One Less Thing to Worry About- Automatic Renewals are Here!

Starting September 4, eligible items will renew automatically, giving you more peace of mind as well as more time with library materials. So what do you need to do? Nothing!

-Cardholders who have an email notification listed on their account will get an email letting them know which items were automatically renewed and which were not.

-Cardholders can sign up for email notifications by asking a staff member at the library, by phone during open hours, and by contacting us through our website .

-Cardholders can always check due dates for all items using the “My Account” tab on our website .

-Items that are on hold or have no renewals are not eligible.

Our goal is to improve your library experience.

Please contact the library with any questions!
Join us Friday at 12:00p for a showing of Same Kind of Different as Me (PG-13). A light lunch will be provided.
Join us Saturday at 10:00a to learn all things Google, perfect for a refresher or if you're new to the Google Suite.

Come move your body  this Saturday . Our Friends at Mano a Mano will lead us in a bi-lingual, cross generational Zumba experience. Wear comfortable clothing, and come prepared to feel the heat. All ages are welcome!

Don't forget that Jammin' in my Jammies is TOMORROW at 7:00p. We'll see you there.

Contact the library to learn more
Have a tween or teen that has a knack for designing and wants to help others in thecommunity? Join us Saturday at 12:30p as we learn what community members need most help with and then put those skills to good use. 

Indian Voices: Listening to Native Americans
by Alison Owings

Submitted by Lynn M.
Owings traveled around the country, talking to individuals of various nations with a variety of experiences and views. The result is a book that illustrates (rather than describing) the differences that exist between Indians of different tribes, generations, occupations, backgrounds. On the other hand, her geographical orientation revealed regional similarities that seem to transcend tribal affiliation. Well done, I thought. (Adult Non-Fiction)

Crooked House
by Agatha Christie

Submitted by Lynn M.
As a writer, Christie isn’t my favourite, but as a storyteller she simply can’t be topped. This is a bit different from her other novels – it’s written in the first person, for one thing. But I think it’s one of her best. (Adult Mysteries)

The Other Wes Moore: One Name, Two Fates
by Wes Moore

Submitted by Kim S.
In alternating narratives that take readers from heart-wrenching losses to moments of surprising redemption,  The Other Wes Moore  tells the story of a generation of boys trying to find their way in a hostile world. This inspiring and compassionate memoir is a story for our times – vital and relevant. (Adult Non-Fiction)

Everything I Never Told You
by Celeste Ng

Submitted by Kim S.
Secrets and dreams, everyone has them, but what happens when a parent’s dreams or expectations are not the ones you have for yourself? Everything I Never Told You is a poignant family drama delving into the questions of whether or not one can every really know or understand the inner lives of the ones they love the most. (Adult Fiction)