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Film Club: Wondrous Boccaccio (Italy)

May 23, 2016|0 Comments

The Wondrous Boccaccio is an adaptation of Giovanni Boccaccio’s classic novel, The Decameron. The film features five tales that appear in the master’s original work and is this month’s Film Club selection, slated for viewing at 6:30 pm on May 25th in the library’s 2nd floor community room.

Does Privacy Matter?

May 13, 2016|0 Comments

With the blistering pace of innovation in our personal technology, coupled with social media and the ability to track anything, almost anywhere, what does privacy [...]

This Just In! New Discovery Kits

May 11, 2016|0 Comments

Exciting news from the library! We have added new Discovery Kits to our collection, just in time to plan some fun (yet educational) summer activities. These [...]

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The Quiet Power of Introverts

May 9, 2016|0 Comments

I am a classic introvert. I prefer listening to speaking, think my decisions through carefully, and prefer seeing my friends individually or in small groups to [...]

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Purr-ban Life: Felines of New York

May 2, 2016|0 Comments

"A lot of people think we hate Mondays, but that's a dangerous stereotype reinforced by the media. We actually have no idea what day it [...]

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Print from Anywhere is available now

May 2, 2016|0 Comments

WCCLS and the Cedar Mill Libraries have a new service called Print from Anywhere.  Anyone can print a document from their device (computer, smartphone, etc.) [...]

Fun Board Games that Teach STEM Skills too

April 27, 2016|Comments Off on Fun Board Games that Teach STEM Skills too

Just because you are playing doesn't mean you aren't learning, too! Board games provide great opportunities for learning and honing specific skills, such as collaboration, following directions, and memorization. [...]

Film Club – Amour Fou (Germany)

April 25, 2016|0 Comments

In Amour Fou, celebrated film director Jessica Hausner has created an exquisite and oddly ironic period piece inspired by the real-life double suicide in 1811 [...]