Adult programs

Wednesday Evening Book Discussion Group

Meets the first Wednesday of  every month at 6:30 p.m. The group reads a variety of current fiction and non-fiction titles.

 

Monday Afternoon Book Discussion Group

Meets the third Monday of every month at 1:30 p.m. The group reads a variety of current fiction and non-fiction titles.

 

Classics Book Discussion Group

Meets the second Monday at  6:30 p.m. during March, April, May and June, and September, October, November and December.

 

Adult Knitting Group

Meets every Thursday throughout the fall and spring, and then once each month during the summer months. Members work on their individual projects and provide their own materials. Instructors are on hand to advise and assist.

 

We also offer Classic Movies for Adults at different times throughout the year, as well as Special Programs on a variety of topics. Check this website's calendar for more information.

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Teen time

Family Laptime

An interactive Story Time for babies, toddlers and their siblings.

Spring session: March and April.

Summer session: June & July.

Fall Session: October & November.

 

Preschool Story Time

Books, songs, and activities for children who have celebrated their third birthday and are potty trained.

Spring session: March and April.

Fall Session: October & November.

 

Family Story Time

Join us the first Saturday of each month for books, crafts and songs.

 

Summer Reading Program

A comprehensive program for all ages, including Wednesday elementary school programs, Puppet Theater Workshop, Bookworms Book Discussion group, Family Film Festival, and Fairytale Theater.

 

StoryTelling Festival!

Five professional storytellers on stage and fun activities including balloon art, crafts, horse drawn trolley rides, costumed characters, wandering entertainers and ghost stories around the bonfire.

 

Creative Writing Critique Group

Open to students in 7th-12th grades. Meets every two weeks, year round.

 

Book Discussion Groups

Hooked on Books—6th-8th grade

Just 4 Girls—7th-12th grade

Food 4 Thought—9th-12th grade

 

Annual Haunted Library

When October leaves begin to fall and pumpkins flicker, your favorite books come to life at the library with costumed characters and scenes.

 

Other events include Author Visits and Special Family Nights - Check the calendar for our current schedule!

Just for kids

Our programs provide a space for that exploration that’s fun and relevant to the lives of our readers. Through creative writing critique and book discussion groups, our Storytelling Festival, adult knitting group, and more, children and adults alike have the opportunity to share ideas and inspiration. 

 

We believe curiousity should be explored.