Seating is limited; first come, first served. Doors open 15 minutes before the program begins and you may save one seat for a friend.
Keeping Seniors active and mobile is the focus of these twice weekly classes. Focus on strength, balance, conditioning, flexibility and having fun.
Nurture your toddler's love of books through music, movement and stories while helping to develop their language, motor and social skills.
Drop in and explore a variety of sensory activities that will stimulate your child’s mind. Sensory play, art experiences and gross motor activities will be provided.
Great used books at bargain prices! Sponsored by the Friends of the Library.
Show off your creative gingerbread masterpiece! Contest entries will be accepted in four categories and prizes will be awarded in each category by popular vote and by judges' choice.
Join us for a lively and informal discussion of a variety of thought-provoking titles! This month's selection is A Constellation of Vital Phenomena by Anthony Marra.
Teen-only fun for you and your friends at the library! Stop by for activities that may include board games, food and more.
For teens in grades 9-12. Come to the library for a concentrated study jam. While you prep for exams you can enjoy delicious snacks and stress relief activities.
Stop in and try something new or bring in your own project!
Come see the Bookmobile team at the beginning of the Great Start Collaborative Parent meeting!
Register for a Library card!
Pre-registration is required and opens November 18.
Join us for a fun, informal book discussion. This month's selection is There There by Tommy Orange.
Pre-registration opens November 18 and is required. When the waitlist is full, the registration buttons disappear because registration is closed.