Kristen Roberts

It’s time to wax poetic. April is National Poetry Month and we’re inviting poets of all ages to celebrate by entering our month-long poetry contest.

In March 2020, the library was faced with an unprecedented challenge as we closed our doors in response to the coronavirus pandemic. 

We are ready to welcome you back as we reopen our doors to in-person library use! Stop by and browse our shelves for that perfect book you didn’t even know you needed.

Our seed library is back and ready to put down some roots with a variety of open-pollinated vegetables, herbs, and some flowers.

This year's GameStop stock-buying surge has sparked a renewed interest in day trading, with phrases like “short sell” and “hedge fund” becoming part of our everyday conversation.

There is still time to register for one of our Kindness Kits for Kids. The kits include a free book for your child to keep and one to give to a friend, along with other crafts and fun activities.

Our building may be closed, but you can still make letter-sized black-and-white or color copies at the library.

Did you miss all the Hoopla back in spring when we added the all-in-one digital service that allows you to instantly borrow audiobooks, eBooks, comics, music, movies, and TV?

The library is now offering no-contact curbside pickup seven days a week. Curbside pickup is now available on Sundays from 1 to 5 p.m.


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