How to play:
1) Print your bear coloring sheet here: Bear Hunt.pdf or, stop by the library to pick up a copy.
2) Then, decorate your bear! Get creative, but don't forget to write "I Love Carnegie Library" in big letters on the front.
3) Then, display your bear in a front window in your house.
4) Go on a 'bear hunt' to see how many bears you can find around town. Have fun!
A monthly discussion about things philosophic.
Monday evening, November 9th at 5:00.
The topic will be "Cognitive bias." The human mind uses many strategies to process all the information it has to digest every day. These strategies are indispensable, but by learning to identify them and knowing their downsides, we can navigate that information highway a little better.
This will be a remote meeting via ZoomMeeting, and we are asking that you register in advance. Simply click this button to register:
You can visit the library on a limited basis during our normal business hours. We screen patrons for possible COVID-19 exposure, and you can visit for up to one hour to browse books and DVDs, to use one of two laptop computers, or to use our wi-fi signal from one of three tables on the main floor. Families can visit the Children's Area for up to one hour, but only to browse the books an DVDs—we've stored toys, costumes and other materials. The library is also open for curbside service on weekdays from 9am to 5pm, and Saturdays from 10am to 4pm.
Call ahead to request books about bears, or any other topic!