Want to help set a new world record for summer reading? Last year students around the world logged 64,213,141 reading minutes through the Scholastic Summer Challenge and this year they hope to beat this!
This week's LEGO challenge.... Houses! Children ages 7-12 used their imaginations to create some great buildings at our LEGO program this week.
Children ages 8-12 had fun learning about the galaxy, while winning prizes, discovering some great books about outer space, and snacking on moon pies!
2-year-old children enjoyed some bedtime stories and a bunny craft at our Night, Night! storytime yesterday.
Children ages 3-4 created their own magic wands and listened to stories during the first week of summer reading.
Children ages 5-7 enjoyed a magical storytime and craft during the first week of summer reading!
Two-year-old children attended a magical storytime at the library today. They listened to stories about dreams and wishes and made a fun craft!
Summer reading has officially begun! Come in and sign up for our summer reading program and learn about all of the new and exciting programs we are offering this summer.
Come to the library this summer to pick up some books and berries too! This evening and every Thursday throughout the summer, the County Library’s Amphitheater parking lot will be transformed into an outdoor farmers market from 4 p.m.