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Upcoming Activities


Library Re-opening Guidelines

Libraries are following strict guidelines to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Daily operation includes spacing individual users and limiting the number of people present in the building. The library will implement these phases per recommendations made by the Governor, the Centers for Disease Control, and the Library Board of Commissioners. The plan is subject to change with statewide directives from the Governor’s Office.

Modified Phase 3

The library is open for business at 100% occupancy. Meeting rooms are available with seating limits guidelines in place.

Masks are encouraged not required. If you choose to not wear a mask, please be considerate of others around you.

Patrons are asked to return books in the book drop. (All returned materials will be quarantined for 1 day before being placed back into circulation.)

Please be aware of social distancing. Keep extra space between yourself and others in the line. Please make use of our hand sanitizer station and wash your hands frequently.   

We offer a special “drive-up” service for elderly, high-risk, or physically challenged patrons daily.

We will continue to be “fine-free” in 2021.

We look forward to seeing you at your library!



T-Mobile Hotspots Have Arrived!

The library has Wi-Fi hotspots available for checkout. Call the library for information and availability. This service is free at your library!

Fine-Free Policy Continues!

The library remains fine-free! Please return materials checked out during the pandemic in the outside book drop located in front of the entrance. 


Library Board of Commissioners

The library Board of Commissioners meets quarterly. The public is invited to attend the meetings with a comment time designated for any visitors. Meeting minutes are available upon request.


Summer Reading Registration

Beginning Tuesday, May 25, patrons may register for the reading programs at the library. All summer activities are free and availability is limited. (First come first serve)  All programs begin Tuesday, June 1, and end Tuesday, July 6.  Please turn in reading logs by Saturday, July 3rd. Prizes and grab bags will be available the week of July 6-10.


Wednesday Movie Matinee

Founders Hall Meeting Room

Dates: June 16, 23, 30

Time: 2:00 pm

Family-friendly films  (rated G or PG) will be shown in the meeting room on Wednesdays. Snacks will be served. Children under the age of 6 must be accompanied by an adult. Participants will be placed in small groups with family members staying together. Join us for this free program at your library!


Coloring and Cookies

Children’s Room/YA Room

Tuesday, June 8, 15, 22, 29

Time: 2:00-3:00 pm

Come join us here at the library for a coloring activity. Make new friends and enjoy hot delicious cookies! Participants will be placed in small groups with family members staying together. (Each child will have their own supplies). Registration required.

Class Size: 15 Ages: 6-12



Grab & Go Kits

The library has activities planned for June for all ages. If you would prefer to continue to social distance, Grab & Go Kits are available for pick-up. Limited availability. Stop by and pick up a fun craft to do in the comfort of your own home.   Available crafts will be announced every week on our website and Facebook page.

Grab & Go Kits  (Tuesday, June 29 – July 3)

Ages: 1-5
Basket Craft Kit
Friday, July 2 Class available 11:00 am-noon

Ages 6-12

Sponge Sailboat Kit
Tuesday, June 29 Class available 4:00-5:00 pm
Paper Chain Snake Kit
Friday, July 2 Class available 4:00-5:00 pm

Ages 13-17

Mug Painting Kit-There are still mugs available for pick-up.

Ages 18 & Older

Paint by Number Kit-Tuesday, June 29 Available for pick-up at any time during the day.

 Supplies are limited! See you at the library!



Virtual Craft Corner

A weekly Facebook session demonstrating crafts that can be done at home with supplies found around the house. Follow us on Facebook.



Library Freebies

The library places monthly reading challenges, free coloring sheets, and issues of BookPage near the circulation desk. BookPage is “a discovery tool for readers, highlighting the best new books across all genres.”


Summer Program Performers

James Wand Secret Agent Magic Show (virtual through our Facebook page) – Friday, June 4, 2021-Friday, June 11

Schoolhouse Safari Animal Encounter Saturday, June 5, 2021

(1-2:00 pm) Founder’s Hall Meeting Room in Library

The Story Ship (Sean Driscoll) (virtual through our Facebook page) Thursday, June 17, 2021-Thursday, July 1

 Animal Tales – Friday, June 18, 2021 (11:00 am)

Founders Hall Meeting Room



Summer Program Ending

All programs end Tuesday, July 6.  Please turn in reading logs by Saturday, July 3rd. Prizes and grab bags will be available the week of July 6-10. See you at the library!



Free Computer Class w/Tobin DeVille

Saturday, July 17, 2021
Internet Step 1: 10:00 am-noon
What is the Internet and how do we use it?
Introducing Browsers
Search Engines and how to use them
Internet security
Internet Step 2: 1:00-3:00 pm
Browser tools
Search history
Security settings
Tab browsing
Setting a home page
Capturing data from the internet
Call 337-662-3442 to register for this class. We look forward to seeing you!