Get to know other families and help your baby develop listening and language skills while you gather and play. We provide the space and a variety of sensory and play activities.
Move and groove together with action rhymes, songs, games and hands-on musical activities that will help children develop motor, listening and literacy skills.
Preschoolers enjoy stories, rhymes, music, movement and more as they build their early literacy skills and develop a love of reading.
This sensory-based storytime encourages your child to explore their senses with an introduction of rhymes, stories and songs followed by hands-on exploratory sensory play.
Keeping Seniors active and mobile is the focus of these twice weekly classes. Focus on strength, balance, conditioning, flexibility and having fun.
Join us for a lively and informal discussion of a variety of thought-provoking titles! This month's selection is Things We Couldn't Say by Diet Eman.
3, 2, 1 BLAST OFF! Come down to your local library and learn all about the world outside of our own!
Teen-only fun for you and your friends at the library! Stop by for activities that may include board games, food and more.
Create together! Drop-in for an open craft session, featuring a new craft each month for you to create and take home!
Pre-registration opens August 19 and is required. When the waitlist is full, the registration buttons disappear because registration is closed. Ladies, join D
Share ideas and skills while making new friends. Bring your own quilting, appliqué, knitting or crochet projects and supplies. This is not an instructor-led activity.
This program has a waitlist.
Join us for a fun, informal book discussion. This month's selection is A Murder for the Books by Victoria Gilbert.
Pre-registration opens August 19 and is required. Learn to create a few different types of succulent plants from felt.