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Things We Love - Turmoil

Drill for oil like it’s 1899! Turmoil is a video game with a mix of puzzle solving and oil empire building all set in the Old West. Choose between four characters to play, and build up your oil empire by trying to mine as much oil and make as much money as you can from each map. For…

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Catching Pokémon

Nearly overnight, Pokémon Go has swept into my life and brought me and my millennial brethren into a paradise land of nostalgia, comradery, and exercise. Over 20 years have passed since the release of the very first Pokémon game, and now people like me who grew up playing these games have a chance to finally see these adorable little creatures…

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More Characters than Twitter: Meet Jen

Jen has been our Adult Services Librarian for the last three years. Prior to that, she worked as the Teen Librarian at the Irondequoit Library. She has her BA in English Education, MS in Reading Education, and MS in Library and Information Science. If you’re looking for a new book to read, Jen highly recommends that you give Read More

More Characters than Twitter: Meet Emily

Meet Emily Kleykamp! In addition to being our Teen Services Clerk, Emily also works as our Minecraft Guru. Before starting as a volunteer in 2013, Emily obtained her BA in Classical Humanities, with a minor in History, and a focus in Communication from Miami University (the one in Ohio, not the one in Florida). “In fact”—claims the proud Miami Alum—“Miami…

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Mark the Mailman & Friends Have the Blues

Join us on Thursday, August 4 at 7pm as Mark the Mailman and his friends return to entertain us with their blues performance. We’ll be on the library lawn enjoying the cool music, free ice cream, and tattoos for kids. See you there!

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Would You Like a Bag with Those Books?

Buy one of our awesome HPL book bags and you’ll have no worries about taking that big stack of books home! They are sturdy and roomy and fun to show off, and a real deal at $8. Get yours in red or navy while supplies last.

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