Activities

1000 Books Before Kindergarten (Youth)

The goal is to read 1,000 books before your child starts kindergarten. Visit the youth area anytime to pick up a booklet and get started. This is a work at your own pace program. Prizes will be awarded when you reach 500 and 1,000 books.
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Arts & Crafts for Adults: To Go (Adult)

Explore your creative side with a project that is ready for you to make when the time is right for you. Registration is required. Craft packets may be picked up at the front desk and a how-to video will be shared on Facebook and our website.
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Card Crafting: To Go (Adult)

Make your own greeting cards with the library! Each month we’ll have a special project all ready to go. Packets may be picked up at the front desk and a how-to video will be shared on Facebook and our website. Registration is required.
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DIY (Youth, Teen)

Create your own jigsaw puzzle! You will be given a blank 8x10 puzzle to design as you wish. So fun! Limited to 80 participants in Grades K-12.
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Family Fri-Yay! Challenge (Youth, Teen, Family)

Find a new challenge posted on our Facebook page at 6:00 pm on the second Friday of the month. These challenges can be completed using everyday items found in the home. Complete the challenge and post a photo for a chance to win a prize!
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Genealogy Quest: Zoom Edition (Adult)

This is a drop-in meeting for people needing genealogical assistance or advice and for those wanting to share new discoveries they've made. We'd love to help you in your quest.
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Holiday Paper Crafting for Youth (Youth, Teen)

Celebrate several holidays with us by making fun paper crafts! How-to videos will be available on Facebook, our website, and on YouTube. You can create your project whenever you wish. Registration is required and limited to 50 people in Grades K-12.
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Knot Just Knitting (Youth, Teen, Adult)

Love to knit, crochet, cross-stitch, or create other fiber arts? This is the group for you! Drop-in for fun, friends, and fiber! Limited to 10 people per room with social distancing and face masks highly suggested. Registration is not required.
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Let's Paint! (Youth, Teen)

Join us as we create lovely blue and purple winter skies on watercolor paper using bleeding tissue paper. The colors swirl together making a very soft mix of colors. The randomness that happens makes pretty skies no matter your skill level.
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Open Book Club (Adult)

The "Open Book Club" is library-sponsored and open to anyone ages 18+. Meetings are held on the second Monday of every month starting at 6:30 pm. Due to Covid-19, we will be meeting via Zoom and on Goodreads. We welcome everyone who is interested!
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Pub Quiz Online Edition (Adult)

Join us online to play a quiz game!
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Snow Globe Magnets (Youth, Teen)

What is it about snow globes? They are SO much fun to shake! Using magnetic tins and tiny Styrofoam balls, we will make a snow globe that is perfect to put on the fridge. Limited to 70 participants in Grades K-12.
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Sweet Reads (Youth, Teen)

Check out the Sweet Reads displays in the Youth and Teen Areas. Pick a book, take it home, and give it a go! Make sure to return your completed 'Sweet Read' card for a chance for an awesome prize!
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Teen Take-Out Crafts (Teen)

Do you love take-out? Try craft projects to go! Each month we’ll have a project all packed and ready for registrants to pick up at the front desk. How-to videos will be available on Facebook, our website, and on our YouTube channel.
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Velvet Mandala Art (Youth, Teen)

Color a fuzzy velvet art poster in a classic Mandala design! Easy to color with raised velvet areas to make it easy to stay in the lines. Each participant will receive two designs. Limited to 70 participants in Grades K-12.
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Virtual Crafternoon (Youth)

This program is a storytime and a craft put together! A crafternoon video will be posted online on the dates listed below. Registrants can pick up craft supplies in advance and then watch Miss Shawna's video whenever they choose.
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Virtual Lego Club (Youth, Teen)

Calling all LEGO builders! We will provide a challenge for you to build at home using your LEGOS or similar building product. Share a photo of your creation in the comments of our Facebook post that week for a chance to win a LEGO prize!
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Virtual STEAM Challenge (Youth, Teen, Family)

Each month we'll present a different science, technology, engineering, arts, and math (STEAM) challenge that your family can try at home. Registration is required. Limited to a maximum of 50 participants per session.
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Virtual Storytime (Youth)

Join us for storytime! Every Thursday at 10:30 am we will release a new virtual storytime with Miss Shawna and her library friends. You can watch whenever you want on our webpage, Facebook, or on our YouTube channel. Get ready for fun!
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Watercolor Wednesdays Online (Adult)

Are you missing Watercolor Wednesdays with April? Get your creative juices flowing with our mini-classes online. Each month we'll highlight a simple project you can do from home. Classes are viewable on Facebook and on our website.
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Winter Reading Challenge (Youth, Teen)

Looking for something to do while it's cold outside? Try our Winter Reading Challenge! Complete five activities for a chance to win one of ten prizes. Forms are available in the Youth and Teen departments or can be found on our website.
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Writer's Block Online (Adult)

An informal writing group that meets twice a month via Zoom. No experience necessary. For more information contact Christine Walsh.
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