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MEHPL -- Celebrate in September and check out these booklists! Lists include something for all ages when possible.
Story Time -- Talk Like a Pirate DayThu, September 20th - 10:30 AM
Computer Class -- Creating Posters OnlineThu, September 20th - 2:00 PM
Getting Crafty -- DIY Glass MagnetsThu, September 20th - 4:00 PM
Story Time -- Friends WeekWed, September 26th - 10:30 AM
Story Time -- Happy Birthday Google! AKA "Ask a Question Day"Thu, September 27th - 10:30 AM
Fri, June 1stMEHPL -- Summer Reading Guidelines
Do you want a sneak peek at the summer reading guidelines? Want to get the information on how long summer reading lasts and what kinds of incentives and prizes everyone could get by just reading books? Just click this link https://www.ned.lib...Read More
Wed, May 23rdMEHPL -- RomanceBookCloud: Romance Novels Online, Anytime
Are you an avid romance reader? The Marion & Ed Hughes Public Library is offering a summer trial of RomanceBookCloud. With a core collection of over 1800 titles, you can stream and read romance novels to your heart's content. Whether you prefer co...Read More
Tue, May 22ndMEHPL -- NextReads eNewsletters
The Marion & Ed Hughes Public Library offers NextReads, a free, personalized email service that automatically notifies subscribers with book suggestions tailored to their own literary tastes.
Subscribers to NextReads may choose from 11 different ...Read More
Fri, April 27thMEHPL -- Welcome to Our New Website
Welcome to the new and improved Marion & Ed Hughes Public Library website. We’re still fine tuning it, but we couldn’t wait to unveil our new look.
A while ago, the library staff made a decision to create a new look for the library’s websit...Read More
Mon, April 9thMEHPL -- Garden-themed Dramatic Play Area
Spring is in the AIR in the Library's Storytelling Room! We've created a Gardening themed dramatic play area as part of our "Every Child Ready to Read" Initiative. We have areas for the children to "plant" fruits and vegetables, "water" and "prune...Read More