Great music, stories and dance from around the world awaits you at Children’s Day/Book Day. Two times to choose from April 30. Families will engage in cultural activities and receive a free book (first come-first served).
Your library is among a small group of libraries nationwide designated as a Family Place Library. We’ll host its national coordinator April 3 at 2pm. Learn what being a Family Place Library means for the community.
A Ranger’s Guide to History offers you information on two awesome national parks, one that makes a great family vacation that’s only a 10-hour car ride away. Come hear about our nation’s national parks January 2 at 7pm.
At the Makin’ Moves Wellness Conference, learn how to balance your life with intellectual and spiritual growth, healthy eating, and exercise. Come prepared to learn and do a few light exercises.
It’s time to revisit Middle Earth and once again share adventure with Bilbo, Gandalf and the Dwarves. We’ll host games like Bowling for Dwarves and Knock Over the Orcs. You will also enjoy trivia, Spider Cookies and more. Saturday, December 14th 3:00 – 5:00 pm Marvin Auditorium Here’s a trailer for the upcoming movie […]
Catch live musical performances in the library’s rotunda Dec. 2-20. Cheer on both student and professional musicians as they share the holiday spirit through music.