Summer reading is a fun, busy, crazy time at the library. Whether coming in once a week to tell a volunteer what you read, using the computer, or checking out books, the library should be a destination for your kids this summer!
Get Caught Reading Month is a great time for us to celebrate reading and readers, and today's avid readers are on the go. Whether you're a lover of fiction, nonfiction, newspapers, magazines and comic books or audio books, we've got you covered.
Quick. Describe your library in just three words. Today on the 3rd episode of People of DPPL, library staff take a shot.
In case you haven’t heard Twin Peaks, one of the most critically acclaimed and influential television shows of all time, is returning to the small screen after a twenty-five year hiatus.
Series’ creators David Lynch and Mark Frost have teamed up with Showtime to bring audiences eighteen new episodes, including a two-hour premiere, which will debut Sunday, May 21.
While producers have been tight-lipped about the new season’s storyline, it has been revealed that the series will take place after the second season’s cliffhanger finale and focus on Agent Cooper’s odyssey back to the sleepy Pacific Northwest logging town of Twin Peaks.
It has also been reported that a mix of big name actors, rock superstars, and Lynch veterans will be joining the ensemble cast to bring the beloved series back to life.
Our library's motto, "Work. Learn. Play." is abundantly present in our events and class offerings. We strive to keep these events interesting, entertaining, and useful to the community. Last week, we upgraded our online calendar to help you discover a new range of library program offerings.