District News

December 2021 Newsletter

December 2021 Newsletter

The Youth Services display case for December - a model train display and a poster for the Festival of Trains! “That’s what winter is: an exercise in remembering ...
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If a tree grows in the library, how many books does it take?

If a tree grows in the library, how many books does it take?

Visit the book tree on our first floor and take a guess at how many books make up the tree. Fill out a form and drop it in ...
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Transparent Languages

Transparent Languages

We're pleased to offer this additional language learning platform to library users within the TADL taxing district. To access the platform use link on the tadl.org/at-home page. We ...
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November 2021 Newsletter

November 2021 Newsletter

“Autumn leaves don't fall, they fly. They take their time and wander on this their only chance to soar.” - Delia Owens, Where the Crawdads Sing Click here ...
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Poet's Night Out - Call for Entries

Poet’s Night Out – Call for Entries

Poets of all ages are invited to enter their original poetry in the Poets’ Night Out contest. Winning poems will be published in the Poets’ Night Out chapbook, ...
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October Newsletter & Book Pages

October Newsletter & Book Pages

Click here to get the latest TADL scoop on events, programs, and materials! Our accessible version is available here (PDF, 170 kb). Here is the October 2021 digital ...
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NEA Big Read Updates - An American Sunrise:Poems by Joy Harjo!

NEA Big Read Updates – An American Sunrise:Poems by Joy Harjo!

Events - Adults
World Sight Day Resources

World Sight Day Resources

As we consider the topic of eye health and resources for individuals with visual impairments, we've created this list of resources: