We have an extensive collection of books, audiobooks, magazines, movies, music, games, and online resources. If we do not have what you need in-stock, we can borrow it for you from a neighboring library!
View our online calendar for times and locations.
These storytimes engage kids (ages 2 - 6) with stories, songs, and other fun activities.
These are active Storytimes designed for the shorter attention spans of our youngest customers. Little ones (ages 0-2) and caregivers all sit on the floor and share stories, songs, fingerplays, bounces, and other fun activities.
Our Youth Services staff members will travel to individual classrooms for specialized Storytimes!
Supporting Local School Curriculum
Special collections prepared for classroom use. Teachers can contact the library to request materials to supplement their curriculum.
Take the Dewey Dare Challenge! The Dewey Dare is a non-fiction reading challenge. We ask that you read 100 total books in the ten of the Dewey categories, reading at least two books in each category. These non-fiction books can be from the public or school library. We give you a title tracker to take home and record your books, and post a read-o-meter on the wall at the library to keep track of your progress. Challengers who reach the goal of 100 books receive a certificate, a yard sign, and their name is displayed on the Wall of Champions!
Summer Reading Program and Book Buddies
Keep your child engaged over the summer by participating in our annual Summer Reading Program and Book Buddies Tutoring Program! Look for more information about these programs in May.
Teens can volunteer at the library to earn community service hours for school! Contact our Youth Services Coordinator, Laurel Rakas, to find out what we currently need help with.