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Holiday Hours.

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Our hours are going to be slightly different between now and the end of the year. These are our hours during the holiday season:

Monday, Dec. 23

10 AM – 7 PM

 

Tuesday, Dec. 24 – Thursday, Dec. 26

CLOSED

 

Friday, Dec. 27

12 PM Noon – 4 PM

 

Saturday, Dec. 28

12 PM Noon – 5 PM

 

Monday, Dec. 30

10 AM – 7 PM

 

Tuesday, Dec. 31

10 AM – 3 PM

 

Wednesday, Jan. 1, 2014

CLOSED

 

Thursday, Jan. 2

10 AM – 7 PM

 

Friday, Jan. 3 & Saturday, Jan. 4

12 PM Noon – 5 PM

After that we shall resume our normal hours. We hope you have a very safe and wonderful holiday season and a really great New Year’s.

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The Library will be closed on Labor Day weekend.

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We just wanted to remind you that the Library will be closed for the Labor Day weekend.

Happy Labor Day!

The Library will be closed from Friday, Aug. 30th through Monday, Sept. 2nd, and will open again on Tuesday, Sept. 3rd at our normal time. We hope that you have a fun and safe weekend!

The Library will be closed from July 4 to 7 for Independence Day:

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Just wanted to remind everyone that we will be closed next weekend for the Independence Day holiday weekend.

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We apologize for any inconvenience this might cause anyone, and we will reopen on Monday, July 8 at our normal time. We hope everyone has a safe and fun holiday weekend.

The Library will be closed from May 24 to 27 for Memorial Day weekend:

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Just wanted to remind everyone that we will be closed this weekend for the Memorial Day holiday.

Happy Memorial Day everybody!

We will be closed on Friday for the AFMC Family Day, and on Monday for Memorial Day itself, and we will be closed on the weekend in between the two.

We apologize for any inconvenience this might cause anyone, and we will reopen on Tuesday, May 28 at our normal time.

Holiday Hours.

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Have a great holiday season and stay safe.

Our hours are going to be slightly different between now and the end of the year. These are our hours during the holiday season:

Wednesday, Dec. 19 – Thursday, Dec. 20

10 AM – 6 PM

Friday, Dec. 21

12 PM Noon – 5 PM

Saturday, Dec. 22 – Tuesday, Dec. 25

CLOSED

Wednesday, Dec. 26 – Thursday, Dec. 27

10 AM – 6 PM

Friday, Dec. 28

12 PM Noon – 5 PM

Saturday, Dec. 29 – Tuesday, Jan. 1, 2013

CLOSED

We will reopen Wednesday, Jan. 2 at 10 AM and resume our normal hours. We hope you have a very safe and wonderful holiday season and a really great New Year’s.

Reading material for 10/01/12:

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Some reading material from around the internet:

Why the wet dog shake gets mammals dry in no time.

Is Alzheimer’s Type 3 Diabetes?

11 things Wal-Mart has banned.

Five realizations that will help you write regularly.

How hiring really happens.

The rise of the “friendly” logo.

from here.

Why can’t we spell English words phonetically?

The 10 most amazing library laboratories.

An adaptation of H. P. Lovecraft’s The Tomb, as done in the style of Dr. Seuss.

75 biographies to read before you die.

Agatha Christie: “Why I Got fed up with Poirot.”

50 books to build your character.

from here.

The compact disc is 30 years old today.

They’re planning on remaking The Rocketeer and Videodrome.

Rian Johnson talks Looper and Breaking Bad.

David Byrne explains How Music Works in his new book.

Natalie Portman as Jackie Kennedy?

Marc Webb and Andrew Garfield will return for the sequel to The Amazing Spider-Man.

Could there be a Downton Abbey prequel?

via Steve McCurry.

Apparently the BMI test doesn’t accurately depict how prevalent obesity is.

Six mysteries that could be solved with time travel.

The man who owns the most land in America.

How to spot hidden problems in older homes.

Can you fire a pistol underwater?

9 of the world’s weirdest museums.

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Previous online reading material:

08/13/12.

08/06/12.

07/23/12.

07/17/12.

07/09/12.

Science Fiction vs. Proper Literature.

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Science Fiction!

versus…

Proper Literature!

If you ask us, both are good, and not just that, but can be extremely good.

So treat yourself and sample from all of the menu, okay? And check more of what is the genius of Tom Gauld, who did the webcomics shared in this post. They are from here, here, here, here, here, and here.