• Children’s Programs
  • Teen Programs
  • Adult Programs
  • Laser Moose and Rabbit Boy series
  • Regular Meeting Minutes – December 20, 2017

Teen Zine – March 30, 2018

Share your writing, artwork, and/or photography with other teens and help create our ‘zine. Submissions accepted at meetings, the library’s Information Desk (download the form) or online. No Registration necessary. Drop-in. For grades 6-12.


The Fray: Stitchery Club – March 2018

Drop in and join the Fray.  This stitchery club is for experienced and novice alike. Whether you knit, crochet, cross-stitch, or work another needle craft, come share.  Bring your own supplies and projects. For ages 10 & up. Drop in, no registration or ticket required.


Lego® Club – Monday, March 26, 2018

Tackle a suggested challenge with the library’s LEGO bricks. Select either 5:30PM or 6:30 PM session only. For ages 5-12. Children attend on their own. If child is under 10, parents/caregivers must remain in the library.


A Wrinkle in Time Celebration – March 22, 2018

We’re throwing a party to celebrate the release of the new movie adaptation of “A Wrinkle in Time,” by Madeleine L’Engle.  Join us for fun activities and discussion of this classic children’s book. Registration is required and begins March 1, 2018. For ages 9-14.


Volunteens – March 22, 2018

Meet once a month to volunteer at the library.  Earn volunteer hours and make new friends.  We will work together on various projects, and participants will have opportunities to help out with other library events. Registration is required and begins January 29, 2018. For grades 6-12.


Color On: Coloring For Adults – March 2018

Come out and treat yourself to some relaxation time: color, listen to music, and socialize. We’ll supply coloring sheets and a limited number of colored pencils and markers. You are welcome to bring your own for more variety. For ages 16 and up. Registration is required and begins January 16.


55+: Eating for Bone Health – Monday, March 19, 2018

According to the National Osteoporosis Foundation, 28 million Americans suffer from either osteoporosis or low bone mass, resulting in an increased risk for fractures.  Weight-bearing physical activity and a healthy diet can help you prevent bone health issues.  Julie Holbrook, Registered Dietitian will teach you which nutrients are important for bone health and where to find these nutrients in every day foods. For ages 55 and up. Registration is required…


Pajamarama- Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Visit the library in your PJs for bedtime stories and a snack with Miss Michelle. Geared for families of 2-6 year olds. Children attend with caregiver/parent. Registration is required and begins Monday, February 19, 2018

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