Category: New Events

New Events

Shark Week 2021

Discovery Channel’s Shark Week officially begins on Sunday, August 9th-August 16th, and has been a summer tradition for 32 years. Shark week began as a conservation effort to correct false impressions about sharks. Peter Benchley, the author of the best-selling fish story Jaws, never recovered from the damage caused by misconceptions in his fictional story of a great white menace that stalked beach-goers in a summer beach town. He dedicated the rest of his life to educating and protecting the dinosaur from the deep from human destruction.

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Checkers TV
Learning Online

Checkers TV is Here!

The Highland Public Library is excited to announce the premiere of Checkers Library TV, our new virtual kids and family program. Checkers Library TV is a kids and family-friendly show that features kid’s personality and educational entertainer Checkers The Inventor and his robot sidekick, Snoozer’s.

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Medicare Webinar
New Events

Medicare 101 Webinars

Are you currently enrolled in Medicare? Will you be turning 65 over the next year or two? Learn about eligibility, how and when to enroll,

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Summer Reading 2020
Learning Online

Summer Reading

Summer Program Special Event are available though Labor Day. Don’t on on comedy, crafts and entertainment.

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Library Signage
New Events

Library Opening to Public – Limited Services

The library will be open to the public for limited hours beginning Aug 10, 2020. Services and number of people in at one time will be limited as well. As we prepare we are taking precautions with the safety of staff and all community members our top priority. MASKS ARE REQUIRED FOR EVERYONE OVER 2 years of age IN THE BUILDING.

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Dragons: Return of the Ice Sorceress
New Events

Dragons: Return of the Ice Sorceress

A long time ago, in a faraway land, two brave villagers go on a daring journey to release the dragons and save the kingdom from an evil Ice Sorceress. When things don’t go as planned, however, the kids might need to look to themselves — and to science! — for the answer.

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