Our guide to LGBTQ+ Pride Month includes programs, reading recommendations and resources for educators.
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- A place for teens at the libraryLooking for something to do or a place to connect with friends this summer? The library offers plenty of fun, informal programs that are easy to discover and participate in all summer long. Teen Summer Reading Our Summer Reading program runs through Aug. 15. Teens who read for 20 days are eligible for a free […] Read More Posted Jun 22, 2022 by Marissa Warren
- Exploring LGBTQ Pride MonthOn June 28, 1969, police officers in New York City aggressively raided the Stonewall Inn, a gay bar in Greenwich Village. These sorts of discriminatory raids were common in this era. As in other acts of resistance at the time, the Stonewall patrons fought back against the police. The night evolved into a spontaneous uprising […] Read More Posted Jun 13, 2022 by Madeleine Rosenberg
- Summer reading is for all agesJune 21 may mark the official start of summer, but June 15 marks the beginning of summer reading fun at the library for all ages. This year’s theme is Oceans of Possibilities. Adults are invited to register and pick up a scratch-off card at the library’s Welcome desk on the first floor or the Information […] Read More Posted Jun 8, 2022 by Kristin Friberg