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Make Way for March!

The month of March is most commonly known as National Women's History Month but with only twelve months in a year, it will have to share with these holidays:
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March is also known as National Peanut Month and March 1st is designated as Peanut Butter Lovers Day. Take this chance to learn some great peanut recipes at your library!

March is alsoHealthy snacks1.jpg home to National Nutrition Month. This campaign is designed to focus attention on the importance of making good food choices. Read about nutrition and healthy eating at your library!
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Get crafting! March has also been designated National Craft Month. Check out some great craft books and dvds at your library and make sure to try one of these craft classes at your local library!

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