Whether you come for homework or job searches, assistance with your e-reader, classes and events for all members of your family, or to find the best books for young readers, libraries are a great place to spend quality time and connect with loved ones and friends.
Join us in celebrating libraries in April!
- How would you describe the library in one word? Add your word to a National Library Week tag, at the library, and we’ll include it in this week’s display.
- Amnesty, this week only, for overdue library materials. No fines will be collected: long-overdue items must be returned, in good condition, to the circulation desk for correct action to be taken.
- Family Game Night on Wednesday, April 15, 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. Sign-up HERE.
- The Human Library on Sunday, April 12th, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
We’re challenging you to describe the library in one word. Stop by and add your word to one of our tags, to be included in a new display at the library.
Amnesty Week: Monday through Saturday, April 13 – 18
Spring Cleaning? Find any library materials? During National Library Week we will grant amnesty for overdue library materials returned that week: no fines will be collected.
It’s important to return long-overdue items, in good condition, to the circulation desk for correct action to be taken and all monies to be removed from your account(s).
The Human Library
The Human Library is a worldwide project designed to challenge views that lead to misunderstanding, prejudice and discrimination within communities.
“The Human Library is a living, breathing library where humans are the books and the stories are their lives.”
Don’t Judge A Book By Its Cover