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PLEASE NOTE: Due to parking lot resurfacing, parking is limited. You can look forward to a pothole-free surface as well as improved handicapped access. In the meantime, please leave extra time to find a parking space, and watch your step! Read More...

Celebrate Children's Book Week- May 4-10

Children’s Seventh Annual Book Drive
Friday, May 1 – Sunday, May 17
Make a difference in a child’s life by giving the gift of reading. The Library will collect gently used children’s books to donate to local area family shelters. Board books, picture books, children’s chapter books, and even parenting books will be greatly appreciated. Look for the Book Donations Box in Children’s Services.

Children’s Raffle
Children from birth to grade 5 are invited to ent

Teen Summer Registration!

Registration for all teen summer programs begins on Saturday, June 6 at 9:30am. The summer program brochure will be available online and in Teen Services beginning mid-May. You will need a teen barcode to register for programs. We ask that all teens obtain or update their library cards prior to registration. Programs are open to those who are entering grades 6-12 in September 2015. And keep in mind this summer’s teen reading club “Unmask” starts on Saturday, June 20. Ask for details in Teen S Read More...

Great Trials in American History: Salem Witch Trials & Trial of John Brown

Wednesday, April 29 7:00pm

Discover two of the most fascinating trials in our nation’s past. Salem, Massachusetts was the site of the infamous witch trials of 1692. Learn about the accusers and the accused, and find out why so many of the accused were women. Nearly two centuries later, shortly before the outbreak of the Civil War, abolitionist John Brown led a raid on the federal arsenal at Harpers Ferry, Virginia in order to seize armaments and wage a war against slavery.