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Double Masking for Covid-19 Protection

A study published in the peer-reviewed journal Matter in July found that wearing two masks could increase protection from virus particles by 50% up to 75%.  It not only added an extra layer of protection […]

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New Variants of the Coronavirus that Causes Covid-19

The SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus causing the Covid-19 pandemic is what’s known as an RNA(ribonucleic acid) virus.  RNA viruses are highly mutagenic compared to DNA viruses meaning they mutate, adapt, and evolve fairly quickly.  Familiar RNA viruses […]

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Great Backyard Bird Count 2021!

Join The Cornell Lab of Ornithology, the National Audubon Society and Bird Canada, Friday, February 12 – Monday, February 15, in The Great Backyard Bird Count! This is a worldwide event, counting the different species […]

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Make Hot Cocoa Bombs!

Hot Cocoa Bombs Hello, friends! Today we are going to learn how to make hot cocoa bombs. Some of you may have signed up for a grab and go kit with ingredients. If you did […]

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Kaiser Family Foundation: Covid-19 Vaccine Monitor

The KFF COVID-19 Vaccine Monitor is an ongoing research project tracking the public’s attitudes and experiences with COVID-19 vaccinations.  Using a combination of surveys and focus groups, this project will track the dynamic nature of […]

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Best Books of 2020

School Library Journal’s Best Books of 2020 list is here! Check out some of the picture books we own, that made the cut!     My Best Friend by Julie Fogliano & Jillian Tamaki The […]

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New Year, New Books!

A great way to kick off the new year, is with a new book! Check out the new books we have coming into the library!       Picture Books I’m Not A Girl by Maddox […]