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    Free Digital Magazines


    APL members now have online access to more than 50 popular magazines, through Zinio an online magazine database. Enjoy titles such as The Economist, Rolling Stone, Shape, National Geographic and more. Subscribe today (for free) to this amazing and convenient magazine service.


  • Human Rights Panel
    Wed. May 14th, 7 - 9 p.m.


    Join us for an engaging grassroots discussion on human rights. Panelists offer a diverse range of expertise including human trafficking, relief work in Africa, youth activism and corporate philanthropy.

    Free event. Tickets are available at the Adult Information Desk.


  • Book Banter
    Books And Their Movie Adaptations


    Join teen booklovers Sarah and Alexandra as they discuss books that have been made into movies. Tune in to find out which ones are better!


Of interest

Saturday April 26 "Write for Rights" with Amnesty International from 1-3 in the library living room.

Wednesday May 14 Tickets now available for the Human Rights panel discussion.

Saturday JuneThe Writing Workshop with Marina Nemat. Space is limited.



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