Unleash your three-dimensional creative genius using Lego bricks. Ages 5 and older.
The Friends hold sales in the library lobby every Wednesday noon-3 p.m. and every Saturday 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. All proceeds support library services.
Bring your little one for some quality parent/child time. Meet other parents and children, explore literacy activites and get ideas for what you can do at home to develop learning skills. Because this program is very popular, we ask you to please plan on dropping in for 30 minutes. Birth to age 4.
Bring your baby for songs, rhymes and activities. Ages 24 months and younger.
Join us for songs, stories and activities for parents and kids. Ages 24-36 months with families.
Come join us for stories, songs and activities. Ages 3-5.
Drop in to ask questions about researching your family history.
On board, you'll find books, music CDs, DVDs and other services for all ages. You can browse several thousand titles or pick up materials you've requested online or over the phone.
Interact with family, friends and the world at large by creating a blog. Learn about popular blogging platforms such as WordPress and Blogger, and make your voice known to your community or to anyone on the Internet. To get started with Blogger, an active Gmail account is required. Registration begins Monday, October 13.
Many countries and cultures have ghostly traditions. All Hallows' Eve was an unsettled time of the year in pagan and early Christian Europe. As the days shortened, bonfires and other rituals took place because supernatural beings might be about at night. Mary Barile, author of "The Haunted Boonslick" and "Forgotten Tales of Missouri" will tell us more about how European folk traditions and Native American beliefs gave rise to a wealth of American ghost stories. Teens and adults