Learn more about NaNoWriMo tools and resources to help you write a novel in November.
There are many decisions to make as you reach and pass age 65. Let the library help you make sense of your choices.
Experience silent films with live music and sound effects at Silents in the Cathedral on Friday, Oct 27 at Grace Episcopal Cathedral.
Every November, writers around the world congregate at Come Write In spaces to write the first draft of their novel. Your library is one of those places!
Who is the smartest of them all?
Enjoy the reboot of a library program that’s been running for more than 40 years, Music for a Sunday Afternoon.
We’ve got resources to keep seniors reading, active, informed and entertained.
Memoirist Louise Krug teaches you how to capture your own story at a special hands-on workshop 6:30 p.m. Mon. Feb. 13.
Get in the spirit for Halloween with these great scary and silly movies. Start with Ghostbusters on the library’s big screen this Saturday.
Who is the smartest of them all? View the winners of the library’s quarterly trivia nights here – including the highest scoring teams of 2016! Join us in 2017 for more trivia events!
Get connected to the information you need at the library’s Senior Information Fair.
There will be some very magical flute playing going on live at the library on October 2nd at 3:00 PM. Music for a Sunday Afternoon will present Hannah Porter Occeña in Marvin Auditorium. Hannah’s brilliantly beautiful playing will make you happy.