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Welcome to Heermance Memorial Library

Welcome to the Heermance Memorial Library website. Please explore the resources available. If you have time please stop by and visit us in person. Our goal is to provide you with friendly efficient service both in person and online. Linda Deubert, Director

Library News

eBooks for Kids!

The library has expanded services with a new digital collection website experience just for kids. The main MHLS Digital Download Collection now has a separate site to provide a safe and easy browsing experience for kids. Libraries recognize the need to provide a safe environment for kids to browse library materials. Just as the children's section of the physical library has its own place, the same experience is now available in the digital collection for kids eBooks and audiobooks. Browsing can be done by subject, reading level or interest level. Check out the Kid's eReading Room.

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Fine Free Days

April 7th thru May 3rd

food pantry Help support the local food pantry. For each item you bring in $5.00 will be waived from your fines. This does not apply to billed items or fines accrued at other libraries.

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Save the Date

web page taste of art

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American Red Cross Programs

Call the Library to register:

CAPE - Saturday, May 3, 1:00 at the Library:  

Duration - 90 minutes for ages  8-12:  CAPE stands for Children Alone Preparedness Education: which helps children to interactively learn about what to do when home alone

Be Red Cross Ready & Citizen CPR - Saturday, June 7, 1:00 at the Library

Duration - 45 minutes for ages 16 & up
Learn simple effective steps to take to protect yourself & loved ones during
emergencies. Learn how to build an emergency kit, make a plan & stay informed.
CPR (hands only) - additional 15 minutes.

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Earth Day Documentaries

A series of environmental documentary viewings hosted by Jeffrey Haas , concerned citizen

Wednesday evenings at  6PM

April 16th, Chasing Ice, a National Geographic documentary on the changing glaciers

April 23rd, Six Degrees Could Change the World, a National Geographic documentary on the effects of temperature change

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