Dear Community,

Happy National Pet Month! We have enjoyed seeing the pictures of your furry and feathered friends, and we hope you have enjoyed seeing our staff trying to get their pets to sit still for a story. Our animals certainly bring us comfort and enjoyment during this very uncertain time, and we are glad to celebrate them this month.

At the library, we are firming up plans to start offering some services to our patrons. There is a lot of information and many factors to consider - safety being #1 - but our plans are coming together. Thank you for your patience and understanding as we move forward. Look for details coming up in future eNewsletters.

Hopefully you are able to get out and enjoy the sun and fresh air! Stay safe and be well.
Upcoming Virtual Programs
Online Pet Puppet Craft
Ages 3+ • Online
Celebrate National Pet Month by making a paper bag puppet with Miss Nikki.
Virtual Yin Yoga
Adults • Mon, May 18 at 9 am
Suitable for almost all levels of students, target the connective tissues of the body that normally are not exercised in asana.
Finals Study Break
Teens • Multiple at 3 pm
Join us for an afternoon of helpful study tips, a place to just hang out with your friends, and participate in a Pet Show & Tell (show everyone your cute critters!)
Job Search Like a Pro
Adults • Mon, May 18 at 7 pm
Presenter Erica Reckamp helps you prepare for various types of interviews, present yourself as a winning candidate, and recover from job search missteps.
Let's Learn How to Zoom
Adults • Multiple
Zoom has become a big part of our lives. Library programs, classes and bookclubs use it. Even families use it to keep in touch. So let's become more familiar with Zoom.
Online Pub Trivia
Adults • Mon, May 18 at 7 pm
Try our first ever online pub trivia! Test your knowledge of all sorts of trivia against other teams. Win bragging rights and an evening of fun.
About DNA
Adults • Wed, May 20 at 6 pm
Get the low down on DNA research from genealogy librarians Kate Mills and Nancy Hassman, they will teach us about what they have learned about using DNA testing for genealogy research.
Classics Book Club
Adults • Wed, May 20 at 7 pm
Passionate readers meet online via Zoom to discuss classic, popular books. This months selection is The Age of Innocence by Edith Wharton. 
Online Yoga Storytime
Ages 3-5 • Thu, May 21 at 10 am
Yoga Instructor Miss Alexa will teach yoga live on Facebook through stories, songs, and poses to engage the imagination and senses.