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  • Exercise in your chair!

    Exercise in your chair!

     
  • Learn French for adults

    Learn French for adults

    Every Thursday at 1 p.m.
    starting Sept. 7. Ask
    at the front desk.
  • Book sale coming up!

    Book sale coming up!

    In October at
    Chapel in
    the Hills!
  • Swap and cook

    Swap and cook

    Bring the old,
    get the new,
    put on the pot.
     
  • Doc Nite: Nov. 7

    Doc Nite: Nov. 7

    Light dinner
    at 6; movie
    starts at 7
  • Author to speak

    Author to speak

    Mike Cox
    to speak
    at 1 p.m.
    Oct. 17
  • Spooky music!

    Spooky music!

    Get the beat:
    6:30 p.m.
    Oct. 30
  • The outlook

    The outlook

    Will winter
    be awful?
    Find out:
    Noon Nov. 1
     
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Youth Services    

The Youth Services room is designed to serve children and the adults who care for them. There are over 4,000 titles of books for children, over 200 audio books and over 200 DVDs available for check out in the children’s collection. The collection is always growing and changing to meet the needs of the community. The books and media are divided into sections by interest and reading levels. Please feel free to ask a library staff person for assistance if you are having trouble locating an item.

iPads

There are two ipads available for children loaded with a variety of learning apps. There is also a stand up computer available to access the library catalog, reference the AR Bookfinder and access age appropriate reading lists.

Field Trips 

Age appropriate field trips for groups such as, school classes, scout troops and homeschoolers are available with prior planning with a librarian.

Summer Reading

Every summer the library offers an Incentive Reading Program along with special events for school-age children. Information about these programs is availible at the library.
 
The Toddler Time and Story Time programs continue throughout the year. For more information about these programs please visit their page which can be accessed under Youth.
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