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Read a book, any book, to your newborn, infant, and/or toddler. The goal is to read 1,000 books before your little one starts Kindergarten! Download a printable Reading Log here.
Participate in our Book Character Pumpkin Decorating Contest or our Halloween Costume Contest. Get in the spooky holiday spirit. Emphasis on spirit!
Borrow one of the Library's hotspots to use at home. Comes with internet access. Simply connect your device via wi-fi to the hotspot and your are set to surf!
The Library has launched a virtual meeting room for local, nonprofit groups engaged in educational, cultural, intellectual, or charitable activities.
The Library is currently accepting 1 bag or 1 box (xerox sized) of books per patron per week. Click this link to see the donation criteria.
Request a Personalized Pick-Up and our Children’s Librarians will select them for you! We can choose items based on your child’s age, interests, and reading levels.
Now through September, enjoy A Big Mooncake for Little Star written by Grace Lin. Don your coziest jackets and come enjoy this heartwarming story!
Click above to view the Fall Event Guide, a booklet that details all of our upcoming programs for September, October & November. We have programming for babies through adults of all ages. Check it out!
Join us Wednesdays at 6:30 pm for virtual storytime! Put on your PJs, gather the family, and join us for an evening storytime hosted by Miss Jenny on Zoom. Enjoy books, rhymes, songs and more! For children of all ages. Registration Required.
Science Book Club is a casual, social book discussion group. It is an opportunity for science enthusiasts to gather and discuss all varieties of scientific subjects. This fall, we are reading books about Space Archeology. Please see the reading recommendations on our event page and pick the title that interests you the most to read and share during the discussion.
November 4th @ 6 pm. For Teens in Grades 6-12.
Volunteer at the library and help us to create programs you and your friends would like to attend. We'll follow up our discussion with playing a game or doing a craft project. Refreshments will be served.
Libby is an easy-to-use app for tablets and smartphones that gives patrons access to our digital book collection through OverDrive. Download items to watch later!
Hoopla is offered free for patrons through the Library to download and stream music, comics, books, audiobooks, movies and more. Check out the Hoopla app!
Provides access to a wide range of resources for genealogical and historical research. It includes useful records like censuses.
The latest issues of the Post Standard newspaper are available at your finger tips from Newsbank. Sign in with your library card number and PIN to get free access.