Monday, October 31, 2016

Happy Halloween

This weekend we started celebrating early with creepy crawlies, games, crafts, cookie decorating, and treat-or-treating around the library! Our annual Halloween party welcomed many wonderful characters to the library. A big thank you to our awesome volunteers!!


Can you guess whats in there? Could it be brains?

Don't let it drop!

Oreo Eyeballs

Mummy Making

Release the balloons!

Librarian Stephanie with Minnie Mouse! 

Saturday, October 29, 2016

Reading is Sweet - Holiday Programs

Holiday Programs Posted!

Registration is open for all November-December Programs!!

You can find a copy of our Program Brochure here, or stop by the Youth Services desk to pick one up. 

Highlighted Programs:

Create-A-Craft 12-3pm
Drop in a for a variety of make and take crafts! 
Tuesday, November 22nd
Wednesday, December 28th
Tuesday, January 3rd
Thursday, January 5th

Winter Break Bingo 3-4pm
Drop in for family fun Bingo!
Thursday, December 29
Friday, January 6th

Books & Bites Book Discussion
The Bad Beginning on Thursday November 17th at 4:30pm
Recommended Grades 4 & Up

YA Book Discussion:
The Selection on Monday November 28th at 4:30pm
Recommended Grades 8 & Up

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Community Service Hours

The Teen Volunteers page has been updated with dates for November & December. Check it out and call us today to register!

We are still looking for volunteers for our Halloween Party on Saturday, October 29th! Volunteers will help set up, run games, assist with simple crafts, and clean up. Volunteers must be 6th grade and up. Call us today! 

Thursday, October 13, 2016

Watch Out For Fred!!

Stephanie came across a new patron in the library today after Lego League finished!
Frightening Fred seems to be taking over the Youth Services Airplane! Watch out!! 

Here are some photos from October Lego League!

Saturday, October 8, 2016

Book Discussions with a Thrill

A Curious Tale of the In-Between 

by Lauren DeStephano

Thursday, October 27 @ 4:30pm 

Join us to talk about what you liked or didn't like about the book and eat snacks.

This ghost story blends heartwarming chills with the lesson of true friendship perfect for buddling up with a cool October night. Fans of Goosebumps, Neil Gaiman, Scary Stories, and Pseudonymous Bosch will enjoy.

A Monster Calls

By Patrick Ness

Thursday, October 13 @ 4:30pm

Join us for snacks and to talk about the book.

This intense story with darkly beautiful illustrations may be just the book your looking for this October. 

"The monster showed up after midnight. As they do. But it isn't the monster Conor's been expecting. he's been expecting the one form his nightmare, the nightmare he's had nearly every night since his mother started her treatments, the one with the darkness and the wind and the screaming... This monster, though, is something different..." 
*Recommended for Grades 8 & Up

Read it before the movie is released!