Lunar New Year program is full, but there is a waiting list.

Update Jan. 23, 2014

As of this morning, the Lunar New Year Program is full.  In the event that a family is unable to make the program, we ask that they contact the library so we may call someone on our waiting list. Thank you! 

Children and their families are invited to join a special program to celebrate the Lunar New Year. We will explore the legend of the Chinese Dragon and create a dazzling painted horse! This program has been designed for children ages 3 to 12 years old. 

 

How to become a ★ STAR ★ @ the library!

In December 2013, there were 269 children who played the Polar Express I Spy game! This month, our I Spy game will give children the opportunity to become a star ★ of the library!

Stop by the front desk to let us know that you would like to take part in this fun and educational game. Upon completion, each child  will earn a star which will be placed  on our star bulletin board. They will also get to choose a prize from our treasure chest.  You may play as often as you would like, but please be aware that  prizes are limited to one treasure box prize, per child, each month.

Teens: Celebrate the Holidays With a Movie and Treats

School's out! Time for a party! On Thursday, December 19th starting at 4pm, drop by for cookies, hot cocoa, and a movie. Would you like to have a nightmare before Christmas? How about following the adventures of a misfit Elf as he searches for his family in New York City? Just be careful, you might shoot your eye out. 

The Polar Express Adventure Continues

As a child, my grandfather always set up his vintage model train at Christmas. At that time, toy trains were often thought of as "toys for boys," but luckily my grandfather did not buy into that nonsense. He knew, that in my eyes, his single Lionel "toy" train was truly a thing of beauty, and I looked forward to seeing it every year. I know that there are a lot of people, young and old alike, who still enjoy trains.