Friday, June 3 | 5:30 – 6:30 pm
Calling all dads! Do you have a school-aged daughter and need help with her hair? Join us for a class on hair basics teaching you how to:
- Properly brush hair to reduce breakage
- Do a basic braid
- Do a neat ponytail
- Do an easy bun
We’ll also answer all your basic hair-related questions!…
June 6 – July 25, 2022
Registration & Reading starts June 6. The first 50 participants who register for the program receive a free t-shirt.
Log your reading throughout the summer to earn prizes!…
Thursdays, 10 – 11 am, Pre-Readers Storytime (ages 0-4)
Tuesdays, 10 – 11 am, Children’s Program (ages 5-10)
Thursdays, 3 – 4:30 pm, Tween & Teen Program (ages 11-17)
Join us for stories, crafts, and activities all summer long! Earn extra reading minutes for attending Summer Reading programs!…
Saturday, June 25 & July 16 | 1 – 3 pm
Join us for a fun craft! Earn extra reading minutes for attending Summer Reading programs!…
Thursdays | 9:30 am
Take a CLEP or DSST practice test before you take your exam. Results provided immediately…
January 1 – December 31, 2022
Are you ready for a challenge? Pick up a reading Bingo form to work on throughout the year! Turn in your form when it’s completed or by Dec 31, 2022 to be entered into prize drawings!…
You can access the library catalog at Catalog »
The Children’s Room has materials in multiple formats and in different collections to meet the special needs of your child…
Tuesdays | 10 am | ages 2-8+ (children of all ages welcome)
Children can come enjoy an out loud storybook reading and participate in a take-and-make craft project afterward.
24/7 Kids can call 731-4640 and listen to a short (3 – 5 minutes) story. | New story available every Thursday morning…
Need your phone, tablet, laptop or other electronic device charged up quickly?—Then come to the Library for the new Charging Station by Kwikboost.
It is fast, free and secure.,,
Check out the e-book databases: EBSCO eBooks, Gale ebooks, One Click Digital, Safari Books and TumbleBooks Cloud for kids & teens. There are also a variety of eAudiobook databases: AudioCloud, EBSCO eAudio and TumbleBooks for beginner readers.
There are more than 100 online resources FREE to you.,,
Have a paperback or magazine you have read, but no longer want? OR need a magazine or book to take with you traveling? OR looking for an interesting read? Then bring it to the Library and exchange it for a new one…