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Posted on: September 23, 2021

Greek Weird Wave


‘Greek Weird Wave’ refers to the emergence of a subversive brand of films in the last two decades which explore political and cultural issues in unusual unsettling ways. Hilarious dispositions, uncomfortable walks of fiction, or awkward scenescapes are al...

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Greek Weird Wave Recommendation Library News
Posted on: June 1, 2021

Celebrating México


La Independencia de México also known as "Grito de Dolores" is widely celebrated on September 16th. In 1810, Padre Miguel Hidalgo, called every citizen together to Dolores, Mexico where he made an inspiring speech of rebellion to figh...

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Celebrating México Library News
Posted on: June 1, 2021

Welcome to Boca!


Boca Raton, comes from boca de ratones, a Spanish term meaning “rat's mouth” that appeared on early maps and referred to hidden sharp-pointed rocks that gnawed or fretted ships' cables. Whether you are a new resident ...

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Welcome to Boca! Library News
Posted on: June 1, 2021

American Chess Day


September 1st - American Chess Day - is next week! Check out one of our chess sets from our You Can Borrow That! collection. Looking to up your game? We have a great selection of instructional titles. Want to explore further? Find books and movies that ce...

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American Chess Day Library News
Posted on: June 1, 2021

Un-Bee-Lievable Tales for Kids


Kids can indulge their sweet tooth with these items about honey and bees.

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