Programs for Children:
- Story Time: Geared toward preschoolers, our Story Times generally occur three times per month, with morning and evening installments. Each Story Time involves the reading of a number of stories centered on a theme, songs, age appropriate movements, and crafts. Upcoming Story Times can be found HERE.
- Family Book Club: Geared to students in grades 3 -6 and their guardian. Read and discuss a different book each month. Meet every Thursday to discuss different sections of the book and complete related activities. Books are supplied by the library. Registration is required.
- Summer Reading Program: Every summer, the library offers a Summer Reading Program to encourage reading and the love of reading in youngsters. Sign-up is required and participants must hold a valid library card to participate. The program involves tracking the number of books read throughout the summer, a number of library sponsored programs, and the chance to win prizes!. While the program is geared toward children in elementary school, teens and adults are encouraged to participate if they wish.
- Green Eggs and Ham Breakfast: Each year, in honor of Dr. Seuss’s Birthday, the library hosts a Green Eggs and Ham Breakfast, involving Dr. Seuss inspired activities and crafts as well as a free green eggs and ham breakfast (Don’t worry, they aren’t really green). Sign-up is required, but attendance is free.