On the third Monday in January, we celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. King is known as being a Civil Rights Activist and preacher. His “I Have A Dream” speech given at the 1963 March on Washington is one of his most recognized. However, it was not the speech he had […]
January is National Slow Cooking Month! To celebrate, we gathered some titles for you to check out. The librarians here at Shorewood-Troy Public Library not only love slow cookers, but also pressure cookers! Sometimes your appliance can do both (like the Instant Pot)! Unsure of what a pressure cooker is, how to use it, or […]
Looking for some fun winter activities for you or your family? We scoured the internet to find some classic winter fun, as well as some new activities to try! Check out some of the Shorewood-Troy Library’s staff favorite winter activities, too!
Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man by Mary L. TrumpOpen Book by Jessica SimpsonMagnolia Table. Volume 2 by Joanna GainesThe Answer Is…Reflections on My Life by Alex TrebekA Promised Land by Barack ObamaEverything Beautiful in Its Time by Jenna Bush HagerChase Darkness with Me: How One True-Crime […]
Computer Science Education Week (CSEd Week) is a weeklong celebration of showing students the importance of computer science education. This weeklong learning celebration was first launched by the Association for Computing Machinery from December 6, 2009 – December 12, 2009. It was started through a collaboration of many well known computer science organizations, including the […]
While the Shorewood-Troy Public Library has temporarily shifted to a lobby pickup, grab and go method, the staff of the Children’s Department is still available to browse for you! We love giving out reading recommendations, so now is the perfect time to ask for help!
November and December are months that are usually filled with volunteering, helping neighbors, and showing our community that we care. It is truly a season of giving. Although COVID-19 may change how we do these things, we can still be helpful and giving! Check out some of these wonderful ways to donate, volunteer, and give […]
2020 has been an interesting year. However, we at STPL are thankful for many things. One that we all agree on is that we are thankful for our PATRONS!!! THANK YOU, patrons, for attending virtual programs, checking out physical digital items and for supporting us. We have had to make many changes, and you still […]
Wednesday, November 11, is Veterans Day, a day to honor those Americans who have served in any war. Veterans Day is not to be confused with Memorial Day, which honors those who gave their life fighting or Armed Forces Day, which celebrates those who are currently serving in any branch of the Armed Forces. Arlington […]