Programs For All Ages
Advanced registration is required to reserve your spot for these family-friendly activities.
Mental Health Awareness: Support and Empower
Monday, September 24
Raise your awareness of the importance of positive mental health for overall health and daily functioning. Learn to have caring conversations and keep yourself and your loved ones safe. This course is presented by Sertoma Centre, Inc. providing community health education. Teens and adults.
Taffy Apple Making
Thursday, October 11
Get in the mood for autumn by learning how to make taffy apples, just in time for Halloween. Learn how to pick the perfect apple, make the coating, and choose toppings from the topping bar. Then package the taffy apple to take it home for others to enjoy or eat your creation before you leave. Children 8 and under MUST be accompanied with an adult. Limit 25.
Family Fun Fall Festival
Saturday, October 13
We’ve planned a fantastic outdoor fall festival for the entire family! There will be holiday gifts and crafts sold by local vendors and plenty of fun-filled activities for children and the entire family including a pumpkin patch, hay rides, inflatables, cider and donuts, a petting zoo and more. Craft Vendors: a $10 non-refundable fee reserves your 10’ X 10’ selling space and is payable when you reserve your spot. You must provide your own table. Applications can be picked up at the Reference Desk or printed from our website. Space is limited, application deadline is October 1.
Saturday, November 10
If you have a favorite or awesome secret chili recipe, then we are looking for you! Register to enter your special chili recipe for a chance to be our winner. Patrons are invited to come into the Library between 12:15pm and 12:45 to sample and vote for their favorite entry.
** Official rules and entry form available at the Reference desk beginning October 15.
Save the Date
9th Annual Holiday Spectacular
Wednesday, December 5
Ring in the 2018 holiday season at the 9th annual Holiday Spectacular! There will be Christmas carols by local students, refreshments (sponsored by the Friends of the Library) and a special visit by the jolly one himself! Parents are encouraged to bring their cameras for holiday photos.