Winter Reading Program

January 1st through February 28th

Read for a better world logoAll ages are invited to explore diversity, action, and empathy through our Winter Reading Challenge, "Read for a Better World". Sign up online or use the Beanstack app to track your reading progress between Jan 1st and Feb 28th. Top-performing libraries will earn prizes including book collections, signed books, and virtual author visits. Those who complete the challenge will earn a prize and be invited to our Seussabration.


Simple Soaps & Bath Bombs

Program has been CANCELED

Tuesday, February 8       6:00 - 7:00 PMbars of soap

6th to 12th graders, learn to DIY! We'll teach you how to make simple festive soaps and lightly scented bath bombs. We will be making conversation hearts, great for Valentine's Day and bath bombs that will be great for winter relaxing or gift giving. Register online or at the Circulation Desk.

Teen Advisory Board

Teens jumpingCalling all 6-12 graders, the Teen Advisory Board needs you to share ideas and abilities to make our library and the community a better place. Have fun and use your talents to make a difference as you add terrific community service experience to your resume. Our fall meetings will run from 4:30 to 5:30 PM on the following Mondays:

February 14th

Dare to Doodle

Tuesday, February 22       6:00 - 7:00 PM

colored pencilsExplore creative exercises for a healthy noodle. Not an artist? No problem! When you dare to doodle, no artistic ability is required. We will add a twist to a famous painting, finish a fun party scene, and complete & caption a funny cartoon. Doodling has no wrong answer. Register online or at the Circulation Desk.

Libraries Rock

Do you collect and paint rocks? Or would you like topainted rock make this a fun summer activity for the family? Help the library build a painted rock collection in our reading garden! We invite you to place decorated rocks in the library’s reading garden for someone else to find and enjoy. Likewise, feel free to take rocks you find at the library and plant them at other rock-friendly locations.