The 17th Annual Library Roll will happen Saturday, September 25! This is the one and only fundraiser for the library. We SO appreciate all the wonderful support of bicyclists all these years, and look forward to seeing you soon!!
Click on the Library Roll tab above for more information!
MAKE THE WORLD MORE BEAUTIFUL, based on Barbara Cooney’s book Miss Rumphius, is our Summer Reading theme.Don’t miss all the fun !! Art in the Park June 5, StoryTime starts June 9, prizes for Summer Reading starts June 7.
Necessary changes will be made to make the Library Roll possible. We hope you can be here to enjoy the ride and support the library!! This is our one and only fund raiser this year. Our library has been closed since March, but we have been working hard behind the scenes to update and automate the library. Your continued support is so appreciated!!
Please click on the Library Roll tab above for registration information. *Note that we are having “day of” registration only this year. We hope to see you September 26. Get ready to ROLL!!
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Even though the library is not open, we hope you are still reading! We will be offering “Summer Saturdays”, starting June 20, ending August 1, from 10 a.m.-12 noon, out in front of the library. Stop by for a free book and book bag! Here’s something we need YOUR help to do!!
Mo Willems, on of our favorite authors for children (Don’t Let The Pigeon Drive the Bus, Elephant & Piggy books, etc.). has free “Lunch Doodles” sessions. Draw with Mo here:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RmzjCPQv3y8
The Wilderness Center is offering some fun videos with activities to do with kids, whether you are inside or out.
The decision to close is a difficult one, knowing that many depend on our library to access the internet, find resources and good books to read. We hope you will take this time to stay home, enjoy the outdoors, read, and catch up on doing some of those things you haven’t had time to do.
“In the midst of every crisis lies great opportunity“. -Albert Einstein