Kids

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LEGO Club

Monthly

Tues, June 14 @ 5 pm
Tues, July 19 @ 5 pm
Mon, August 8 @ 5 pm

Children ages 5-12 (and their grown-ups too!) // Are you a Master Builder or want to be one? Join us for LEGO Club! You can build to a theme or build something completely new. LEGOs supplied. Masks recommended.

Summer Reading Program 2022

2022 Summer Reading Program

Calling All Kids!

June 6 - July 28 
One 45-min session each week

Grades K-5 // Each week, we'll experiment, create, and explore something new. Registration now open!

More information

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Storytime with Miss Andrea

Mondays &Thursdays @ 10 am

Children ages 0-5 (and their grown-ups too!) // Read stories, sing songs, and have fun with Miss Andrea!

Storytime kits bring storytime home

Storytime Kits

Check out a Storytime Kit from the library and bring Storytime home! Each kit includes a craft, two books, and an activity centered around a fun theme.

Dial-A-Story

24 hours a day
A story at your fingertips...dial up story time anytime. Titles changed throughout the month, all read by library staff and volunteers. 

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Anime Club

Monthly

  • Thurs, June 16
  • Thurs, July 28
  • Thurs, August 18

All ages welcome! If you love anime or are interested in learning about it, Anime Club is for you.  At our monthly meetings, we watch anime, discuss new manga, play games, and learn about Japanese culture.

Visit our Anime Club website ⇗ for more information!


Early Literacy

Every Child Ready to Read, a nation-wide, research-based program, is composed of five simple practices that can help your child get ready for reading: reading, singing, playing, talking, and writing.

At-Home Activity Calendar

Help foster a love of learning in your little one with these fun pre-reading skill activities. Updated each month!

100_books_logo1000 Books Before Kindergarten

Open to children birth to entering kindergarten!

The concept is simple, the rewards are priceless. Read a book (any book) to your newborn, infant, and/or toddler. The goal is to have read 1,000 books (yes you can repeat books) before your precious one starts kindergarten. Does it sound hard? Not really if you think about it. If you read just 1 book a night, you will have read about 365 books in a year. That is 730 books in two years and 1,095 books in three years!

Stop by the front desk to sign up and get your first log.


Tutoring

Postponed until further notice due to COVID
Mondays & Wednesdays from 3:30 to 5:30 during school year
Open to all students. No registration or appointment needed. Bring all relevant materials: assignments, books, review materials.No fee. No registration or appointment needed.