The latest happening at the library

Fact Checking Fiction: Military-Themed Recommendations by Nathan

November 11, 2020

Again and again throughout history, veterans have turned to art as a means of coming to terms with their military experiences. Some have painted, others have written songs, and still more have made movies. Perhaps more than any other medium, however, literature has allowed veterans to grapple with their time in service and communicate to […]

New Book Trail!

November 9, 2020

We’ve got another family outdoot activity for you this month! A new book trail is up at Krepps Park between the playground and the dog park. Read through an entire story as you take in the art and outdoors. This month’s book is “Hiking Day” by Anne Rockwell. Send us photos of your family at […]

Choose Your Own Adventure

November 5, 2020

Learn how a story unfolds with the roll of a dice in our virtual gathering of the 2020-2021 Choose Your Own Adventure book series on November 19th at 6:00pm on Facebook Live! Visit new places and attempt new things each month as we go through each book in the series until May 2021. This month, […]

Teen Subscription Box

November 3, 2020

You have until November 8th at 5:00pm to register for the November Teen Subscription Box, “Myths and Legends!” Registration is limited to 12 teens ages 12-18. Sign up today: https://forms.gle/utZNukpabjduZwfT9 Receive curated library books (each registrant will receive a different set of library books that will need to be returned), Turn in your opinions about […]

Teen Novel Writing Workshop

October 26, 2020

As part of National Novel Writing Month (National Novel Writing Month or NaNoWriMo), John Fox, Reference Technician, and Amanda Young, Teen Specialist, will lead 3 virtual lessons (Nov 4, 11, and 18) for your teens. In this month-long writing project, we’ll focus on novella writing in soap-opera style–heavy on the drama and 100% silly. Don’t worry if you’ve […]