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Join us for a windy, whirly good time with puppets and poetry to welcome in the month of March.
Freshen up your decor with these easy Mod Podge bowls.
It's like making a lasagna with plants.

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Do we save animals, or do they save us? More than likely, it's a bit of both. Experience the powerful true story behind @amrasabicPHD's The Cat I Never Named, today's #BookfaceFriday. @BloomsburyPub

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Zoom with Robin Wall Kimmerer, award-winning author and decorated professor, speaking on "What Does the Earth Ask of Us?"


#WomensHistoryMonth Proud to partner with @AlachuaLibrary for the #NEABigRead


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Beginning in 1912, the Federal government, seeking local backing for the national currency, authorized banks who were participating in the early Federal Reserve program to have national currency printed in their own name by the U. S. Mint. The currency was delivered in sheets and cut up into individual bills by the local banks. In the days of the Great Depression, the First National Bank of Gainesville had its name next to Lincoln's on about $100,000 worth of local bills. But "Gainesville money" had a short life and this 1929-series bill was recalled in 1934.