Pop-up Food for Fines
March 4 – 10 is Return Borrowed Books Week. The library will conduct a pop-up Food for Fines campaign during the week. We’re committed to remaining accessible for all our patrons, and it’s your opportunity to mitigate any oops that may have accumulated while helping our local food pantries at the same time. If you don’t have any fines, we’ll still accept your donation and make sure it gets where it can benefit so many in need.
Adult Craft Evenings
Once or twice a month the library hosts adult craft nights featuring easy projects that can be completed in about 2 hours. It’s an excellent opportunity to get out of the house and engage yourself in creative tasks to relieve the stress and strain of your busy schedule. Many of our crafts are things you’ve seen featured on Pinterest and haven’t had the time or energy to collect all the needed parts and pieces. Let us do that for you.
Thursday, February 22, at 6:00 PM we’ll be making gratitude jars. Oprah says, “The more grateful you are, the more present you become, the more joy you bring into your life.” Capture those thoughts and wishes for every day or a special event.
Tue Feb. 27Storytime Beginning at 10:30am, we'll read books, sing songs, and create fun craft projects. Meeting in the Children's Area.Read More
Wed Feb. 28Morning Knitting Our Morning Knitting Group meets weekly on Wednesdays at 9:30 AM. If you're a knitter and an early riser, this group is for you!Read More
Wed Feb. 28Teen Craft Teens are welcome to join us as we create a unique craft/art project to take home. Beginning at 4:00 pm in the Teen Area.Read More