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Category: News

Don’t Forget E-Books!

March 30th, 2020
News, Uncategorized

Remember – you have access to free e-books, shows, and movies through the Hoopla platform! See the “What is Hoopla?” tab for step-by-step instructions on setting up your account. Contact us with any questions at littlelibrary979@gmail.com

Little Free Library

March 30th, 2020
News, Uncategorized

“Little Free Library” To tide you over until we can allow regular browsing in the library building, we have set up a “Little Free Library” on our front porch. All materials are free. All materials have been very minimally handled in the past weeks. Take whatever you like, enjoy, and be healthy. You do not […]

Library Closings

March 16th, 2020
News, Uncategorized

Dear Library Community: To help ensure the continued health of our staff and of the Union community, we will be closed Wednesday the 18th of March. Before we reopen to the public we will be performing a “deep clean” of the library building. As we receive further information regarding the containment of Covid-19, we will […]

Library CLOSED Saturday 4/30

April 29th, 2016
News

The library will be closed for continued renovations on Saturday morning, April 30th. Thank you for your continued patience as we work to improve our library!

April Storytime

April 7th, 2016
News, Storytime

Thank you to all of our creative kids (and guardians) who came out on April 2nd to celebrate the arrival of spring with some painted and paper-crafted birds! Our featured story was “Bugs!” by David T. Greenberg. This book was a little yucky but a lot of fun! Come out on May 7th at 10 […]

Email Updates

December 13th, 2015
News

Our email updates system is now up and running. To sign up for email updates, navigate to the “News > Email Updates” portion of our website and follow the instructions there.

New Website

December 13th, 2015
News

Welcome to our new website! It has been renovated to allow for a more appealing interface and easier to use on both computers and mobile devices.

Designed by William Cross