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Make a Splash with Summer Reading for Kids!

What's fun, educational, and FREE?  Your library's Summer Reading program!   Registration begins at each library location June 1st.  This year's theme is: "Make A Splash @ Your Library" Learn more at http://hmcpl.org/summer Read more about Make a Splash with Summer Reading for Kids!

Make Waves at your Library with Summer Reading for TEENS

Check out our coolest Teen Summer Reading program yet! Registration begins at each library location June 1st.  Sign up and receive a cool pair of Sunglasses.  This year's theme is: "Make Waves @ Your Library" Learn more at http://hmcpl.org/yasummer Read more about Make Waves at your Library with Summer Reading for TEENS

Summer Reading is for adults now, too!

Join us for our first year of Adult Summer Reading at HMCPL. Registration begins at each library location June 1st! This year's theme is: "Water Your Mind – READ!" Learn more at http://hmcpl.org/adultsummer Read more about Summer Reading is for adults now, too!

Summer reading lists from local schools

We're collecting summer reading lists from local schools. We have several junior high and high school lists available now and hope to get more elementary school lists soon. Have a list we don't? Email lrobinson@hmcpl.org and we'll post it. Read more about Summer reading lists from local schools

LearningQUEST Rally Day at Main Library

Thursday, July 22: LearningQUEST’s Rally Day for its Summer/Fall 2010 term will be held from 9:30-11:30 AM in the Main Library auditorium.

This event is free, open to the public and refreshments will be provided

There will also be the opportunity to:

  • Join LearningQUEST or renew your membership
  • Hear about the upcoming LearningQUEST programs, and
  • Register for your choice of courses

Book Sale at Oscar Mason Branch Library

Wednesday, May 19 & Thursday, May 20: The Oscar Mason Branch Library will have a book sale from 9:00am-5:00pm.

There will be a great selection of books including authors like Zane, Sandra Brown, Eric Jerome Dickey,Carl Weber and Dr. Seuss. Adult and Children's Book are starting at 25 cents.
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Main Youth Services Story Times Suspended for May

The Main Library's Youth Services department  is suspending Story Time Programs for the month of May in preparation for the 2010 Summer Reading Program. Story Time Programs will resume on June 8th. Read more about Main Youth Services Story Times Suspended for May

Sickle Cell Awareness Program

Saturday, May 22: A Sickle Cell Awareness program will be presented by the Sickle Cell Foundation in the Main Library Auditorium from 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Learn more about coping with the Sickle Cell Anemia disease and help find a cure by registering for the Sickle Cell Disease Walk-a-Thon. The event is free to attend and refereshments will be served. Read more about Sickle Cell Awareness Program

Health Sites for Seniors

Friday, May 21: This class explores websites dedicated to senior's health, drug interaction sites and more.

The class will be held from 9:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Prerequisites: Basic PC Skills and Basic Internet. Contact the Showers Center for more information.
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A Public Square Conversation on Afghanistan

Tuesday, May 11: Enter into an interesting conversation about the new American strategy in Afghanistan, with additional troops and new timelines. Includes interactive discussion.

Facilitator: Paul Hays

This LearningQUEST event is open to the public. Read more about A Public Square Conversation on Afghanistan

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