NORTH SALEM, N.Y. -- Ruth Keeler Memorial Library has been given money by the state to purchase new DVD's based on local residents' interests.
The library purchased 74 DVD's on the following topics:
World War I - to complement its discussion series this fall
Autism - to support a collection of books the library is jointly acquiring with the school district's Special Education PTO
Science for kids - to support library programs this summer and fall
Spanish language DVD's - to enlarge the Spanish language collection
And, given the rural nature of the community, the library also has DVDs on horses and riding, raising chickens, bees and goats, gardening and backyard food production.
The library is at 276 Titicus Road in North Salem.
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