Summer is here, and it’s time to roll up your sleeves and tackle those long waited projects. While not every project is suitable for do-it-yourself (some of them do require experienced professionals), sometimes DIY really is easy and can amount to significant savings.
What should I read next? – When your favorite authors can’t write fast enough or heaven forbid, they die, you’re set adrift in an ocean of books with no compass to guide you. Don’t despair! Mid-Continent has great tools on our website to navigate you safely to your next favorite author.
This is the time of year that most people are working on their tans, although there are some organized people who are spending this time planning for the holidays. These are the people who make Christmas gifts, or do a lot of holiday entertaining. Now is the time to start those crafts! That way, November and December can be a time to enjoy the season instead of spending your time rushing around. Join us at the Antioch Branch for Christmas in July!
The Midwest Genealogy Center receives donations of many kinds, including school yearbooks. In fact, the only way the yearbook collection grows is through donations. Some time ago, we received a donation of a copy of a 1937 edition of Central High School’s Centralian. In the inside cover, there were two pictures. The first picture is of a bride and groom, and the second picture is of a small child.
You might not be ready to think about it, but the summer is almost over. It will be time to go back to school soon. What better way to get prepared than to attend a free demonstration at the North Oak Branch?
Will you be ready for school? Don’t let this opportunity pass you by. The North Oak Branch is going to introduce you to the America the Beautiful: History, Geography, and Economic Database For Kids. Learn how to use this informational tool from Scholastic. Discover the history, geography, economics, government, and culture of each state, plus Puerto Rico and major territories. Look up state symbols and find articles on famous people and places.
In 1993, four years after the original Weekend at Bernie’s was released, Weekend at Bernie’s II came out. This time Bernie is brought back to life with voodoo magic to retrieve the 2 million he embezzled during the first film. Andrew McCarthy (Larry) and Jonathan Silverman (Richard), his former employees, steal Bernie out of the morgue and take him to the Virgin Islands where the cash is hidden.