The American Indian Library Association has inaugurated the Read Native challenge, and we'd love to help you find the relevant books.
We started a Virtual Film Club! Here's how it works: you watch the movie anytime you'd like, and then register to join us online via Zoom to talk about it.
Do you miss chatting with us about what you've been reading? What great movie you saw? Fun new music or audiobook? Well, we're still happy to connect with you!
One of my favorite things about being a library worker is getting to know what people are reading and watching. I was curious what my coworkers have been enjoying.
If you completed any number of challenges for the Adult Summer Reading Program, you're welcome to come grab a free book this week at the library.
Back in early March, ELPL hosted the first ever AG Scam Jam to knowledge and tools to fight back against scammers. This was to be one of many consumer-protection focused events, and it has transitioned to a digital format.
The top ten most-challenged books of 2019. Books with LGBTQIA+ themes continue to be the target of banning attempts in the United States. ALA
April is National Poetry month, and the library has great digital resources for you to find and enjoy poetry. Listen to Joyce Benvenuto read a poem.