This antique card seems strangely prophetic in regards to the importance of phones, communication, and love, although I’m not sure what’s up with the cupid buns! So, after you connect with your sweetie, kick back, and enjoy some sweet sounds. Oh, and Happy Valentine’s Day!
How spontaneous do you think you really are? Would you participate in a flash mob with enough encouragement? This is a fun snippet displaying one person’s amazement which quickly turns to jealousy when someone very close to them decides to participate in a flash mob without telling them. Not to hurt but to surprise…somehow it backfires. Be careful what you choose to give your loved one this coming Valentine’s Day. Maybe some chocolate and a good book would be a yummy and surefire choice!
How much do you know about Martin Luther King? Take this quiz. If you’re not in the mood for a quiz then just sit back and enjoy the music and the man. What is your dream?
Hey! Do you have a love/hate relationship with writing? Do you love to keep a journal but hate all the writing? Well, this might be the workshop for you!!
On Tuesday, December 28 from 1 – 2:30 PM you’re invited to come experience easy techniques for keeping a visual journal. Join Bellingham artist Ellen Clark, as she shares various templates, tips, and tools that everyone will find helpful in creating their own visual journal.
Everyone will receive their own hardbound journal for the New Year. Pre-registration is required and will be limited to the first 25 teens. Call 360-755-0760 today! This event is FREE through the generous support of The Friends of the Library who help provide funding.
For those cold winter afternoons, here’s a few suggestions to keep warm!
Or maybe just a good book…ahhhh, that hit the spot 😉
This is one of my all time favorite videos. So, here’s wishing everyone a safe and sane Halloween…enjoy!
Who said cats don’t like water or pumpkins? This video will crush all of those myths. Enjoy as you have a safe and sane Halloween!
How many of you have made New Year’s Resolutions and kept them? Maybe we need to reevaluate the type of resolutions we make?
The Burlington Public Library has tons of awesome young adult books but alas, there are always new titles coming out that we do not currently have. One can only hope and with that hope, here is my list:
Ice Song by Kirsten Amani Kasai
Peter and Max: A Fables Novel by Bill Willingham
Notes from No Man’s Land: American Essays by Eula Biss
A Princess Found: An American Family, an African Chiefdom, and the Daughter Who Connected Them All by Sarah Culberson and Tracy Trivas
The Truth About Santa: Wormholes, Robots, and What Really Happens on Christmas Eve by Gregory Mone
Letters from Black America by Pamela Newkirk
Britten and Brulightly by Hannah Berry
Waltz with Bashir by Ari Folman and David Polansky
Stitches: A Memoir by David Small