Summer Reading is Underway!

Reading logs for kids, teens, and adults are available at the library, at Bookmobile stops, or can be printed from Prize information is also available at that same link. View our summer programs at Library programs are always free!

Drive Up Window & Permanent Book Drop are now open!

Though façade work will not be completed until July, the new drive up and the permanent book drop are now open!
Those wanting to pick up hold items at the Drive-Up need to select ”Drive-Up” as the pickup library when placing the hold.
Items placed on hold for pickup at the Main Library will only be available inside the library.

Poetree for Kids

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April is National Poetry Month! Help us celebrate by creating your very own haiku to add to our poetree display in the Children's Department!

A traditional haiku is a three-line poem, usually about nature, with a total of 17 syllables. The first line includes 5 syllables, the second line includes 7 syllables, and the third line includes 5 syllables.

You can play with the subject and form to create your very own version of a haiku, or write any type of poem. Give your creation to the librarian at the Children's Desk during any of the library's open hours, and we'll get it added to the display!

Happy writing!