Resources, Events, & Info While We are Closed

Our building is temporarily closed, but our library is more than a building and is still here!  We continue to provide resources, events (online), activities and more.  

Information about items already checked out, reserves, and more is here.

Most of the resources below are available to everyone - a library card is NOT required.  If you don't have a library card and want one to access the resources that do require a card, please see here.

Our reopening plan:

Our reopening plan is here

Our drop box opens on Wednesday, June 17. Details are here
Curbside pickup will begin on Monday, June 22.  Details are here.

Staying connected:

You can find us on social media:

If you have any questions or would like help with anything library-related, please email us.
Anything youth-related: Jennifer Perryman - 
Anything not youth-related: our reference staff -

Resources, activities, and more:
These pages will be updated with additional resources.

Online reading, learning, and fun resources

Printable activity pages, story starters and more
If you don't have a printer, many (how-to-draw, story starters, etc.) can be done on plain paper or a computer/tablet.

Screen-free things to do at home

Resources about COVID-19 - books and booklets for children, journal pages, tips for talking with your child

Library Projects:

Share a Smile - Share artwork and letters with Meals on Wheels recipients.

Share Your Story - Share your experiences and daily life during this pandemic.

Virtual Events:

Summer Reading ProgramSome things will be different this year, but we are looking forward to encouraging reading and listening to books and to hosting fun online events and projects for you to do at home.  

Stay-at-Home Story Night - Join us on Facebook Live at 7:00 P.M. on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Videos will remain on our Facebook page after the live event through the end of June.

Storytime - online every two weeks on Friday mornings. Also, see Storytime at Home - Before we started Storytime online, we posted books, songs, and activities for you to have "Storytime at Home" with your child.  

Book Clubs - Book Buddies, Bookworms, and Chapter Chatters  - For the summer, books club meeting will be part of our Summer Reading Program.

Additional Events - will be posted as they are scheduled.

For adults:

Resources on Coronavirus - links to information about COVID-19, self-care, local sources of help, and more

Questions? Please get in touch with us!

Please reach out if you need help accessing our resources or have any questions.  We are available to connect with you from a distance now and look forward to being back together in person eventually!

Anything youth-related - Jennifer Perryman - 
Anything not youth-related - our reference staff -

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