Week of Events
Join us for the book discussion group with no assigned reading! You choose your own books, and then join us at the Library to share your thoughts about your latest reads. We'll meet in the gallery space downstairs. We read all kinds of books — old, new, fiction, non-fiction, mysteries, romance, etc.! Registration is required.
Enjoy a screening of Dog (PG-13, 101 minutes). Anyone under the age of 13 must be accompanied by an adult.
Mr. Rittner will share pictures and videos of his exciting trip to the Arctic -- don't miss this opportunity to learn about what makes this place so special and worth protecting!
Children up to the age of 7 and their caregivers are invited to this interactive program, bringing language and learning to the outdoors! Registration strongly encouraged.
Chapter Chat is our book club run by and for teens in grades 9-12! This is the club's first meeting of the new school year, so there is no specific book to read ahead of time. As always, there will be snacks! Follow the link below to register to attend. Click here to learn more…
Certified Master Beekeeper Paula Bal will explain everything you need to know to start your own beehive. Registration is recommended.
Children up to the age of 5 and their caregivers are invited to this interactive program, bringing language and learning to the outdoors! Registration strongly encouraged.
Yasmin’s no-impact classes can help you establish a better connection between the brain and body, while also gently strengthening the muscles that keep your body upright.