Registration for the Summer Reading Programs is open.
Celebrate Batman's 75th Anniversary and cast your vote for your favorite Batman actor here.
Did you know? Children who do not read over the summer will lose more than two months of reading achievement. Here are some things families can do to keep children reading over the summer:
Read more about summer learning loss and find additional reading resources at Reading is Fundamental.
We look forward to seeing you and your kids at the Library this summer!
Kids ages eight and up who already know how to play chess are invited to sign up for Wednesday matches that will conclude with a Library tournament. More details available at the Youth Services Desk.
Includes short stories, songs, and finger plays. For parents and Children ages 6-23 months.
Attendee must be between the ages of 6 Months and 23 Months old.
Attendee's birthday must be between 9/8/2011 and 3/9/2013.
“Story Time” is for children ages three to five with an accompanying adult. Picture books on weekly themes are combined with stories shared through flannel boards, action rhymes and other media.
Attendee's birthday must be between 10/10/2007 and 10/10/2010.