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Tiger Hunt Photo Contest has been completed! Last week, Terrence was visiting the Little Free Library at Tatlock Park which was provided by the Friends of the Summit Free Public Library. Thanks to all those who participated in the Tiger Hunt. Anyone who got at least one correct answer will be entered in the prize...
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Welcome to Week 10 of the Tiger Hunt Photo Contest! Last week, Terrence was enjoying the Formal Garden at the Reeves-Reed Arboretum. Can you guess where in Summit Terrence is visiting this week? Click here to submit your guess by 11:59 PM on Sunday, August 29. Remember, you must be registered for the Adult Summer...
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Attention Teens entering Grades 7-12 in the 2021-22 School Year. Do you love books and reading? Do you love to read aloud? Do you love performing, or acting? Are you available on Tuesday, September 28 at 7 PM While you wait for the autumn teen volunteer season to begin, you can earn five hours of...
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Welcome to Week 7 of the Tiger Hunt Photo Contest! This week, Terrence is accompanied by his friend, Fluffy, star of  the Fluffy’s Friends storytime. Last week, Terrance was in the bleachers at Investors Bank Field at Tatlock Park. Can you guess where in Summit Terrence and Fluffy are visiting this week? Click here to...
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Welcome to Week 5 of the Tiger Hunt Photo Contest! Last week, Terrance was relaxing beside the fountain at Promenade Park on Springfield Avenue. Can you guess where in Summit Terrence is visiting this week? Click here to submit your guess by 11:59 PM on Sunday, July 25. Remember, you must be registered for the Adult...
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Every year in April during National Library Week we celebrate our libraries and the great job they are doing. This year’s Library Week is special. The pandemic forced us all to adapt, and libraries have being going above and beyond to continue to serve communities, expanding our digital resources and access to virtual events. This...
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The Library staff is excited to welcome patrons into the building once again, even if only in limited capacity and for a maximum of one hour a day. There are many improvements to provide patrons with a safe and enjoyable visit. The air ducts have been cleaned and sanitized and a bipolar ionization air filtration...
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Since 1987, March has been recognized as Women’s History Month. It is a month when we can educate ourselves on the history of equal suffrage and women’s participation in the civil rights movement, commemorate women heroes, and pay homage to women artists. Enjoy browsing our collection of books written by women and watch movies made by...
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The past year has presented educational challenges for parents and students. Trying to help your child with schoolwork can end in frustration for both you and your child. Don’t let the student in your family fall behind. The Summit Free Public Library can ease the pressure on parents and help students get assistance with academic...
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In its obituary, the New York Times wrote: John le Carré, the British novelist whose Cold War thrillers elevated the genre to high art, died on Saturday, December the 12th at 89. He left behind a remarkable literary legacy: 25 novels written over nearly 60 years, featuring George Smiley, Alec Leamas and other enduring heroes...
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