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Far flung daughters: from Berlin in the 1930s to Stalinist Russia to the US Civil War to early 20th century Hawaii, these daughters fought, struggled, loved, and survived.
Summer: a time to travel, explore, and read about traveling and exploring.
June is the month in which we celebrate our lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning selves, family members, friends, neighbors, classmates, colleagues and community!
Spring is here for real! A time to break ground, plant seeds, tend to our plants, and of course, read.
April is the month in which we celebrate the words and work of poets. Among our new titles is one by Maplewood poet Sondra Gash.
For the past six years, Maplewood Memorial Library has celebrated local thinkers, movers and shakers in our Ideas Festival. This year you can hear and meet the authors .
Celebrating women activists.
This month’s focus is on African American artists, writers, activists, and theologians.