Talk about racial justice at NPL

Join Karin Kaufman Wall, Peace and Justice Education Coordinator at Mennonite Central Committee, Central States, for a discussion of White Fragility, by Robin DiAngelo, this evening (Feb. 26) at 7 p.m. Can’t make it this evening? The Newton Community for Racial Justice (NCRJ) and Newton Public Library will host additional book discussions in March and…
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Jeffrey McPheeters presents ‘Composite Photography’ on Tuesday

Photographer Jeffrey McPheeters will present “Composite Photography” at Newton Public Library, at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 25. McPheeters defines composite photographs as images created using two or more openings of the camera shutter. Composites can be created within the camera, or using computer software. “Composite photography can help influence our non-composite photography by allowing…
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Start your family research at NPL

Maybe you want to trace a portrait, or get more information about the names in an old family Bible. Or maybe you simply want to learn more about your roots so that you can pass that knowledge on to future generations. Whatever motivates you, it has never been easier to start researching genealogy. Mary Hursey…
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New on the Shelves

These new books and DVDs will start circulating next week. Place a hold today and you could be the first to borrow them! You can place holds via our online catalog, stop in or give us a call.

Guest Review: ‘The Power of WOW’

By Wm. Neal Lewis Mark Dagostino, along with Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh (pronounced Shay), and many people from Zappos (“Zapponians”), tell their remarkable story in “The Power of WOW: How to Electrify Your Work and Your Life by Putting Service First.” Tony, and others with him, decide to put Zappos on a different course. The…
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