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April 17, 2017 (Julian 107)

April 17, 2017 (Julian 107)

This is the kind of day that is not clearly good or clearly bad but it is clearly about work and “getting things done” and almost no one is in the mood to play.   233 more words

Astrology

the april happiness challenge 

This post was written by and shared from the blog: riceandrepeat.com and was written by Carlie Rice

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Annual Events

Taylor Elementary

The ARC Buck-A-Bag Fundraiser benefiting our neighborhood’s Taylor Elementary School is in the Spring. For every bag or box delivered to the ARC Donation Station (SW corner of Nevada/Vermijo), ARC givesTaylor $1. 18 more words

Annual Events

Annual Halloween Parade

Neighbors (the littlest ones) parade from Prospect Street, down Franklin Street and end up at Taylor Elementary school for snacks and drinks. Kids begin the parade by running from the starting point at top speed in costume, carrying lightsabers, fairy wands and other imaginative accessories. 9 more words

Annual Events

ANNUAL MEETING AND FREE EVENT - Diversity in Graphic Novels: Serving Patrons & Building Diverse Collections

Join your BayNet colleagues Friday, May 19 for our Annual Event and Meeting!

Register Now!

This year we’ve planned a unique opportunity for librarians working in any environment to learn about next-level graphic novel collection development, with a special emphasis on building a diverse collection. 319 more words

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Plan With Us- Easter Ideas

Plan With Us- Easter Ideas – https://wp.me/p8iMcC-jX


So the Easter school break is coming up and I thought I would share with you some ideas of things to do in the holidays, We will be doing some of these as well. 543 more words

Bataan Memorial Death March remembers the fallen

By Pamela Porter

As I park my car in the predawn darkness, I check my bearings in relation to the black silhouette of the Organ Mountains, just to make sure I can find my vehicle among the thousands of others. 308 more words

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