Activities

1000 Books Before Kindergarten (Youth)

The goal is to read 1,000 books before your child starts kindergarten. Visit the youth area anytime to pick up a booklet and get started. This is a work at your own pace program. Prizes will be awarded when you reach 500 and 1,000 books.
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Arts & Crafts for Adults: To Go (Adult)

Explore your creative side with a project that is ready for you to make when the time is right for you. Registration is required. Craft packets may be picked up at the front desk and a how-to video will be shared on Facebook and our website.
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Banned Book Month (Adult, Teen)

Celebrate your freedom to read and check out a challenged book from our display! You'll be entered in a drawing for a library tote bag! This event highlights books that have been challenged in libraries around the world.
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Card Crafting: To Go (Adult)

Make your own greeting cards with the library! Each month we’ll have a special project all ready to go. Packets may be picked up at the front desk and a how-to video will be shared on Facebook and our website. Registration is required.
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Classic Tales Reading Challenge (Youth, Teen, Adult)

Read classic titles and/or re-tellings of classic titles or stories. Write the titles you read on your challenge form and submit by Monday, November 30 at 9:00 pm. Those who submit challenge forms will be entered into a prize drawing.
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Family Fri-Yay! Challenge (Youth, Teen, Family)

Find a new in-home challenge posted on our Facebook page at 6:00 pm on the second Friday of the month. These challenges can be completed using everyday items found in the home.
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Food for Fines (Youth, Teen, Adult)

Pay your overdue fees and help your community at the same time! For each non-perishable food item you bring in, we waive $1.00 in library fines from your account.
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Knot Just Knitting (Youth, Teen, Adult)

Love to knit, crochet, cross-stitch, or create other fiber arts? This is the group for you! Drop-in for fun, friends, and fiber! Limited to 10 people per room with social distancing and face masks highly suggested. Registration is not required.
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Library Card Sign-Up Month (Youth, Teen, Adult)

September is Library Card Sign-up Month! Anyone who signs up for a card for the first time will get a Wonder Woman sticker and bookmark. All of our cardholders can take part in two special challenges with associated prize drawings.
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Open Book Club (Adult)

The "Open Book Club" is library-sponsored and open to anyone ages 18+. Meetings are held on the second Monday of every month starting at 6:30 pm. Due to Covid-19, we will be meeting via Zoom and on Goodreads. We welcome everyone who is interested!
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Pub Quiz Online Edition (Adult)

Join us online to play a quiz game!
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Virtual Crafternoon (Youth)

Celebrate National Taco Day!! Listen to Miss Shawna read "Dragons Love Tacos" by Adam Rubin and then create a fire breathing dragon craft.
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Virtual Lego Club (Youth, Teen)

Calling all LEGO builders! We will provide a challenge for you to build at home using your LEGO or similar building product. Share a photo of your creation in the comments of our Facebook post that week for a chance to win a LEGO prize!
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Watercolor Wednesdays Online (Adult)

Are you missing Watercolor Wednesdays with April? Get your creative juices flowing with our mini-classes online. Each month we'll highlight a simple project you can do from home. Classes are viewable on Facebook and on our website.
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Writer's Block Online (Adult)

An informal writing group that meets twice a month via Zoom. No experience necessary. For more information contact Christine Walsh.
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