A Gift for the Adventurer

Do you remember the best present you’ve ever received? For me, it was an experience rather than a material object.

The Reason for the Season

We have come to know that the celebration of 1621 was looked upon by the Pilgrims, or Separatists, as an occasion for a harvest feast which

Crossing Genres

The other day, I overheard someone telling their friend that there were James Patterson books in fiction and mystery and that it was confusing. She’s right; it is confusing, even to us.

Winter Concert Series Lineup Announced!

The wait is almost over for the WFPL’s fourth annual Winter Concert Series.

Spotlight on Local History

We’ve got a lot of history going on in the next couple of months!

Are you a Wrimo?

Write the novel you want to read. National Novel Writing Month is coming...

Thank You For Making Us Great!

I think the most amazing part of public libraries is the incredible number of resources offered to patrons at no cost.

The Reading Rut

It happens to the best of us.

CENSORED: The Awakening by Kate Chopin

It’s Banned Books week again. Why do books get banned, challenged or censored?