NorthStar Digital Literacy Assessment and Certificate
The NorthStar Digital Literacy Assessment and Certificate are respected workforce credentials that affirm your competency in basics digital literacy skills. A photo ID will be required to logon and a passing score of 85% on each assessment will be required to receive the NDLA Certificate during this 1 hour proctored session.
People have been practicing meditation for centuries and today we see a surge in its popularity as new benefits continue to be discovered. It is recognized how meditation can help the body, mind and spirit. Incorporating meditation into one’s life has many positive effects.
Join David Newcomb, long time meditator, who has been meditating regularly for over 30 years and offers these inspiring programs. Learn a simple meditation technique that can help you in all aspects of your life.
Join us for our first annual First Amendment Film Festival in observance of Banned Books Week, September 21-27, 2014. Film screenings take place every afternoon at 2 p.m., September 22 through September 25. Schedule of Film Screenings:
Ever wondered what exactly is "forensic science?" Is it really like CSI and Bones? Now you can find out! On Tuesday, August 26, 2014 at 3 p.m., join us for a special workshop for teens, presented in partnership with the
Here’s a riddle, What do bubbles, pennies, maple syrup, string, marshmallows, empty shampoo bottles, grocery bags, and plastic pigs all have in common? If you said all of these words are plural nouns, you would be correct, and should perhaps consider a career in teaching English.
Are you a fan of anime? Interested in Japanese culture? Or maybe you don't have a clue what anime is. No matter what you're level of familiarity with anime is, come join us for Anime Club!Wednesday, April 23 is our first Anime Club meeting. We will be watching a couple of episodes of anime, talk about our favorite series, and learn about Japanese culture.
The purpose of the American History Book Club is to generate an informal discussion of major political and social issues that appear in American History. We will select a recently published book on a topic such as the Civil War or the Depression or the book behind an important film and use that work as a jumping off point for debate.
Valentine’s Day is fast approaching. Unfortunately, the library can’t help you with those last minute dinner reservations, but we can suggest a few fun ways to explore the holiday that won’t break your budget.We have plenty of free resources available to get you in the spirit.