Introduction to eBooks

Adult, Computer

This class will explore the Overdrive Digital Library and introduce you to the world of eBooks. Learn the difference between audiobooks and eBooks, how to search for materials, downloading, and what devices you can use them on. MOUSE SKILL is required.

Tue, Nov. 10 (10:30am)

Soft and Gentle Yoga


Soft & gentle yoga is good for beginners, students wanting a slower paced class, those who are very stiff or have minor injuries.  This class is for those who want a comfortable, nurturing yoga experience with lots of stretching, breathing exercises and deep relaxation.  Gently improves postu

Tue, Nov. 10 (2:00pm)



STAFF workshop

Tue, Nov. 10 (2:00pm)

Library Hounds


Children are welcome to practice their reading skills and make new furry friends by reading aloud to registered therapy dogs from the volunteer group Happy Tails.   These dogs love to hear a good story, and reading to dogs has been shown to increase literacy skills and confidence in children.

Tue, Nov. 10 (6:30pm)

Dulcimer demonstration

Adult, Family, Music

Dulcimer demonstration and performance

Tue, Nov. 10 (7:30pm)

Mystery Book Group

Adult, Book Club

Each month we choose and feature a mystery author. We'll all read any book by that author, then discuss our specific book and the author in general.

The featured authors for the fall are:

Wed, Nov. 11 (10:00am)

THANK YOU VETERANS! Card Making Program

Adult, Kids, Teen, Family, Homeschooler

Drop in the library to make a card of appreciation for a local veteran.
We will provide all the supplies and get your card to a veteran.

Wed, Nov. 11 (11:00am)



Get fit at the library! This family fitness program is designed to teach kids about the importance of healthy lifestyle habits.

Thu, Nov. 12 (11:00am)

Healthy Eating in a Junk Food World

Adult, Teen

Healthy Eating in a Junk Food World
Label to Table — Navigating the Landscape

Thu, Nov. 12 (6:30pm)

BCC LIFE Program - Hitchcock Films

Adult, Film

 The Master of Cinematic Suspense
We will be watching and discussing the following films from the works
of Hitchcock: “The 39 Steps”, “North by Northwest”, and “Torn Curtain.”
LFG 331 16 — 3 Sessions
October 9, November 13, December 11
FRI 10 — 12:30 pm

Fri, Nov. 13 (10:00am)

Mockingjay Craft


Calling all Hunger Games fans!  Mockingjay part 2 is coming to theaters soon.  Join Miss Doneanne to make a crepe mockingjay wall hanging to celebrate the final movie based off Suzanne Collins’ best-selling novels.

Fri, Nov. 13 (6:30pm)

Excel 2013 For Beginners

Adult, Computer

Learn the basics of creating a spreadsheet. Topics include: how to interact with the Ribbon, working with cells & tables, basic formulas & calculations, and how to dress up your layout.  PLEASE BRING A FLASH DRIVE TO CLASS.

Sat, Nov. 14 (9:30am)

Super Saturday


Join Ms. Marsha for super seasonal stories and a "fall"-bulous craft

  • Saturday, NOV 14
  • 10:30 am
  • Ages 2-6
  • Registration requested;walk-ins are welcome
Sat, Nov. 14 (10:30am)

History's Heroes: Marie Curie

Kids, Homeschooler

Join Mr. Dennis for a short story and a craft centered around the life and discoveries of Marie Curie.  Learn how this pioneer in science made the ultimate sacrifice in her quest for knowledge.

Sat, Nov. 14 (11:00am)

BCC LIFE Program - German Films

Adult, Film

Viewing and discussing German Films-

Movies to be shown will be:  Mostly Martha (2001), Young Goethe in Love (2010).


Sat, Nov. 14 (12:30pm)