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They’re beautiful, and you can work them into gorgeous designs on Thursday, 25 May. Adults and older teens are invited to drop by at 6:00 PM for a relaxing evening of art, conversation and light refreshments. If you’re already an enthusiast, feel free to bring your own designs and materials, but a big collection of both will be waiting for everyone.


 Toddler Time with Karen Roszel is back, every Monday at 9:15 AM. This program for children 18 months to 3 years is 20 minutes of song, movement, stories, and more. No sign-up necessary; just drop in whenever you can! Last spring Toddler Time will be 22 May.


Calling all good listeners age three to age five: Storytime begins every Wednesday at 10:00 AM. Great readers and wonderful stories finish up with fun craft projects. Sign up or just show up! Bring an adult along to share the fun. Our end date has been pushed back to 31 May. Enjoy the extra sessions, and get ready for the summer Read-to-Me Club.


PLAY-K on Friday afternoons!

Kindergarten readiness through play for people age 4 ½ to 6, headed for kindergarten in the fall will return in AugustMore information HERE.



Children’s daytime programs end 31 May so that we can get ready for our great summer programs!

Don’t miss the Read-to-Me Club for pre-readers, Summer Reading Club for readers age six to twelve and our brand new teen, tween and adult programs, starting in June.


  MEET OUR BOOK BUDDIESbook-bud-tuckerc

On the second Tuesday of each month, our Book Buddies meet to help anyone who needs read-aloud practice. Each Buddy is a certified therapy dog and has passed Canine Good Citizen training. Even better–they love to listen and they NEVER criticize. Bring your own book or borrow some of ours. Book Buddies will be ready to go at 6:00 PM.






Everybody in the family plunged into the Library’s LEGO stash, and creativity ran wild! LEGO Family Night happens the second Thursday of every month at 6:00 PM. Your turn!







socafSocrates Café: a Discussion Group for Adults

Each month’s first Tuesday at 6:00 pm is the evening devoted to discussion and debate.




It’s called The Van Tassel Castle Quest and if you are an independent reader age fifteen or under, with your own Library card, you can join. Ask any Librarian for all the details. Sign up now and see what it’s all about. Get more information here. Read what Questors have to say about the books they’ve read here.


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