Read All About It: April is the Month for National Librarian Day and National School Librarian Day

Did you know that April 4 is National School Librarian Day and April 16 is National Librarian Day? These are both great opportunities to be thankful for all the help and knowledge that librarians provide. From children’s story-time to literacy classes, libraries offer a wealth of free public resources. Most librarians have a Master’s Degree in Library Science. Librarians are...
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It Don’t Mean a Thing If It Ain’t Got That Swing: 6 Fun Facts About Jazz

International Jazz Day Is April 30. Begun in November 2011 by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, International Jazz Day highlights jazz and its diplomatic role in uniting people in all corners of the globe.  International Jazz Day is the culmination of April as Jazz Appreciation Month. Both events celebrate this unique and rich international art...
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How to Protect Yourself from Phishing Scams

You open your email inbox and see an email from what looks to be a legitimate source. Maybe it’s a company you have a subscription with like Netflix or whose services you regularly use like Apple. It could even be your electric company. The email says you’ve been locked out of your account because your payment is past due. To restore services, you should click through and make a...
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See the Difference Donating an Old Pair of Glasses Can Make

Over 1 billion people with vision loss across the world lack access to eye care. Simply donate your old eyeglasses, and you can dramatically change lives. For instance, a donated pair of glasses could potentially help an older American read a prescription bottle or be an essential element in helping a child around the world learn to read. To donate a pair of eyeglasses that you no longer...
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