Dot Day

Friday, September 15th
Drop-in 10 am – 4 pm
It’s International Dot Day!  Join us for a day of dot-themed activities that will spark creativity and inspiration!
We’ll connect the dots, create dot art and play dotty games!

School’s Out Programs

Movie & Popcorn
Wednesday, October 11 1:30 pm

haunted house
Haunted Houses Craft

Wednesday, October 18 1:00 – 4:00 pm

S.T.E.M. Squad

Light up circuits, slime and more!
Kids in 3rd-5th grades will learn and apply basic science, technology, engineering and math principles to design and build useful gadgets!  Club meetings are October 21st, November 18th and December 16th at 10:30 am.
Space is limited. Registration Required.

1,000 Books Before Kindergarten
1000 books before kindergarten

Ready, Set, READ! Are you up for the challenge?  Join parents and caregivers across the nation in a race to read 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten!  A toddler’s brain creates up to two MILLION new connections every second and reading aloud is the best way to grow those connections.  As a participant in this program, your child will receive a certificate for every 100 books read, a “book buddy” at 500 books, and special book bag when they reach 1,000 books.  Stop by the library service desk to register and receive your first reading log.

Tuesdays at 10:30 am August-September
play area

During the Storytime off-season bring your little ones to enjoy our puzzles, games, toys, and books! Both children and caregivers will enjoy the fun and socialization.  No registration required, just come and play!

Free Copies
During the months that school is in session, students in grades K-12 may receive up to 10 free copies per month for homework purposes.  Copies may be from a book or from the computer.  Students must register for a “Free Copy Card’ at the library service desk.  Additional copies are 15 cents each.