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Nov
23

Explore NuWav Legal Documents

Do you want to adopt a child but don’t know what forms to get? Ready to move to another apartment but you don’t know your rights as a tenant? Need to add someone to your will or get a Power of Attorney. Are you ready to start your own business? We have the legal forms […]

By staffwriter | Resources
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Nov
16
Nov
10

Explore 5 New History Resources with History Research Center

Are you ready to learn about the Massacre at Wounded Knee or Nixon’s famous Checker’s Speech? We just added five new History Resources: American History, African American History, American Indian History, Ancient and Medieval History and Modern History. Let’s get started! Visit the library’s website On the top menu bar, go to eLibrary Go to […]

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Nov
05

The best 5 bold & beardy books to read now for Movember

As we all know, No-Shave November is approaching, so we’ve compiled a list of beardy books that will tickle your whiskers as you or a loved one grows a goatee in support of men’s health. Learn more about No-Shave November and how you can participate at the official site. Beardy books Of Beards and Men: [...]
By staffwriter | books
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Oct
30

Podcast: Enter our Short Story Contest

For this episode of the Booklovers Podcast, I’m joined by Amy M. from the New Richmond Branch Library and Ashley from the Williamsburg Branch Library. They’re here to talk about the library’s Short Story Contest . Short story contest Stories accepted between November 1, 2018 and November 30, 2018. Submit your story, which must be […]

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Oct
26

You’ll love these 7 fantastic fun board games

Board games are awesome. I have spent countless weekends with family and friends playing a variety of games. Pandemic is one of my favorites, in part because its cooperative play, meaning that my friends and I all play on a team and try to beat the game together. I am also a huge nerd, and […]

By Nicole S | books
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Oct
05

National Reading Group Month

October is National Reading Group Month. Explore why belonging to a reading group is a good thing. And learn how to set one up. Ten good reasons to join a reading group Great food and beverages It’s free Make friends Meet interesting people Some books just need to be discussed Get away from screen time […]

By staffwriter | Book Discussions
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Sep
28

Podcast Writers Groups at Your Library

Welcome to the latest episode of the Booklovers Podcast. Laura and I are joined by Amy and Ashley of the New Richmond and Williamsburg writers groups. In addition to our writers groups, we have many books in the collection about writing from basic sentence structure to writing for specific genres. Resources for writers Here are […]

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