How can it be time for Back to School already??!!!
Wishing all of our young library patrons a wonderful school year filled with the excitement of learning new things!
Remember your Library is here for you to help find the information you need, to offer computer/printer/copier use, and as a place to enjoy reading and programs for fun and relaxation when you need a break!
Have a wonderful 2018-19 school year!


Back by popular demand … Friends of the Library Book Sale! 
Saturday, Sept. 15 from 9 AM- 2 PM. Stop by for some great deals!


Adult Newsletter  

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  • Come check out this month’s Book Discussion:  When Heaven and Earth Changed Places by LeLy Hayslip, Tuesday, September 11 at 6:30 PM.
  • Mommy Time! Basket Raffle – Come take a chance and support the Friends of the Library!
  • Ukulele Scramble!  Thurs., Sept. 27 @ 6:30 PM. Please register.
    The Library now also has three beautiful ukuleles available for loan!  Stop by to borrow one!

Kids’ Newsletter

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Looking ahead to fall programming … check out the newsletter for details and please register!

  • Welcome back to Renee Coro and Julie Stepanek!  Check the newsletter for dates/times for these
    fun musical programs for ages birth to 5.
  • Teaching Creatures Story Stars:  Hedgehog and Turtle! Monday, Sept. 24 at 11:00 AM.
  • Drop in Crafts and Toddler Play Group resume in October – No registration necessary.

Databases Available …
We are thrilled to announce that we are now offering two new databases from World Trade Press: AtoZ The USA, and Global Road Warrior!

AtoZ The USA provides extensive information on each of  the States. Includes history, culture, and even primary sources!

Global Road Warrior provides information on 175 countries around the world! Perfect for any world traveler, this resource includes information on history, culture, language, food, and more.

Patrons accessing these databases from off-site will be required to login using their library card number. If you need any assistance, just call one of your friendly librarians!