A huge thank you for your overwhelming support of our new contactless curbside service . The first week, we served approximately 700 people and delivered 2,500 library items.

Once the word was out, hold requests soared to more than 6,000 items! Wow! Our doors may be closed, but there’s a lot of activity going on behind the scenes!

Rain or shine, staff are bringing out items for pickup. If you get a busy signal when you call, please keep trying. We’re experiencing a high call volume.

Thank you for your patience during this strange time. Service is becoming quicker every day as we settle into a new routine. We really miss our patrons and appreciate being able to get materials to you in a way that is safe for everyone. 
We don’t have all the answers yet, but we’re developing a plan.
Summer Reading Challenge 2020 NEW!
While the library has been closed to the public, we’ve been working on a customized website and app for our Summer Reading Challenge. Beanstack can be used with a computer, tablet or smartphone and is designed to help all ages easily keep track of their reading and other challenge activities.

You can still track your progress using a printed reading log, but with the unique challenges of COVID-19, Beanstack provides another option for those who would prefer to complete the challenge online.

We’re still putting some finishing touches on the program, which is scheduled to start June 15. Watch our website and social media channels for registration information and prizes! 
Our librarians are recommending a great mix of reads for all ages to help pass the time while we’re Safer at Home.
Dr. JJ Allen PharmD, CISSN and Sean Casey RD, CISSN share answers to common immune system-related questions received at Sawyer Street Hometown Pharmacy. 
Back by popular demand, the Mark Gruenwald Comic Book Creation Challenge is full speed ahead!
Pick up your free art kit from House of Heroes or Zaroni’s during business hours, or at the library on
Mon., May 11 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and Wed., May 13 from 3 to 5 p.m. 
We’ve moved some of our programming online!
2020 Census numbers will determine the number of congressional seats and Electoral College votes each state gets. It guides how an estimated $1.5 trillion a year in federal dollars is distributed for public services such as healthcare, schools, roads and other vital services. 
Summer hours are almost here!