It’s not too late for Summer Library Challenge participants to turn in their completed forms. Forms may be turned in through August 31. Storytime will be held on Thursday, August 25 at 10:15 AM. We will take a two week break from storytime in early September. The fall launch of storytime will be September 15. […]
The beginning of a new school year is a source of excitement that includes promising hopes and a bit of anxiety too. Books provide a wonderful way for youth to explore those mixed emotions. One book that does just that is The Day You Begin by Jacqueline Woodson and illustrated by Rafael López. This picture
Looking to beat the late summer break “I’m bored” blues? Youth and families are invited to attend a board game session on August 2, which will run 2:00-4:00 PM. Participants are welcome to drop in anytime during the session. Speaking of the lateness of the summer break…the school year is rapidly approaching, and the library
The library is hosting an escape room—Breakout the Superheroes—on August 16 and August 17. This event is family friendly, but success is more likely when the group includes a few middle/high school students or adults. Hourly time slots are available starting at 1:00 PM with the final time slot starting at 6:00 PM each night.
We’ve added a program to our summer offerings, so we have three Tuesday afternoon sessions for youth as summer heats up. In addition to By the Seeds of Your Plants on July 19 and Commotion in the Ocean on July 26, we’ve added a tabletop gaming program (Game On!) on August 2, which will run
It feels like the summer is flying by so quickly! We have three weeks of youth programs on Tuesday afternoons at 2:00 PM: Knock Your Socks Off on July 12, By the Seeds of Your Plants on July 19, and Commotion in the Ocean on July 26. Storytime continues on Thursdays at 10:15. We’re collaborating
The summer fun continues at the library! We have youth programs on Tuesday afternoons at 2:00 PM this month. The July 5 program (Nailed It!) features building and construction activities. The July 12 program (Knock Your Socks Off) provides an opportunity for participants to create a small stuffie (with a sock as a key component).
If you’ve stopped in the library recently, you may have noticed a poster attached to the main desk that has a grid of letters and colored square stickers stuck here and there. Every letter on this grid is coded to a specific color square. Each day you visit the library this summer, you may take
It’s not too late to register for the Summer Library Challenge! There are programs for all ages. Youth (ages birth through teen) may choose a new book to keep when they sign up and may choose another new book upon completion of the challenge. This year’s theme is Once A-Pond a Time. With the exception
Registration for the Summer Library Challenge starts this week. There are programs for all ages. All youth (birth through teen) who register for the Summer Library Challenge may choose a book to keep as part of the registration process. Those who successfully complete the challenge may choose a second book to keep. This year’s theme