• Winter Reading

If you liked Raina Telgemeier….

Sometimes the hardest part of finishing a good book is finding a follow-up that you’ll like just as much! Graphic novels by Raina Telgemeier have been quite popular lately, and we get a lot of inquiries for suggestions for more books like them. So, upon popular demand, here is our list of…

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Winter Reading 2017

Winter Reading

It’s the perfect time of year for snuggling up with a good book- or many good books! From January 7th through February 28th, the Library’s Winter Reading Program will be in session. For the Youth Department, it’s designed to be a fun little challenge for kids, babies though 8th grade,…

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Cabin Fever Cures

Time to get outside and play in the snow to shake off that cabin fever! It’s a winter wonderland that’s pretty to look at and we have ideas to make the scenery even more exciting! Of course, there is the classic snowman or snow angel. But to make it even…

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Sphero Light Painting

In November 4th-8th graders joined Ms. Alison for a Sphero Light Painting program. The kids learned about how to take pictures of Sphero robots in the dark. Light painting is a photography trick that requires a slow shutter speed lasting at least a second to allow time to capture a light…

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Winter Wonders

It’s going to be a winter wonderland soon! Whether you prefer staying cozy and warm indoors or bundling up to venture into the great outdoors, there is something to do during these chilly, snowy months for all. Take a look at some ideas we’ve come up with for you and…

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