Parent Education & Community Playgroup

         This program is a collaboration between the Women's Resource Center and the Library.  It is held every Tuesday from 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. in the library.  It is available for children from birth to five years old.  Activities, games, story time and projects are offered for children.  Call the library for details.

Teen After School Program:

         An after school program is held Monday through Thursday 3-5 p.m. in the library's community room from September to June of each year.  It is available for teens from 6th - 12th grade.  Teen monthly calendar activities are on homepage under the link teen links.  More photos and activities are available on the teen group facebook page.  Teen Assistant Carissa Kline oversees the teen program.

Homework Center

     A daily homework tutoring center enhances the teen after school program.  Students in 6 to 12 grade can do their homework during the after school program.  Partitions are used to block out visual distractions.  Graphing calculators are available for in library use while doing homework.  Eight laptops with wireless access and a printer are available for the teens to use. 

Summer Reading Entertainment

Summer Magic...READ!  is this year's summer reading entertainment.  Suggested ages are up to eleven years old.   A free t-shirt to color will be given to each reader with a list of entertainers for the summer magic...READ!  Summer magic entertainment for 2015 is every Wednesday from 10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.    

Wednesday, July 1     Sign up day/movie/prizes available

Wednesday, July 8      Baffling Bill the Magician

Wednesday, July 15    Jeff Boyer, The Magic Guy

Wednesday, July 22    P.J. Weber, magician

Wednesday, July 29    Jeff Wawrzaszek, magician

Bestseller Club

Join this club and you will automatically be placed on the hold list for your favorite authors.

National Library Week

          In April, special programs are planned around National Library Week.

Adopt a magazine

             Local businesses, community groups and individuals have adopted magazines to promote their business or organization.  The name of who adopted the magazine appears on the front cover of the current issue.  A list of titles with prices are available at the circulation desk.