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Celebrating Women's History Month
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Celebrating Women's History Month

March is Women's History Month, an opportunity to bring awareness to and celebrate women's contrib
It’s in the Details…
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It’s in the Details…

What is it about reading obituaries that sparks the interest of family history people?
Documentary Review: ‘I Am MLK Jr.’
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Documentary Review: ‘I Am MLK Jr.’

I Am MLK Jr., directed by
Polar Bear Bonanza
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Polar Bear Bonanza

Last month, we sadly had to say goodbye to Berlin, the oldest polar bear in captivity in the
Libby: A Great App for eBook Beginners and Enthusiasts
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Libby: A Great App for eBook Beginners and Enthusiasts

If you visit any branch of Mid-Continent Public Library,
Creepy Creatures Called Cryptids
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Creepy Creatures Called Cryptids

West Virginia, 1966. Midnight.
Graphic Novels Count!
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Graphic Novels Count!

“I want my child to read a book that counts.
Dungeons and Dragons: It’s for Everyone!
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Dungeons and Dragons: It’s for Everyone!

The fantasy role-playing game of Dungeons and Dragons (DND) has been around since the 1970s and allows p
Connecting the Past to the Present
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Connecting the Past to the Present

“The difference between try and triumph is a little umph.” –Marvin Phillips
Romance GenreCon 2023: Headlining Authors
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Romance GenreCon 2023: Headlining Authors

In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, Mid-Continent Public Library is pleased to announce that its annual
An Introduction to MCPL’s Culinary Center
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An Introduction to MCPL’s Culinary Center

With any luck, you have had the chance to saunter through the vast and well-organized aisles of books an
Book Review: ‘Extraordinary Black Missourians’
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Book Review: ‘Extraordinary Black Missourians’

John, Sylvia, and John Wright, Jr., a dedicated family of researchers, combine their decades