Town in order to plan how to meet those needs in a way that best serves the community. Thinking about the future is

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Best Books to Movies 2018

With the cold dark nights of winter upon us, nothing sounds as inviting as getting cozy on the couch and curling up with a good book. If you’re not in the reading mood, there are always great films to watch.

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