Events at the Library

Highlights for Spring
20 Please!
Legos Please!

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Zumba Classes walk in on Mondays at 8:30AM and Fridays at 6:00pm. Drop off the kids at school and come to Zumba and get your Monday started off right!  Celebrate the weekend with some Zumba for our Friday evening class.  Instructor: Heidi Cary. Participants must be 18 or over. Call 485-7851 for more information.

Yoga practice on Thursdays at 6:15pm-7:15pm. Yoga with Kara through May 17. Come join us for an all level class and walk in's are welcome. Best for over age 16. Bring mat, towel, block and yoga strap or belt. Suggested donation: $5 or $10. Call 485-7851 for more information.

Special Events for Families and Children.

Saturdays at 11:00am-12:00noon February-June 9. Knitting and Crochet group. We will be knitting and crocheting for Hooking for Homeless for March and April. For children and adults. The library will supply the yarn. You just need to bring your needles or hook. Time 11:00am-12:00noon. Ages 7 and older. Knitting Nook


Tuesday, April 17, 2018: Author visit. Welcome to our Library, Marty Kelley! 

"About my presentations: My presentations are fun, fast-paced explanations of how I create my books. Using a grade-appropriate interactive digital slide show, I explain the writing process from generating ideas to writing rough drafts and final copies. I emphasize the importance of all the revisions and editing I do to my work while creating it. I share rough drafts with the students and demonstrate why it’s so important to keep working and reworking the writing. I also show how I create the artwork for the books. I explain how the writing and illustrating processes are linked for me". 
    I share actual artwork from my books and end the presentation with a drawing demonstration using an audience volunteer as a model. I also discuss what it’s really like to be an author for a living and share top secret information about what authors do all day. " Marty Kelley.

Saturday, May 5, 2018: Spy Camp. We are celebrating Screen Free Week with Spy Camp at the library. There will be lots of Top Secret activities for the children of all ages from 11:00-12:00. Pre-registration required.

Saturday, May 19, 2018: Farm Day! for the whole family. We will have a visit from a mini petting farm and the Pritchard Farm will show off their tractor. The children will plant cucumber seed. Time: 11:00am-12:00noon. Pre-registration required.

Watch for information about our Summer Reading Program for children 15mos.- 6th grade. This year's theme is: Music...Libraries Rock!