The library offers a monthly story hour for young children. Held on the second Saturday of the month from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Story Hour is a great way to get children interested in reading. It also gives them the opportunity to learn about the library and to become familiar with the second floor Children’s Area.
Each monthly session has a theme and includes a story, an activity, and a treat. Check out the news section on our homepage for more details about upcoming story hours.
Mary Ellen Blystone, Dana Boyd, and Connie DuBreucq conduct the Children's Story Hour program.
Each summer, the library sponsors a reading program for its under-18 patrons. This program offers a fun and flexible way to include reading on your summer activities list. Participants read books independently throughout the summer (they set their own goals) and as they read they earn coupons for ice cream from the local Dairy Queen. When participants sign up they receive theme-inspired reading gear and those who reach their reading goals earn a special prize.
Simply stop by the library to sign up! Program information will be released during the month of May. Please check the website for more details.
Group members vote on a reading list and members take turns leading discussions. Meetings are held on the 1st Monday of each month (unless noted) at 7:00 p.m. at the library. Members also organize excursions to hear author lectures. Membership is open to adults. Club announcements can be found on the website. Contact the library if you are interested in joining.
"The Library Goes Bunco" on the first Sunday in March each year. It is the library's annual fundraising event. Tickets go fast, so call in February to reserve your seats! Cost of ticket is $20.