Banned Books Week is an annual event celebrating the freedom to read. Typically held during the last week of September, its goal is to spotlight current and historical attempts to censor books in libraries and schools. Together, the entire book […]
From now until May 4, find your place with the library at home! We’re always open online, and now, you can take advantage of our digital resources and earn prizes along the way! Weekly drawings every Monday, starting April 13. […]
What is the census? The census is a survey conducted by the U.S. Census Bureau every 10 years. Not only is the census required by the Constitution, but it’s critically important to communities because census data is used to determine […]
Saturday, May 4 • 10 am–4 pm May the 4th be with YOU! Celebrate comics and Star Wars with free comic books, crafts, costume contests, and photo ops with Star Wars characters. All ages are welcome, drop in any time!
Earth Day is April 22nd this year. When we come together, the impact can be monumental. Go green with us by making small changes that add up to making a big difference. Commit to earth-friendly acts, make more sustainable choices, […]
This February, we’re celebrating African-American literature and history by encouraging more reading, writing, and critical thinking about American culture and society. To get our community involved, AAPLD is hosting two contests for high school students and adults: Black History Month Quiz […]
A flurry of books, programs, and prizes await you at the library this winter! Registration begins Saturday, January 5 for AAPLD’s 2019 Winter Reading Program, Read Up a Storm! Readers of all ages get a gift for signing up and […]
This holiday season, pick up a tag or two from an AAPLD Community Giving Tree at the either library location. Purchase the gift(s) on the wish list and make the holidays brighter for less fortunate children, families, and seniors in […]