Maker Monday celebrates the red, white and blue this Monday,May 23 at 4:30 pm

On Monday, May 23 at 4:30 pm, children 5-12 years old can make a craft stick American flag to display for upcoming patriotic events.   This program will be the last of the Maker Monday sessions until the new school year in September.   Tickets are required.  They are free and available starting 30 minutes before the program.   Thank you to the Friends of Freeman Library for their financial support for this program and others throughout the year.

TGIF Programs - Spring Into A Spring Roll: A Food Demo - Friday!


Adults - please join TGIF Programs in the Children's Activity Space on Friday, May 20 at 10:30 AM for the "Spring into a Spring Roll: A Food Demo" event. Freeman staff will show the audience how to make tasty spring rolls. This food demo is part of the Freeman Cultural Series (‪#‎FMCulturalSeries‬).

This free event will require no registration. The refreshments prepared in this event will be provided by the Friends of Freeman Library.

TGIF Programs Tech Q&A Series - This Friday!


Adults - The TGIF Programs' popular “Technology Question & Answer” Series continues in the upstairs Training Lab Friday, May 13 at 10:30 AM. Seize the opportunity to ask people at Freeman Library about computers, smartphones, mobile devices, and eMedia from the HCPL Digital Media Catalog. Please feel free to bring along your portable technology devices.This will be the last Technology Q&A session before the Summer Break.

#FMCulturalSeries Film Night is Thursday!

Adults - In honor of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month the Freeman Library will be showing the 2006 film The Namesake, starring Irrfan Khan and Kal Penn. If you miss this night, the film will have an encore during the TGIF Programs Friday Film Series on May 27 at 10:15 am.

Celebrate Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month at Freeman Library

Children ages 5-12 years old can celebrate Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month at Freeman Library on Thursday, May 12 at 4:30 pm.  We'll be featuring crafts and foods from Japan.  We'll be making a ninja, creating a Japanese cherry blossom picture, decorating a ceremonial drum, and tasting treats inspired by Japan.  We'll also have books, activities, and music from other Asian-Pacific countries.

Tickets are required for this program.  They are free and available in the Children's Department starting 30 minutes before the program.  Thanks to the Friends of Freeman Library for their generous support for this program and others throughout the year.