It's always wonderful when people discover a classic from years before because of a movie or tv show, or in House of Leaves by Mark Z. Danielewski a doom map.
Graduations, weddings, bridal, and baby showers; picnics; barbecues; concerts; pool time; and many other things are on our minds at this time of the year. As the days stretch along with daylight saving time, our minds start to focus on how we can mingle with family and friends. Where can you turn? Don’t forget you…
The Eisenhower Administration pioneered the cabinet-level President's Council on Youth Fitness in 1956. In 1983 the President's Council declared May to be National Fitness Month. Resources from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) about exercise, health, nutrition, sports injuries and mental health for children and youth, adults, seniors, and people with disabilities. Information includes workout routines, recreational safety, obesity, physical activity, and how to calculate body mass index.
Oral storytelling is the oldest form of instruction in African communities, providing opportunities for older generations to teach others.
May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. Come check out a book from our display at the branch entrance.
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