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NBPL Supports the Arts!

Our Volunteer Library Curator, Leona Roesch, an artist herself, oversees our Library Gallery space.  Leona is instrumental in working with local artists to make sure different styles are represented in our gallery. It’s always exciting to see what will brighten our main hall every month!  For the month of May, we are excited to welcome a wonderful group of student artists from the Donna Lexa Art ... Read More »

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Our New Berlin Library Home Delivery Program provides the opportunity for patrons who may be homebound to enjoy the benefits of the library...at home! This free program is available for your permanent use, for use temporarily while you recover from an illness, or as we saw THIS past Wisconsin winter, a service you use seasonally. Getting started is quick and easy. Volunteer Home Delivery Coordinator Pat Sherry or ... Read More »

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Author Appearance: David Miles The DOA Who Made It!: Are You Ready to Take Your Last Breath? Thursday, April 3, 2014 | 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm "It was a warm, sunny, Tuesday afternoon. I was waiting at the red light at a busy interchange when another motorcycle pulled up next to me, in the same lane, also now waiting to go home, or to a friend's house, or maybe shopping. The very next thing he did was watch me fly like ... Read More »

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Money Smart Week® is a public awareness campaign created by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago in 2002 and designed to help consumers better manage their personal finances. This is achieved through the collaboration and coordinated effort of hundreds of organizations across the country including businesses, financial institutions, schools, libraries, not-for-profits, government agencies and the media. These ... Read More »

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Bo Diddley popularized the idiom in his 1962 blues hit, but since, a broad array of musicians have also warned with lryics not to “judge a book the the cover.” While figuratively, we need to be aware of judging at first glance, in the world of the library, it’s literally what occurs.  According to research conducted by the Codex Group, a book-audience research company, the first two seconds ... Read More »

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