With this form you can request a book or other material from another library. You must have a Nederland Community Library card to request and receive interlibrary loan materials. The material requested must have been published for more than one year.
GEORGE AND LIZZIE and LIBBY AND CATHY
I discovered a zippy new app called Libby, which makes it extremely easy to search for and browse ebooks and audiobooks in Nederland’s Overdrive inventory as well as to access other libraries’ Overdrive inventories. ...by Cathy Grace
Technology is rapidly becoming an integral part of daily life for us and with it, a whole universe of parental concerns. ...by Michael Sivcovich
Whoa! I almost forgot the entry this week - come to think of it I forgot the entry last week also. :( Oh well, what can you do? Here's a bit about what we did these past few days!…
Explore a different science-related theme each month through a book discussion. Wednesday, November 8th at 7 pm,
Tradition: Lab Girl by Hope Jahren | Tuesday, December 12th at 7 pm,
Transformation: The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind by William Kamkwamba
Free! Saturday, November 4th at 3 pm ~ SEED: The Untold Story follows farmers, scientists, lawyers, gardeners, and indigenous seed keepers as they defend the future of our food.
In one hour, you will learn how to keep your meetings on point, organized and inclusive of all attending.
Learn about the Sun, how eclipses happen and why we don't have a total solar eclipse every month with John Williams.
The next frontier in space exploration is Mars, and human habitation of Mars isn't much farther off. Thurs., Oct. 26, 7 pm
I mentioned in my introduction that I just completed work on a master's degree through a program at the Boulder Journey School (BJS) in north Boulder. In the greatest of fortune, Aspen Grove Preschool here in Nederland happened to be…
ON THE ROAD
Long before it was accepted as a literary form, the travelogue was borne out of the universal desire for bragging rights: to let others know of our quests and the ground covered, the sights seen and the wonders encountered. ...by Tom Lambrecht