Happy Holidays

Happy Holidays

Library resources and more to make your season bright.

Deck the Halls: Holiday Prep

Deck the Halls: Holiday Prep

Holiday Prep Starts Here!

Let the library be your guide to your holiday celebrations.

Make a Gingerbread House

Gumdrops and candy canes! Create a gingerbread house with these fun tips.

Decking the Halls

Whether you go formal or cozy, you'll find ideas here to make your season bright.

Holiday Feasts

Winter Feasts - Fast or Slow

Whether you're short on time or want a dish that's been simmering for hours, a sit-down meal is a wonderful way to spend a frosty evening.

Planning a Winter Party

Are you in charge of organizing a party this season? Planning and pacing yourself can help, as can these excellent books.

Holiday Baking at Its Best

Holiday gatherings of family and friends are the perfect time to share some special baked treats!

Boards & Cocktails for Holiday Gatherings

Fast and easy, boards are the perfect solution for creating stunning appetizers for gatherings or casual family meals.

Make the Season Bright List

Make the Season Bright

Add that personal touch to your holiday by checking out these books and creating your own unique items for gifts and celebration activities.

Make Something Festive with Our MakerLab & IdeaSpace Equipment 

Reading & Watching the Holidays

Reading & Watching the Holidays

‘Tis the season for coziness

Grab a blanket, your fluffy socks, and your favorite warm drink or snack! Log your reading to earn badges all month long.

On Kanopy This Month

Use your library card to watch these festive movies and documentaries for all ages.

Download Country Living this Month

Rooms that invite you to linger. A porch that says "Come sit!" All yours in the pages of Country Living!

Hanukkah Begins December 18

Hanukkah: A Festival of Lights

Hanukkah: A Festival of Lights

The traditional Jewish holiday begins December 18.

Winter Begins December 21

The Winter Solstice

The Longest Night: The Winter Solstice

The winter solstice is upon us. Learn more about the longest night of the year.

Hanukkah Begins December 18

Kwanzaa: Family & Heritage

Kwanzaa: Family and Heritage

Kwanzaa is celebrated between December 26 and January 1.

Holiday Movies

Reading & Watching the Holidays Booklists

Christmas Askew

These unusual books still resonate the holidays - in their own special and speculative way.

Books for Advent

For those who celebrate Christmas as part of their faith, the days leading up to December 25 are a time for rejoicing and reflection.

My Librarian: English Christmas Stories

Celebrate Christmas in England with Dickens, Jane Austen, and other favorite characters and authors.

Holiday by Genre

Holiday by Genre

Holiday History & More

Holiday History & More

The Real Twelve Days of Christmas

Learn about the tradition of the Epiphany or the Day of the Kings.

A Civil War Christmas

If we lived during the Civil War, what kinds of memories would we have? Learn a bit more about Christmas during the years 1861-1864.

Nutcracker Sweets

Learn the origins of the Nutcracker ballet, and check out our Nutcracker Stories, Treats, and Crafts resource list.

Three Swahili Phrases That Uncover Kwanzaa's Origins

Take a moment with Mango Languages to discover more about the week-long celebration of Kwanzaa, and the language that makes it so colorful.
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