Tuesday Tales April 10th

Hugo and Eva will be our special furry guests at Tuesday Tales on April 10th. They are looking forward to seeing you!


National Library Week

April 8-14 is National Library Week, an annual celebration of the life-changing work of libraries, librarians and library workers. Libraries aren’t just places to borrow books or study– they-re also creative and engaging community centers where people can collaborate using new technologies and develop their skills and passions.

Libraries of all types have long been evolving to meet the needs of the communities they serve. Diverse groups including elected officials, small business owners, families and students depend upon libraries and the resources they offer. Resources like e-books, materials for English-language learners, access to the Internet and programming for all ages are just a few ways libraries and librarians are transforming to lead their communities. Community members can also develop their own leadership skills at the library with endless opportunity to build skills and confidence through resources and programming.

“The library helps lead our community by advocating for widespread access to crucial services and lifelong learning,” said Diana Urbom. “Libraries level the playing field for people of any age who seek information and access to technologies to improve their quality of life.




Stuffed Animal Sleepover

The Second Annual Stuffed Animal Sleepover was a success. A wide variety of fuzzy friends spent a couple of nights at the library and enjoyed several activities. They even tried out being the librarian and did a few tasks for Miss Cindy! Thank you to the kids who let their friends stay with us.

Alphabet Soup Preschool Story Program

Alphabet Soup will not meet on Wednesday, March 7th. Children who would like to participate in the Stuffed Animal Sleepover may bring their sleeping buddies to the front desk of the library to drop them off.

Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss!

Stuffed Animal Sleepover

Stuffed animal buddies are invited to spend the night at the library on Tuesday, March 6th and Wednesday, March 7th. Bring your stuffed animal to a preschool story program and then leave them to hang out with their friends. Your Friend can be picked up on Thursday, March 8th – Saturday, March 10th. Please choose a stuffed animal that is not your child’s favorite sleeping buddy. Call 995-6556 for details.

Lego Club will meet on March 3rd

Lego fans who are in Kindergarten through 4th grade and their parents are invited to Lego Club on Saturday, March 3rd. Join us in the community room from 10:00 a.m. to noon.

Dr. Seuss’ Birthday is March 2nd

Dr. Seuss was born on March 2, 1904. We have a special display and bulletin board honoring his special day. Please stop by the library and take home one of your favorite Dr. Seuss titles.

Library will be closed for Presidents Day on February 19

In observance of Presidents Day the library will be closed on Monday, February 19.

Story programs on Tuesdays and Wednesdays

Preschool kids and parents: Please join us for stories and fun at our preschool story programs.

Tuesday, February 13 @ 6:30 p.m. Tuesday Tales “Valentines & Vacations” (ages 2 through 5 years)
Wednesday, February 14 @10:30 a.m. Alphabet Soup “Valentines & Vacations” (ages 3 through 5 years)

Tuesday, February 20 @10:30 a.m. Jingles & Rhymes “Trains on the Track” (ages 18 months through 3 years)
Tuesday, February 20 @ 6:30 p.m. Tuesday Tales “Friends & Frogs”(ages 2 through 5 years)
Wednesday, February 21 @10:30 a.m. Alphabet Soup “Friends & Frogs” (ages 3 through 5 years)