Downtown Library INDIE LENS POP-UP FILM: RECORDER: THE MARION STOKES PROJECT Tuesday, May 12 6-7 p.m.
Marion Stokes secretly recorded television twenty-four hours a day for thirty years. It started in 1979 with the dawn of the twenty-four hour news cycle and ended when Marion passed away in 2012. In total, Marion recorded on 70,000 VHS tapes, capturing revolutions, lies, wars, triumphs, and catastrophes that tell us who we were and how television has shaped the world of today. Adult.
Mon., Wed., Fri., Sat. Tue. & Thu. Sun.
10 a.m.-5 p.m. 10 a.m.-8 p.m. 1-5 p.m.
VOLUNTEER FAIR Did you know that library members have access to Ancestry.com?
Saturday, March 7, 2020 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Open to All Refreshments Provided
TELL US YOUR STORY ESSAY CONTEST
2020’s Summer Reading theme is Imagine Your Story, so we would love to hear yours! Write an essay (no more than 5000 words) about a significant life event and what it meant to you. Contest starts June 13, 2020 and ends August 1st 2020. Winners will receive a librarythemed prize! Ages 18+.
If you can’t make the fair, but would like to volunteer contact: Untia Bigelow, Volunteer Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org 410-749-3612 ext.140
Check out a book. Then respond to the 2020 Census. For the first time, you can respond to the census online. Libraries offer public computers and free internet access to help make sure you’re counted. 2020 Census data informs the distribution of more than $675 billion in federal funding each year, your representation in Congress, community initiatives, and more. Make sure you count everyone living in your home, including newborn babies and young children, on the 2020 Census. Your responses are confidential and important. Census data impacts funding for resources like: Libraries, Schools, Hospitals and Health Clinics, Head Start School Meal Programs, Public Transportation, Medicare, Fire departments, Roads and Highways