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Archive for 2018
The building is still closed but the library is open.
Fluffy. Bumpy. Scaly. Smooth.
These are words used to describe textures.
Our world is filled with them.
Animals, plants, objects, surfaces, US, they can be found everywhere.
What's a texture, you ask?
Texture is how something feels when you touch it.
For instance, sand can feel wet and grainy.
But rocks feel rough and bumpy.
Today, we're going to turn different textures into a sensory art print...
This week on The Great DPPL Bake-Along:
We bake lembas bread, the famous food of the Elves from The Lord of the Rings.
According to Legolas, one bite can fill the stomach of a grown man!
We’ll share our results, our recipes, and a little bit about our chosen stories on this blog.
AND we invite YOU to bake along with us.
Share what you make by tagging us with #DPPLBakes, send us your favorite recipes, or just enjoy reading our entries.
Local Organizations that provide food distribution and economic assistance.
La siguiente lista da referencia a lugares locales y organizaciones que proveen alimentos como también asistencia económica para aquellos que la necesitan.
Even if you’re not actively searching for a job, it’s always a good idea to have your resume up to date. The library has many tools on our website that can help you with creating or updating your resume and planning your job search strategy. Even though the library is closed, all of the resources are accessible from outside of the library, 24 hours a day.