May News Letter

Our May News Letter is now available! Click here to read about all the latest happenings at our company.

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Upcoming Events

Here at the library we have a lot of events going on this month. We have our book club, movie club, and poetry club all meeting this month. We also have a special event where we will be having a discussion about the upcoming presidential election. Make sure to check out our website or stop by the front desk to pick up a copy of the newsletter for more information.

5/6- Cinco de Mayo

Come celebrate Cinco de Mayo with us on May 6th! We will have plenty of traditional Mexican food and drinks for everyone to enjoy. There will also be live music and entertainment throughout the day. Don’t miss out on this fun-filled event!

5/14- Mother’s Day

Happy Mother’s Day to all the moms out there! We hope you get to relax and enjoy your special day. If you’re looking for something to do, check out our list of events below.
-5/9: Cinco de Mayo Celebration
-5/14: Mother’s Day
-5/27: Memorial Day

Recent Posts

Stay up to date with the May News Letter! This month we discuss the benefits of autoblogging, the newest Google algorithm update, and how to improve your website’s SEO. We also have a featured article on the pros and cons of coding in Python.

5/1- National Teacher’s Day

National Teacher’s Day is celebrated on the first Tuesday of May. This year, Teacher’s Day falls on May 7. The day honors teachers for their dedication and helps raise awareness about the profession.

5/3- National Nurses Day

Happy National Nurses Day! A big thank you to all the nurses out there for everything you do!

In the News

Here is your monthly update on what is going on in the world. Stay up to date on the latest news stories with this comprehensive list of headlines.

5/5- National Day of Prayer

May 7th marks the National Day of Prayer, a day where Americans across the country come together to pray for the nation. This year’s theme is “Pray for America – Unity,” and people of all faiths are encouraged to participate.

The National Day of Prayer has a long history in the United States, with the first official day of prayer being declared by President George Washington in 1789. In 1952, President Harry Truman signed a joint resolution from Congress designating an annual National Day of Prayer. Each year since, the president has issued a proclamation encouraging Americans to pray on this day.

There are many events planned across the country for the National Day of Prayer. You can find a list of events in your area on the National Day of Prayer website. Whether you choose to attend an event or simply take a moment to pray on your own, we hope you will join us in prayer for our nation on May 7th.

5/7- National Day of Service

In honor of National Day of Service, we will be closed on Monday, May 28th. We will be open our regular hours on Saturday, May 26th and Sunday, May 27th.

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