National Cherries Jubilee Day

Thursday, September 24, 2020. National Cherries Jubilee Day. Originally, the cherries were simply poached in a sugary syrup and served with warm brandy, which was set on fire for a dramatic presentation as it was served to guests. Today it is often served over vanilla ice cream set on fire.
Cherries jubilee was first served at one of the jubilee celebrations of Queen Victoria and was considered a very fashionable dessert to serve to guests.

Sweet December Holiday Treats Recipe Swap

During the month of November, we are collecting family favorite cookie and treat recipes to share.
This is how you do it: Write out your favorite sweet recipe and send it to the
library. These will be compiled and made into a recipe book to share. Please send in your recipe by November 23, 2020 and we will include it in our sweet December recipes.
You can email it to the library or bring it by. We do have recipe sheets to fill out if you want. Just ask!

National Comic Book Day

Friday, September 25, 2020. National Comic Book Day. Comic books began in the 1840s. In 1933, a comic book, Famous Funnies, appeared in the United States and is believed to be the first real comic book. It was a reprinting of earlier newspaper comic strips which had established many of the story telling devices used in comics. Celebrate the day by reading a comic book today.

Online Learning Day

Tuesday, September 15, 2020. Today is National Online Learning Day. Remote or distance learning is a type of learning that uses the internet and such platforms as Google Classroom and Zoom to allow students and teachers to make contact for learning. In our current time of virtual classrooms and hybrid programs, virtual online learning is quite common. Celebrate the internet and our ability to teach children, and adults in our homes.

National Cherries Jubilee Day

Thursday, September 24, 2020. National Cherries Jubilee Day. Originally, the cherries were simply poached in a sugary syrup and served with warm brandy, which was set on fire for a dramatic presentation as it was served to guests. Today it is often served over vanilla ice cream set on fire.
Cherries jubilee was first served at one of the jubilee celebrations of Queen Victoria and was considered a very fashionable dessert to serve to guests.

National Dogs in Politics Day

Wednesday, September 23, 2020. National Dogs in Politics Day. Almost every President has had a dog as part of the First Family. Dogs can calm pretty much any situation – kind of important for the most powerful position in the world. George and Martha Washington had a variety of pets while in the White House including several dogs – American Foxhounds, Black and Tan Coonhounds, and a Greyhound. The Washingtons probably got the White House started off on the right paw!

Autumn Equinox

Tuesday, September 22, 2020. Today is the Autumn Equinox. It is the day when there is the change of seasons from summer to fall in the northern hemisphere. The sunrise will occur later and night begins to fall earlier each evening. Plants begin to die and animals begin to hibernate. Fall and winter are on their way.

National Batman Day

Monday, September 21, 2020. National Batman Day. Batman has been around for 80 years and is celebrated on September 21 each year. Batman has gained much popularity as a character who reflects justice for fans all over the world. This Batman Day, let’s celebrate by practicing our own superhero qualities within. Be Batman !!!

Guacamole Day

Wednesday, September 16, 2020. National Guacamole Day! National Guacamole Day celebrates the avocado-based dip or spread, guacamole, first made by the Aztecs, who lived in what is now central Mexico, between the 14th and 16th centuries. The name guacamole means “avocado sauce” in Nahuatl, the Aztec language, and is very popular USA served with corn chips.

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