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I’m not a bit superstitious. I like black cats and am not afraid to walk around, underneath or climb a ladder.

There's plenty to do in March. We change time zones, celebrate spring, plus there's always something happening at the Library!

Stop by the library this and check out the special events for Teen Tech Week, March 9-15.  Each library will be offering something. 

 It’s February 6; let the games begin! In Sochi, we’re gearing up for competition in some slippery sports, such as figure skating, ice hockey, speed skating and ski jumping. These winter sports are designed for those who are highly skilled and trained to compete with one another and Mother Nature.

heart made of books

If you are in a committed relationship, or would like to be, then February is a month filled with tasty opportunity. From cheap but cute chocolates to lavish expensive dinners, and just about everything in between, there is sure to be a package deal for you and your sweetheart.

Siblings kissing

In the middle of a snowy winter, there is lots to celebrate this February. The 2014 Winter Olympics start this month, and the Year of the Horse Lunar New Year celebration co

books and movie popcorn

There are several new movies coming out this year based on amazing teen books. If you haven't had a chance to read the books yet, now is the time.

You can find these and more on the shelves at your local library. In the meantime, here are the upcoming movie trailers:

Costumed teens making video poses

Calling all teens! Break out your director skills, your smart phones or video devices, and show your love of libraries, and you could win a $275 cash prize this spring and have your video shared with libraries across the country!

Photo of the library's snow-themed winter wall

Create a snowflake at the Wheatfield library and help decorate for winter! Children are invited to make a paper snowflake this month and to show off their artwork on the library's winter wall. The wall needs plenty of snowflakes to stay cold, so be sure to stop by and help! For more information about this free program, visit or call the Wheatfield Library at 956-3774.

During the recent extremely cold temperatures, the Rensselaer Library experienced broken water lines within the library due to frozen pipes in the library’s ceiling.

The staff areas were the most severely impacted so staff work stations have been relocated to library meeting rooms so that staff areas may be repaired, repainted, and re-carpeted.

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