Events

For information about adult events contact the Circulation Desk at 583-3408 Ext. 2

 

For information about events for kids and teens contact the Children's / Youth Services Department at 583-3408 Ext. 3

All Events

1/28/2019

Excel Intro, How Spreadsheets Can Simplify Your Life

2:00pm - 3:30pm

Excel is one of Microsoft’s most powerful tools. Learn the basics about how to create and use spreadsheets with cells, formulas and charts. Space is limited, please register at the circulation desk or by calling 583-3408.

Presenter: Pat McGowan, Libary Director

1/29/2019

Sing With Me! Music Program for Preschoolers & Their Grown-ups

10:30am - 11:00am

If you have a little one who loves music, this program is for you! Join us for a half-hour of adult-&-child singing, clapping, and stomping along to favorite kids’ songs, with occasional musical instruments or accompanying books thrown in! No need to register, just drop in! Please note that adult participation is expected for this program - and it's fun!

Pop Culture Collective

3:00pm - 6:00pm

Unite for an afternoon of broad-spectrum fandom! Each week will have a different theme - anime, Pokemon, Steven Universe, Star Wars, cosplay, superheroes, & more - discuss, play, watch, and geek out! 

This club is open to ages 16 - 22, and all are welcome!

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Friends of the Library Monthly Meeting

7:00pm - 8:00pm

Friends of the Library Monthly Meeting

The Friends of the Library meet the last Tuesday of the month at 7 pm.  The Friends fund programs for children, teens, and adults, as well as portions of the library's popular Museum Pass program, furnishings, and other library equipment. You are invited to become a member, active members needed.  Please contact the library director, Pat McGowan at 583-3408 ext. 110 for more information.

 

1/30/2019

Story-and-Play for 2-3 year olds

10:00am

This winter we will enjoy stories, games, songs, and crafts about sea creatures. The 45 minute storytime includes 15 minutes for free play, 15 minutes of stories, fingerplays & songs, and 15 minutes of craft and snacktime. The session runs 6 weeks, weather permitting. 

This program is crafted specifically for the attention span and interest level of toddlers. If your child is older than 3 or has a greater capacity for sitting and listening to stories you may want to consider our storytime for 3-5 year olds, which runs on Mondays at 10am. 

Please click below to register.

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Table-top Games Club

1:30pm - 5:00pm

Join the Games Club for an afternoon of role play, stragegy, co-op, pvp & board game fun!  Meet up, make new friends and play RPGs like D&D or card and board games weekly! Don’t own games, no worries, we do!  This club is ideal for 20 and 30 somethings, though any adult is welcome.  We also have a games club available for people under 18 known as the Pop Culture Collective. 

 

 

1/31/2019

KANGAROO TIME!

10:00am - 10:30am

This program is for the bounciest, wiggliest, most active little ones! Movement, music and games are mixed in with quick, interactive books for a rollicking good time, with no sitting-still required! Adult participation is expected in this program.

Please click below to register.

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Ready-To-Read Storytime for 5 - 8 year olds

4:00pm

Children who have entered grade school journey towards being readers, but they still love listening to stories! This program is designed to support your emergent reader by sharing a sample of stories & series that are geared toward various levels of early readers, & get them excited to use their new reading skills on the sequels later. Stories are followed by a craft, and we finish up the 60 minute session with a snack.

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History of Friendly’s Ice Cream

6:30pm - 7:30pm

Hear about Friendly’s founders, the evolution of its ice cream, menu and restaurants, and the company’s influence on the state and popular culture. Freebies!

  

Happy Hour Book Club discusses Killers of the Flower Moon by David Grann

6:45pm - 7:55pm

The Happy Hour Book Club meets to discuss the national bestseller "Killers of the Flower Moon: the Osage murders and the birth of the FBI" by David Grann.  

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