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“To create is to destroy!” Do you enjoy destruction? Embrace your creativity and make your own journal to demolish. Pages in your journal can be for drawing, tearing, or even chewing! We’ll provide everything you need to WRECK THIS JOURNAL!
Space and supplies are limited. Please arrive early to secure your place in the program.
Do you like gaming? Join us for an epic board game night! We’ll pullot the library’s collection and you can bring your favorites from home, too! Bring a team or find one when you arrive. From Monopoly and Trivial Pursuit to Exploding Kittens and Fluxx, there will be something for everyone!
Bring a friend and sarcastic attitude and join us for a Snarkfest. We’ll watch movies and yell at the screen or send your snarky comments via text and they will appear on the big screen. Bring pillow, blankets, and snacks to sustain your sarcasm.
Rated PG-13, 128 minutes
Batman and Robin
Rated PG-13, 125 minutes
Rated PG-13, 98 minutes
Join us at the library for special stories, songs, and a puppet show all about Thanksgiving! All ages are welcome to attend this family program.
Space is limited, so please arrive early to secure your spot.
Book Sleuths features mystery and suspense titles that will make you sit on the edge of your seat! This month, we’ll discuss I See You by Clare Mackintosh. This dark thriller is about a woman who sees her picture in an ad in her local paper along with a phone number. The mystery deepens from there. You won’t want to miss this page-turner. No registration required.
Meetings feature writing tips, lessons, and discussion. We also allow time to share writing samples and participate in giving constructive feedback during discussion. Meet fellow writers who share your passion!
The need is constant. The gratification is instant. Give blood.
Are you a writer? Join author Ginger Garrett each month and share what you have written and find inspiration, constructive critiques, and learn more about how you can share your writing today!
Join us to read a story, discuss it, and then do a craft or activity related to the book. This month we will be discussing Lighter than Air: Sophie Blanchard, the First Woman Pilot by Matthew Clark Smith. It is not necessary to read the book ahead of time.
About the book: Follow the life of the first female to work as a professional balloonist, a woman who made more than sixty ascents.
For grades K-2. Free. No registration required, but space is limited. Please arrive early.
Join us to discuss the book and then do a STEAMy craft or activity related to the book. This month we will be discussing Ninjas and Samurai by Mary Pope Osborne. Space is limited. Please arrive early.
About the book: A fact-filled companion to Jack and Annie’s fifth adventure discusses what it was like to be a ninja or samurai in ancient Japan and whether or not such talented martial-arts masters actually possessed special abilities.