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Craft for a Cause

Share your creative talents by making a craft to help someone in need. Find a new project featured on our website every month!

New Music Friday

Discover the latest albums available for instant download with your library card. New selections added each week on Hoopla.

Travel Writing

In this online course, you'll learn how to develop the skills of a travel writer and sell articles and books in today's competitive market.

Take a Trip to Asia and Oceana

Explore different cultures from the comfort of your home with these books for kids.

Make It at Spark Place: Video Recording & Editing

Produce high-quality digital video with our studio equipment.

The Notebook, Week 3

Allie and Noah share a lovely afternoon with swans—but her mother and her fiancé are on the way.

I Think You're Wrong (But I'm Listening)

Today's politics seem driven by conflict and anger. Working moms from opposite ends of the political spectrum contend there's a better way.

Heart-Healthy Recipes

Eating well is an important step in preventing heart disease. The recipes in these cookbooks are a great place to start!

Fantasy Romance

These books combine the fantasy and romance genres, resulting in fantastic tales of love.

Staff Favorites for February 2020

The weather this winter may be fickle, but you can depend on the library's staff to rustle up some picks just for you!

Download Comics for Black History Month

Find fiction and nonfiction digital graphic novels you can read on your computer, tablet, or phone.

Romance on RBdigital eAudiobooks

Listen to love stories you can download any time, with no waiting lists.

Letter from the Executive Director: Highlights of 2019

As the world changes, so must public libraries. I’d like to look back at some of our biggest moments of the last year.

African American Heritage

Explore resources, records, and tools designed for the unique challenges of African American family history research.

Public Health Book Pick: Teeth

We’re celebrating 100 years of public health in Greene County with books that highlight health issues of the past, present, and future.

Browse staff picks, new titles, and more

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