Watch for some new programming coming to your Library. Tween Scene is geared towards ages 10-14 and will be running monthly. Keep watching for more details on our Facebook page, the Events Calendar or in the Library. If you have any questions or suggestions, please feel free to email Andrea at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our fall programming is starting back up again! These are all no pre-registration and drop off programs.
Winter Reading Program
Snow is Falling, Books are Calling! Join our Winter Reading program for a chance to win a Samsung Galaxy Tab A! Open to all ages (child, youth, adult and senior) Reading logs available at the circulation desk or here. For every 7 hours of reading during the months of January and February, your name goes in the draw for 1 of 6 Samsung Galaxy Tab As. (Children ages 9 & under only have to read 3 hours for the draw) (Children ages 10-13 only have to read 5 hours for the draw) ...
Home School Connection
If you are a family that is homeschooling your children, join us for Homeschool Connection on Thursday afternoons. Work together and share ideas and resources.
Canadian Library Month
October is Canadian Library Month and we love to celebrate by giving away books! Stop in the library during the month of October and enter our draw. We are giving a book away every day!
Reading Rocks Club
Be prepared to explore every corner of your library and enjoy adventures to places you’ve only dreamed of! Record the amount of time you have read each day in the Reading Log to collect points. Double points can be collected for reading books that focus on the monthly theme. Bonus points can also be collected by reviewing books or writing short book reports telling us about the awesome books you’ve read! This session of Reading Rocks will run from March 1 - May 31, 2017. Sig...
Blind Date with a Book
Are you up for a mysterious rendezvous? During the month of February, we would like to "fix you up" on a blind date - with a book of course, after all we ARE a library! We have selected a variety of books, wrapped them in "oh so secretive" brown paper and you won't know the "identity" of your date until you get home. Will it be fiction or non-fiction? Funny, informative, a mystery, true-crime??? Sure you might be disappointed; but then again... you may end up having a great read wit...