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Community Feedback Survey

The DeKalb Public Library is conducting a survey to get opinions and information from the community. Any information you wish to share with us is welcome. We will publish the results in our Strategic Plan. By completing our survey, you are ...

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Read Beyond the Beaten Path, Summer Reading to Begin in May

Picnics, outdoor games, bike rides and walks... all activities we're looking forward to with Summer right around the corner. But, don't forget about Summer Reading at the library! Summer Reading will begin on Wednesday, May 25, and go through August 12, ...

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Virtual Event: Title IX, Legislation that Gave Women Equal Educational Access

Until 1972, sexual discrimination against women in college and university studies was legal. Women could be denied educational opportunities. Patsy Mink, Edith Green, Birch Bayh, Ted Stevens, and Richard Nixon changed that. Congresswomen Green and Mink pushed a bill through the ...

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Children’s Books for Black History Month

In celebration of Black History Month, we’ve created several bibliographies listing great children’s books you can find at our library or through eBook providers available to our patrons. Download the interactive versions of the bibliographies below and use the embedded ...

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Kids’ Books for the Winter Olympics

Are you ready for the Olympic Winter Games? Learn more about Olympic history and winter sports featured at the event with this list of children's books available through our library. Download the interactive version of the bibliography below and use the ...

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