Month: March 2018
Human Trafficking is in Every Zip Code
March 26th, 2018
The word “slavery” conjures images of antebellum slaves on cotton plantations or, more modernly, young girls from Eastern European countries who are lured away with promises of riches but are sold into bondage. In reality, modern day slavery- or human...
Women’s History Month
March 23rd, 2018
March is Women’s History Month. Each year we take this month to honor, celebrate, and remember the women who have played a vibrant role in shaping American history. To find out more about Women’s History Month, please visit womenshistorymonth.gov. While...
Freedom of Information Day
March 16th, 2018
March 16 is Freedom of Information Day. This day celebrates your right to access whatever information you choose. The day is named in honor of James Madison, author of the US Constitution, 4th President of the United States and advocate...
LEGO Bricks are More Than Just Fun
March 14th, 2018
Paul Smith Library is proud to host a monthly LEGO Club during the school year and weekly LEGO play during our Summer Quest. At first thought, many think LEGO Bricks are just a fun toy that many children love. LEGO...
March 6th, 2018
What is Basic Literacy? Basic Literacy is the ability to read, write, and comprehend. It includes proper diction as well as grammar, spelling, and punctuation. Why does Basic Literacy Matter? (statistics taken from www.paforward.org) Only 48% of parents read to...
Paul Smith Library’s March 2018 Newsletter
March 1st, 2018
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