Looking to add open-ended, hands-on learning to your school, library, community center, troop, or civic group? The maker movement offers youth the opportunity to explore the intersection of STEM, technology, design, aesthetics, creativity, and prototyping. In this workshop, you’ll become immersed in exploring the facets of the maker movement.
Summber Book Club 2016
Welcome to Summer Book Club 2016. Sign up begins at 9:30 a.m. This year the theme is "On Your Mark, Get Set, Read!". To participate in Summer Book Club this is what you need: to be 3-12 years of age, read 15 or more books and report on them. For participants who complete 15 books or more attendance to the carnival is FREE! You don't want to miss a summer of reading fun!
Computer Class Registration
To register for a computer class please call the Reference Desk, 356-6188 Ext #14. For a list of courses available please see the Computer Class page.
Do you need help finding that perfect book? Perhaps you're looking for a book in a specific genre, or maybe you just need to know the next book in your favorite series. If so, NoveList is the solution for you, just log in using your library card.
Livehomework help from 2pm - 11pm. You can use it at the Library or from home using your library card.