Use your library card to check out one of these movies on Hoopla. Through the month of November, these films are part of Bonus Borrows and do not count toward your regular check-out limits. Pick-up your Family Movie Night Kit from the Children’s Department during regular business hours on or after Monday, November 23, 2020. Read More
Meet on Zoom every 3rd Monday of the month @ 3:30-4:15 PM to chat about an assigned book and play a fun Q & A game! Ages 1st - 3rd graders. Read More
Connect on Zoom every Friday @ 10:00 am for interactive stories, songs, movement & rhymes to develop key skills. We will encourage youngsters to hone Kindergarten readiness skills through the exploration of their vast imaginations and the employment of their creativity, curiosity, courage, helpfulness, humor and sense of wonder while they take active part in each story! Read More
Are you ready to play games, do DIY projects, and other exciting activities via Zoom? Ms. Tea & Ms. Sarah are going to challenge you and make you laugh every 2nd Thursday of the month @ 3:30. Read More
HelpNow provides LIVE (2pm-11pm) K-12 Homework assistance, Personalized eLearning Tools, a 24-Hour Writing Lab where students can submit essays and other forms of writing for constructive feedback, and Homework Send-a-Question. Read More
All baby, toddler and pre-K classes develop early literacy and school readiness skills and model fun and interactive methods for parents to repeat at home. Connect on Zoom, every Wednesday @ 10:00 am to zoom along with Mommy Turtle & her little hatchlings for a story, songs and stimulating exercises. Ages 3 months - 2 years. Read More
Children’s services include children from birth to Age 13 and their parents and caregivers. The library offers free classes, early literacy storytimes, activities and special programs throughout the year to instill a joy of reading and learning. Our starting point is each child’s curiosity, creativity and infinite potential.
Early Literacy (ages 0-4): includes children’s experiences with language, song, books, scribbling and playing before they learn to read and write. A library card insures a good supply of books in the home leading to a good start in school. When children attend a library storytime they are immersed in an active reading and socializing experience, while caregivers pick up tips they can use at home.
Independent Literacy (ages 5-13): Library online resources, print materials, knowledgeable staff and free tutors help your child succeed academically and gain confidence. Special after school programs and STEM classes are centered on a child’s interests. Our resources provide an informal and relaxed way to learn, collaborate and socialize.