Brief Book Browsing Appointments Starting August 10th

We are moving into an exciting period of time, readers! We’ve been offering Contact-Free Curbside Appointments for some time now and have had great results getting books and other resources to you (and back from you), but now we are opening to Brief Book Browsing Appointments. Appointments must be made in advance, are for 30 […]

No-Contact Curbside Pick-Up Continues as We Prepare for Browsing Appointments

For those eager readers who may not know, we are still offering No-Contact Curbside Pick-Up appointments. You can contact Shannon at the library or send the library a message through Facebook (we’re HarrisLibrary there) to figure out a time that works best for you. The Facebook page even offers a selection of already ready-to-go-books in […]

Even Working from Home, Progress, Planning, and Programming Continues

Your little but lively library is hard at work planning the best and safest way to reopen! We can tell you now that reopening will be a cautious, phased endeavor starting with staff back in the building first in order to ready for curbside pickup of books. Over the next few weeks, as we work […]

Want to Try Listening to Podcasts but You Don’t Know Where to Start?

As part of our commitment to help you continue learning and being entertained during the COVID-19 crisis, we are sharing a variety of virtual tours and educational experiences. Library Director Shannon’s favorite podcast currently is Hidden Brain–a podcast that explores psychology and sociology in an intriguing way. If you’re curious, go and check it out–there […]

Students of History: Holocaust Museum Online Exhibits

As part of our commitment to help you continue learning and being entertained during the COVID-19 crisis, we are sharing a variety of virtual tours and educational experiences. The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum offers a number of educational and thought-provoking online exhibits. The content is not for the faint of heart, use discretion when […]

Learn a Little About Basic Computer Coding

As part of our commitment to help you continue learning and being entertained during the COVID-19 crisis, we are sharing a variety of virtual tours and educational experiences. Are you or your child or grandchild curious about basic computer coding? Do a free one hour tutorial on how to code using a variety of different […]

If a Visit to Bryce Sounds Nice, Check Out This Virtual Tour

As part of our commitment to help you continue learning and being entertained during the COVID-19 crisis, we are sharing a variety of virtual tours. Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah is known for its beauty, but perhaps it hasn’t topped any of your travel plans to date. If that’s the case, you can still […]

Tour Versailles–From Home

As part of our commitment to help you continue learning and being entertained during the COVID-19 crisis, we are sharing a variety of virtual tours, live camera experiences at zoos, and online story times. You can tour the Palace of Versailles virtually now, and in two different ways! Here is a link to the “first […]

Want to “Chill” Virtually–Tour Kenai Fjords National Park in Alaska

As part of our commitment to help you continue learning and being entertained during the COVID-19 crisis, we are sharing a variety of virtual tours. Lots of people have a trip to Alaska on their “Bucket List,” and many talk about the difficulty of saving up for such an excursion. But did you know you […]

Tour the Sistine Chapel–From Home

As part of our commitment to help you continue learning and being entertained during the COVID-19 crisis, we are sharing a variety of virtual tours, live camera experiences at zoos, and online story times. Perhaps you’ve always dreamed of visiting the Sistine Chapel, but the time off from work to get there, and the money […]