Spring came early this year, and with it, the itch to get gardening! Yes, it’s earlier than usual to think of planting outdoors in our area. Nights are still cold, but many days are fairly warm. Garden clean-up can certainly begin, and compost spread around the base of perennials and in the... Read more
Hello from Miss Kate! I miss my little friends and wanted to share one of my favorite stories with you. i hope you are doing well!
We in The Children's Room are missing our little friends so much! We wish we could see you but since we can't here are some online story times, authors sharing their books, and websites for some family fun! And if you need some suggestions of books to read email... Read more
With concerns about COVID-19, unpredictable weather, and the notion that being home with a good book is really nice, there are plenty of reasons why accessing library materials from home is a great idea! If you can't get the library for whatever reason, don't worry. MHL has a number of resources... Read more
In addition to Memorial Hall Library's new subscription access to Mango Languages , watching a foreign film is a great way to master a new language. Watching foreign feature films gives viewers a chance to listen to and... Read more
Peter Sheridan is sharing some videos with us because he misses seeing all the children! We hope this adds some sunshine to your day!
As many of us are working from home or learning from home or just practicing social distancing, some might get worried about cabin fever. Never fear - Creativebug is here! This service has online classes for all kinds of arts and crafts, from baking to knitting to crochet to sewing to... Read more
If you want to work on your Irish genealogy, you have to understand how the Irish people made their way around the world. Saint Patrick's Day has become a global holiday due mostly to the centuries long disapora of the Irish people. Irish emigration is an essential element in many family history... Read more