Curtis Blog2020-03-31T13:23:51-04:00

ancestry.com still available at home for free

By |July 30th, 2020|Categories: Genealogy Blog|

I wanted to ensure that our local genealogists know that they can still access ancestry.com from home for free through Sept. 30 at least and possibly longer.

You need to access the link by going to curtislibrary.com and clicking on the “Research” tab on […]

What to Read Next? New Books!

By |July 29th, 2020|Categories: Adults|

   

Patrons ask us:  How can I find out about new books in the Curtis’ collection?  One way is to check our website “slider” with book covers; another is to read our blogs on the […]

Welcome Back!

By |July 24th, 2020|Categories: Adults, Curtis Library|

Curtis Library to Reopen the Building to Patrons Beginning Friday, August 7 and Saturday, August 8

Curbside Service will Continue Monday through Saturday

For the month of August, Curtis Memorial Library looks forward to welcoming patrons back inside for the first time since March, […]

Scrap Crafts: Rag Rugs

By |July 21st, 2020|Categories: Adults|

*This is a picture of a woven rag rug. By looking closely one can see the tell-tale “over, under, over, under” pattern of the warp with the weft.*

Many patrons have enjoyed our ongoing series, Scrap Crafts.  In this program we utilize numerous […]

Scrap Crafts: Mosaics

By |July 15th, 2020|Categories: Adults|

Many patrons have enjoyed our ongoing series, Scrap Crafts.  In this program we utilize numerous books from our nonfiction section to create and explore accessible art and handicrafts. As we all stay at home we have continued this series virtually and will occasionally post tutorial posts so that you too […]