with the Home Baking Association
February 2nd, 7:00 p.m.

Let’s bake again with friends from the Home Baking Association! Our bakers will teach yeast dough basics to make whole grain pizza crust. Learn some new pizza recipes and skills. Watch Sharon and Charlene create a dessert pizza. Recipes will be provided and there will be time to “ask the baker.” Join us for a fun, informative presentation, and a chance to win a prize.
Register to receive the Zoom meeting link.
January - March

Missing storytime? No worries, our storytime kit includes a flannel board story and activity sheet. 
Call the Library for more details.
February 3rd

Register to pick up your experiment supplies and book, then log in and watch the video explaining the science and how to do the experiment/project.
February 4th

A fun, lively book chat from the comfort of your own home. We’ll discuss what books we’re enjoying, which books we aren’t, and what we’re reading next.  Discover “new to you books” from other readers as well as a rundown of new books hitting the library shelves each month.
Register to receive the meeting link.
February 24th

Join us for a live online conversation and Q & A with director Frances Causey, who will discuss her film, The Long Shadow.  Watch the movie first (available anytime through Kanopy) and join live on 2/24/21 at 7:00 p.m.
Register to receive the meeting link.
Snow is Falling, Books are Calling
January 18th - February 28th

Get cozy, get snuggly, get a good book.
Our Winter Reading Program is easy: read with us for 90 minutes every week to receive prizes in your mailbox!
Sign up online or call the Library to register.
adapted by Brian Herbert, Kevin J. Anderson (original story by Frank Herbert)

Submitted by Molly J.
Dune is definitely receiving some hype because of the forthcoming Denis Villeneuve movie adaptation. It’s hard to adapt one of the most important science fiction novels of all time in any other medium, but I think this does a decent job. The artwork is beautiful and overall it seems to do the classic story justice. If you haven’t had the time or the focus to read the Dune series in their original format or watch the David Lynch film adaptation from 1984, this might be a good place to start.
by Linda Akeson McGurk

Submitted by Kelly K.
I’ve heard this phrase from my Scandinavian family – the second part is “only bad clothing.” In other words, no weather is so bad that you can’t enjoy being outdoors. This book is a primer for families to reconnect with nature; exploring forest preschools, free play, mud pie making, and more. McGurk’s upbringing with Sweden's friluftsliv—a love of open air life – helps her guide readers away from screens and back outside. Bundle up and go play!
by Zainab Khan

Submitted by Stefanie M.
Do you love to draw and doodle? In this book creator Zainab Khan shows kids, teens, and adults how to draw foods, cheerful doodle monsters, and basic everyday items in a cute "Kawaii" style. Looking to get your kids off screens for a bit or ready to try something new? This book has easy to follow directions and lots of fun drawing ideas!
by Kyla May

Submitted by Patty G.
A great new series for young readers loaded with illustrations about Bub the Pug and his wild adventures.  
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