Come check out our Makerspace! Tools and materials are provided. No registration necessary.
Join us for an author visit with Fred Small to celebrate his new picture book Everything Possible. Everything Possible is based on Fred’s iconic folk song—a joyful lullaby about love and acceptance. This picture book celebrates friendship and gently encourages all children to choose their own path, wherever it may take them. Fred’s classic song “Everything
This month we will be reading Strictly No Elephants by Lisa Mantchev. Register online here, then swing by the library to pick up a copy of your book! Books will be available starting approximately one month before each meeting. Please note: this club is only for children in 1st grade. Registration is required. Registration for our
For teens in grades 6-8 Chameleon: Middle School is the library's drop-in group for LGBTQIAP+ youth and allies in grades 6-8. With a focus on a different theme each month, come chat, connect, do fun projects, and play games in a safe, open, and welcoming space! No one is required to disclose any aspect of
For teens in grades 9-12 Chameleon: High School is the library's drop-in group for LGBTQIAP+ youth and allies in grades 9-12. With a focus on a different theme each month, come chat, connect, do fun projects, and play games in a safe, open, and welcoming space! No one is required to disclose any aspect of
For teens in middle school and high school. Learn, create, break, and build things in the Maker Space. There are no assigned projects in this program - it is designed for you to come in to explore and experiment with different making tools. Registration for this program will begin on November 1. If you have
Second Tuesday of the month at 7:00 p.m. September 12: Fly Girls by Keith O'Brien October 10: Thursday Murder Club by Robert Osman November 14: December '41 by William Martin December 12: Come Fly the World: the Jet-Age Story of the Women of Pan Am by Julie Cook January 9: South to America: a Journey
For kids in 4th and 5th grade only This month, we’re reading The National Parks: Preserving America's Wild Places by Falynn Koch: Turn back the clock to 1872, when Congress established Yellowstone National Park as an area of unspoiled beauty for the "benefit and enjoyment of the people." Meet the visionaries, artists, and lovers of the