24 Apr, 2024

Camping Tips and Tricks

We say we’re #MoreThanBooks, but we also have plenty of books to help you learn the ins and out of camping! Be prepared for your next adventure with Plano Public Library. This list includes non-fiction titles for everything you need to know as well as picture books to help your littlest ones experience camping through […]

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#PPLArtPrompt: Cubism Art by Pablo Picasso

We’re getting really artsy this spring with an April Art initiative. Throughout April, we are hosting art workshops where you can contribute to the Library Blooms community art exhibit – see our event list at the bottom of this post. Sow your art creations and see the installation at Haggard Library May 3-4, 2024. To get […]

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What Are You Reading Now? Episode 65

Check out what our WAYRN book club attendees are reading this month. What Are You Reading Now? is a monthly book club that focuses on talking about whatever book you are currently reading. The book club meets in-person at Haggard Library and via Zoom, for a hybrid experience. If you want to join on Zoom, register here. The next meeting […]

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Solar Eclipse: Sunsketcher

Citizen Science is a collaboration between scientists and people who are curious or concerned about the world around them and are motivated to make a difference.  Anyone can participate, and the data collected by citizen scientists help scientists come to real conclusions. For scientists who study the sun, a solar eclipse is a rare opportunity […]

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Solar Eclipse: Soundscapes

Citizen Science is a collaboration between scientists and people who are curious or concerned about the world around them and are motivated to make a difference. Anyone can participate, and the data collected by citizen scientists help scientists come to real conclusions. For scientists who study the sun, a solar eclipse is a rare opportunity to […]

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Solar Eclipse: GLOBE Observer

Citizen Science is a collaboration between scientists and people who are curious or concerned about the world around them and are motivated to make a difference. Anyone can participate, and the data collected by citizen scientists help scientists come to real conclusions. For scientists who study the sun, a solar eclipse is a rare opportunity […]

2 mins read