Monthly Archives: February 2014

Writer’s Group Open House

Are you a writer or interested in writing? Are you looking for a writing group in/around the Auburn area? If you answered yes, I have good news for you! The Auburn Writer’s Group is having an open house meeting for … Continue reading

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Great New Children’s Books In Our Collection

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Computer Basics Class

The Windows 7 Operating System (or OS for short) is on many computers still even though it is not the newest system. The Eckhart Public Library will have a computer basics class for Windows 7 on Monday, March 10th from … Continue reading

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‘Outlander’ to make jump from page to screen

This summer, yet another popular book series is going to make the jump from the page to the screen. In case you haven’t heard, “Outlander” is coming to Starz. “Outlander” is a sweeping time-travel/historical fiction/romanceĀ series by Diana Gabaldon. The first … Continue reading

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New To The Children’s Department

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Blurring the Lines: Mortal Instruments

Shadow hunters, demons, vampires, and werewolves? Cassandra Clare, you have my attention. City of Bones starts out the Mortal Instruments series by author Cassandra Clare and while I thought it would take me a while to read it I couldn’t … Continue reading

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Quick-Scan Station Added at Willennar Genealogy Center

One of the big things that is important to us at the Willennar Genealogy Center is preservation through digitization. I’ve already written about digitization and Book the Digital Lab (if you missed it, you can read aboutĀ it here), but we’ve … Continue reading

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