Please be aware that the following programs are subject to change as we continually review our safety guidelines regarding Covid-19.


Cookie Swap

Thursday, December 2 @ 6:30 pm

This event has been cancelled. 



Winter Reading Kick Off Party

Thursday, January 6 @ 6 pm

Looking for something fun to beat back the winter blues? Try our Winter Reading Challenge! Pick up a challenge bingo card at the library and complete a set of challenges across, down, or diagonally for a chance to win one of three wonderfully curated gift baskets throughout the months of January, February, and March. Only one title is allowed per challenge and no repeats! Complete the entire challenge card and we will double your chances to win! We will have book lists and displays to give you ideas for titles. 

We will kick off this fun game with a party on January 6 @ 6pm where you can pick up your challenge cards, gather book lists, and pick up a copy of The Lost Apothecary by Sarah Penner, for our first book club meeting of the year. The book club meeting will take place on January 27 @ 6:30 pm and will be offered both in person and online. 

Reading is snow much fun! 

Register for the Kick Off Party here. 

Author Talk with Poet Susan A. Katz

Thursday, January 13 @ 6:30 pm

We are pleased to welcome local author and poet Susan A. Katz for a discussion of her latest work, The Limits of Light, a collection of narrative poems that explores the tales of Greek Mythology and their contemporary messages. From Apollo, who was thwarted in love, to Scylla who betrays her father for lust, to Icarus who strives to fly to the sun, only to fall to his death, the tales of the gods unfold in Katz’s compelling and dramatic narrative poetry. This program will be offered both in-person with limited seating and online via Zoom.

A nationally and internationally published poet, Katz’s work has appeared in numerous anthologies, journals, and literary magazines. With the publication of “The Limits of Light”, she has published four books of poetry, and co-authored two textbooks with music specialist, Judith A. Thomas, espousing the need to incorporate the arts into school curriculum.

Register here.