New and Notable YA Releases – November

We Are Not Free by Traci Chee Fourteen teens who have grown up together in Japantown, San Francisco. Fourteen teens who form a community and a family, as interconnected as they are conflicted. Fourteen teens whose lives are turned upside down when over 100,000 people of Japanese ancestry are removed from their homes and forced into desolate incarceration camps. In […]

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“Holiday Lights” Concert Performed by Francine Evans & Joel Zelnik-Live on Hagaman Memorial Library’s Isaac Hagaman Facebook page on Saturday, December 5 at 2:00 p.m.

The Hagaman Memorial Library will host “Holiday Lights,” a lively musical presentation by Francine Evans and Joel Zelnik, from 2-3 p.m. on Saturday, December 5. The concert will be held live on the Library’s Facebook page at: www.facebook.com/isaac.hagaman. Sing along to such tunes as “Santa Claus is Coming to Town,” “Jingle Bells,” and “Let it Snow!” The lyrics to the medleys will be posted on the Library’s Facebook page the day […]

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Bracket Madness – Halloween Candy Favorites!

This October, we are challenging you to help us find the best Halloween candy around! Defend your favorites so that they will reign supreme as the ultimate confectionary champion! Each week will bring on a new round – We’ll start off with 32 and slowly work our way down to the single best candy! To participate, all you need to […]

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“Christmas in the Colonies” Presented on Zoom by Grounded Goodwife on Friday evening, December 18 at 7:00 p.m.!

Join us on Zoom on Friday evening, December 18 at 7:00 p.m. as we host Velya Jancz Urban and Ehris Urban of Grounded Goodwife for a presentation called “Christmas in the Colonies.” Christmas in the New England Colonies was, for the most part, just another day. Celebrating Christmas was outlawed in most of New England. Puritans and Protestants detested the entire celebration and likened it to “pagan rituals.” But, some colonists enjoyed an array of festivities, such […]

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Virtual Programs for Teens – November

Dungeons & Dragons November 3rd & 17th – 5:00 to 7:00 PM Are you seeking adventure? Want to explore a fantasy world? Then stop in and join us for an afternoon of Dungeons and Dragons!  We’re starting a new campaign for our Dungeons and Dragons sessions: Ghosts of Saltmarsh! Want to join in on the fun? Sign-up with the teen librarian […]

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Did you Miss “Agatha is Missing…A Murder Mystery Performance” by Prudence Wright Holmes? View the YouTube Video here!

Click here to view the 2019 Edinburgh Festival’s performance of “Agatha is Missing” by actress Prudence Wright Holmes.  Prudence Wright Holmes is an actor and writer. She had featured roles in the films Sister Act I and II with Whoopi Goldberg, The Exorcist II with Richard Burton, Kingpin with Woody Harrelson, In Dreams with Annette Bening and the upcoming films My Own Love Song with Renee Zellweger, After.Life with Liam Neeson, Boardwalk Empire with […]

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In-Person HTAG Returns!

In-person HTAG is returning! Any teens interested in joining the Hagaman Teen Advisory Group can now join us for outdoors meetings starting on Wednesday, August 19th. Help us plan new programs for teens and pick new titles to add to our young adult collection! Plus, earn one hour of community service for each session you attend! All middle and high […]

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November New Releases at Hagaman Memorial Library! Also, check out the November issue of BookPage!

Click here to see the video presentation of November new fiction available at the library by Cynthia Gwiazda, Community Services Librarian. Enjoy this video presented by Cynthia Gwiazda, Community Services Librarian, as she discusses some new fiction titles available to borrow at Hagaman Memorial Library this November, 2020! The genres covered include historical fiction, coming of age stories, Literary fiction, LGBTQ […]

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Imagine Your Story – Teen Summer Reading

It will be a very special kind of summer, one we’re sure to remember forever! Although “in person” programs will not be meeting for a while longer, we continue our Hagaman tradition of daily events for kids of all ages, described on the www.hagamanlibrary.org website, as well as on the Facebook page for Hagaman Library.  Our theme this summer is Imagine […]

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Want to make the Library a better place? Join HTAG or JTAG!

Are you a high school student looking for community service? Are you interested in making the library a better place? Do you like free food? Join the Hagaman Teen Advisory Group (HTAG)! Help us plan programs, play-test games, and make the library a better place to hang out! Free snacks are served. We meet weekly every Friday afternoon from 3:00 […]

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