Native American Heritage Month with hoopla
The month of November is recognized as National Native American Heritage Month. hoopla has put together a curated collection of content to help spread awareness and to educate people about the diversity of Native Americans in the past and present.
New Purchases on cloudLibrary!
Check out our new purchases on cloudLibrary, including: The Very Secret Society of Irregular Witches by Sangu Mandanna, The Marriage Portrait by Maggie O’Farrell, Lucy by the Sea by Elizabeth Strout, and I’m Glad My Mom Died by Jennette McCurdy. We purchase new eBooks and Audiobooks every month. Search our collection here now!
Programs & Events
Join us on Zoom with local artist, Gwenn Seemel, as she hosts an online art talk about her children’s book “Baby Sees ABCs”. Seemel collaborated with some of her smallest fans to
Know Your Pet
How well do you know your pet? Learn more about your dogs, cats, birds, rabbits, and more with these purrrfect books for both adults and kids!
Thanksgiving Fact & Fiction
The Mayflower, the indigenous peoples, the meal, and more. Explore the fact and fiction of the Thanksgiving season.
You, Me, & Ancestry
Dig down deep and discover your familial roots in our regional history section as well as research the depths of genetic science.
Horribly Haunted Titles
Horror, witches, fact, fiction. Explore these terrorizing titles to join in the festive fearsomeness of Hallow's Eve.
Censorship has happened since the beginning of literature. Check out the classics that have endured through time, prejudice, and misunderstanding.
The Most Banned Books In The Past Decade
From 2010 to now, these are some of the most banned or challenged books of our time.
Museum and Park Passes
Use your library card to check out a pass that allows you free entrance to museums, parks, zoos, and more, locally and in surrounding areas.
This program is designed to engage adults, children, and families in art, history, science, technology, and literacy learning.
Read our Museum and Park Pass Guidelines here.