Book Club Meetings

Our book club has been on hold since the onset of this pandemic.

All interested parties: please let us know if you would like to meet virtually with a book club this fall or if you would prefer to wait until we can meet in person again.


Thank you to those who applied for the part-time Library Assistant position. We have filled the position and are excited to welcome a new team member to our staff!

Summer Reading is Here!

Summer Reading 2020 has arrived, and is completely online this year!

Make sure to sign up for the reading challenge with Reader Zone, and check out our Facebook page to see all of the awesome digital programming we have this summer.

For more information, check out the Summer Reading page, under the Events tab.

Facebook Picture Books

A weekly video series on Facebook will start Saturday, May 2nd, featuring excellent picture books that won’t be seen during our story times due to their content, length, or complexity. These books are perfect for older children, adults, and younger children with guidance from adults. We will keep them up for the length of time desired by the publishers.

Facebook Read-aloud

Starting on Tuesday, June 21st, with a preview on the 20th, our youth services librarian will be reading aloud this chapter book on Facebook, releasing a chapter a day.

Wish, by Barbara O’Connor, is about Charlie, an 11 year old girl who is sent to live with her aunt and uncle, whom she has never met. She has made the same wish every day since 4th grade, but she’s still waiting for it to come true.

Listen in as Charlie figures out what it means to be a family. Heartfelt and sweet, this book is meant for older elementary students, but adults will enjoy it as well.

Thank you to Macmillan Publishing Group, who is allowing their books to be shared during this time.

Free Books

We want to get books into readers’ hands! To help make that happen, there will be free books at Casey’s and Dick’s Valley Market while supplies last. A variety of children’s and adult books are included.

Edit: More were added 4/23 and 4/30.

Facebook Live Story Time

2nd Edit: Stay tuned to find out when we will be scheduling fall story times! Reach out to us at the library to say if Thursday evenings or Friday mornings would work better for you and your family.

Edit: As long as our situation stays the same, I plan to have story times on Facebook Live, Fridays at 10:30:

Our first virtual story time today was a success! As our current situation stands, I am planning to have another live-streamed story time on Friday, March 27th, at 10:30.