A variety of materials and programs for ages 0 to grade 5

2017 Children’s Library Summer Club 

Library Summer Club for Grades Pre-K – 4th

Join the Library Summer Club. Sign-ups start at our kick-off events, Tuesday, June 27 at 11  a.m. or again at 6:30 p.m. You can also join any time after that date. All participants will have a card on file at the library. When you visit the library, have your card stamped. You will earn a small prize on your third visit. Three visits equal one small prize. Younger non-readers may also join. Attending a library program counts as a visit.

Stop in to the library this summer. Pick out some great books. Attend a cool program. Earn prizes. What could be better!

Family Story Times: Thursdays at 10:00 am

Join us for new and classic stories, songs, finger plays, and a related craft. Check the events calendar for specific session dates.

Lego Building Days

Lego Building Days are scheduled on the first Wednesday of the month during the school year.

Drop-in Crafts  

Monthly and seasonal drop-in craft days and weeks are scheduled through out the year. Check the events calendar for specific dates.

Afternoon Movies

Watch the calendar for after school movies throughout the year and during school vacation weeks. Often featuring recent release DVDs for children.

Great Stone Face books

2016-17 Great Stone Face Winner: Roller Girl by Victoria Jamieson

Books for the 2017-18 school year are available at the library. See the full list.

Fun & Games page



 Online Resources 

See Homework Help page for more resources.


The International Children’s Digital Library: A great resource for multicultural books as well as historical and contemporary books from around the world. Sign up for free!


word centralMerriam Webster’s Word Central: Offers kids a student dictionary, Daily Buzzword, and interactive word games.


Find novelistK8_plusrecommended fiction and nonfiction books and book lists for K-8. Also, use to find books for your Lexile reader measure.



Starfstarfallall: An online reading teaching tool for early readers. It focuses on phonics and divides their programs into four level of reading.



storyline+onlineStoryline Online: Features members of the Screen Actors Guild reading picture books! Each video includes accompanying activities and lesson ideas.