11 07, 2022

Youth Grab & Go: Paper Plate Suncatcher

By |July 11th, 2022|

Create a beautiful suncatcher for your favorite sunny spot in your home! Kits are available while supplies last outside in the green creation station and inside the Library in the Youth Services Department. Instructions: Look at your tissue paper and THINK about a design that you'd like to make.

14 03, 2022

Youth and Tween Grab and Go Kits: Air-Dry Clay Crafts

By |March 14th, 2022|

This month, we are introducing new tween Grab & Go kits in addition to youth and teen ones! You can pick up either kit from the Creation Station outside the library or in the Youth Department, while supplies last. Here are the instructions for both the Tween and Youth crafts.

23 11, 2021

Parent Cafe: Great Books to Give

By |November 23rd, 2021|

Books make great holiday gifts! In our latest Parent Café video, you’ll find recommendations of picture books, early readers and early chapter books, fiction, and non-fiction titles that your children...or any special children in your life...will enjoy. All of these titles are available in the Youth Services Department if you’d

29 09, 2021

Youth Picks: Hispanic Heritage Month

By |September 29th, 2021|

On September 15, Hispanic Heritage Month kicked off and will go until October 15. Are you looking for book suggestions or activities to do with your children? Well, look no further! We also have a display in the Youth Department at the library. Stop by and check it out! Picture

19 07, 2021

July Youth Grab & Go Craft: Northern Lights

By |July 19th, 2021|

This year’s summer reading program theme is Reading Colors Your World. So for July, our youth craft is making one of the most iconic view of colors in the sky—your very own northern lights with chalk. Grab & Go kits will be available beginning July 19th while supplies last. You

22 05, 2020

1,000 Books Before Kindergarten at Home

By |May 22nd, 2020|

We all know a lot has changed in these last few months. Familiarity with things like e-learning, washing off groceries, and wearing face coverings has increased, while things such as in-person playdates or visits to the Library are off-limits for now. Thankfully, many things haven’t changed, such as the

4 02, 2020

Vote in Our 7th Annual Tournament of Books!

By |February 4th, 2020|

It’s time for our 7th annual Tournament of Books! For our lucky 7th year, we decided to add another bracket, bringing the grand total to six! You can now vote for your favorite non-fiction books, as well as picture books, early readers, comic books, chapter books, and teen fiction.  Do

22 08, 2019

Staff Picks: When Aidan Became a Brother

By |August 22nd, 2019|

The gorgeously illustrated picture book, When Aidan Became a Brother, is about understanding and appreciating oneself and making space for others to feel unconditional love and support.  “When Aidan was born, everyone thought he was a girl.” He hated the sound of his name and he would “accidentally-on-purpose” rip and

10 07, 2019

Meet our new Baby Bundles

By |July 10th, 2019|

Check out our new Baby Bundles! Specially curated for our little friends from birth to 5 years of age, the bundles can be found in the Youth Services Department next to our Parent/Teacher Collection. Each bundle has a theme, such as Cars & Trucks, Colors & Shapes, Numbers, and the

20 03, 2019

Champions of the 6th Annual Tournament of Books!

By |March 20th, 2019|

You didn't just break the record for votes in our sixth annual Tournament of Books... you SHATTERED the record! Last year, we had 8,643 votes in the Tournament. This year (drum roll, please), you voted 15,369 times!! Wow! We loved seeing all this interest in the Tournament, and

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