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News and Events
April is National Poetry Month.
Please visit our poetry page to see our schedule of events.
To see the daily poem click on the button below.
New Job Resource
online resume builder
New Job Workshops
Visit our Job Now! page for more details on each workshop.
April 19, 2018
50+ Retirement Reimagined
May 31, 2018
One-on-One Resume Critiquing
You must register for a 30-minute time slot.
(only two left)
Health Related Programming
Wednesdays at 3:30pm and 6:00pm
April 4: Come and play with our Colby, new robotic mouse! Have fun while you learn how to direct him through a maze that you create! Kids learn the basics of coding in a fun, simple, hands-on activity.
April 11: Did you know that you can 'start' fruit and vegetable plants from some of the scraps that you throw away? Come and learn which ones, and how to do it!
April 18: Making kites is a lot of fun, and is an activity that involves Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math. Students can choose from a number of different designs, or create their own!
April 25: Corner bookmarks are fun ways to mark your page, express your creativity, and learn a little basic origami.
Wednesday at 4:30 - StoryTime
StoryTime includes stories, music and movement, designed as early literacy instruction aimed at developing and reinforcing the skills that children need to be successful learners.
Monthly Craft Project – kids stop in and check out the craft table downstairs and discover crafts to work on your own.
Homework Help - Please see Lee Ackerman-Sawyer or email email@example.com
For more information on each movie visit our movie page.
Ferdinand, April 3 at 10 am Rated: PG, Length: 1:48.
Wonder, April 4 at 10am, Rated: PG, Length: 1:53.
Breadwinner April 5 at 6:30pm, Rated: PG-13, Length: 1:34
Shape of Water, April 6 at 6:30pm, Rated: R, Length: 2:03
Did you know..
The Library has magazines
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Now You Can Donate Online Using an E-Check
Now you can donate to the Library through our website using an E-check! Also called an electronic bank transfer, this allows you to make a donation from your checking account without having to write or mail in a check. And it saves the Library 2/3 of the fees we would typically be charged with a credit card donation.
Click HERE to get started and make a one-time donation.
Make an Ongoing Monthly Contribution!
You can now make an automatically recurring monthly donation of as little as $5 per month to help support the Library! These recurring donations, automatically deducted each month from your debit or credit card, make an easy and sustainable impact.
Benefits to you include:
• No hassle automatic withdrawals from the account of your choice.
• The ability to change your gift amount or the method of payment at any time.
• A record of each monthly gift that will appear on your credit or debit card statement.
• Automatic renewal, with the ability to cancel at any time.
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