Holiday Closing Reminder:

The Library will be closed December 31st and January 1st.

Happy Holidays!

Return your Gingerbread to the library by January 4, 2021 to be put on display for voting. Include your name, email, and book that inspired you on the back. 
The gingerbread template is available for pickup until January 3rd. 
Voting will take place January 11th-February 1st.

Want to test your skills in a digital escape room? Choose from two BreakoutEDU games or challenge yourself to do both! 
After you register you will receive an email with directions and the code needed to enter the games. The code will be good for the rest of the month. 
Recommended for Elementary and Middle School ages
January 6, 10:00 a.m.

A modified Zumba dance class for those with mobility issues or who want to take it a bit easier - with fun music. It's great exercise for everyone! 
Enjoy fun music and a happy, engaging instructor as we exercise in the privacy of our own homes.
Register to receive the link.
An "Un-Book Club"
January 7, 7:00 p.m.

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 link.
In a Hurry? Use myLIBRO!

While we do not require appointments to use our Grab & Go service, the myLIBRO app is a great way to ensure your items are ready for you when you arrive at the library. No waiting to have your items checked out!
Place items on hold online, over the phone, or with the myLIBRO app.
Once you are notified that your holds are ready you can schedule your pick up in myLIBRO.
Have questions? Call, email, or chat us.

TRemote Printing, Faxing, Copy, and Scanning services are available.
To utilize the Remote Printing, Faxing, Copy, or Scanning service, please click here.
You send us your print request or provide us with your fax/copy/scan in the Library’s lobby, and we will do the job for you.
Full details are listed on our website.
by Beth Morrey

Submitted by Kelly F.
A well-written, cozy read for fans of dogs, warm drinks, and all things British. What is it like to be a retired librarian short on family and long on time to reminisce and regret? Will Millicent open her heart to life when it comes or not recognize the gifts that are given? This book makes a great holiday read with spirited discussion of “turkey or goose” for Christmas, being far from loved ones, and the experience of spending New Year’s Eve... dog-sitting!
by Katherine May

Submitted by Kelly K.
Wintering is perfect reading for any difficult time you might go through, and for those that hate the winter season itself, but resounds even more powerfully with the pandemic. I loved everything about this book: the writing, the perspective, and especially the lessons we can learn from nature.
by Jennifer Lynn Barnes

Submitted by Kathryn S.
Avery just wants to graduate high school and get on with her life. She doesn't know how she can afford college until she learns an unknown benefactor has left her millions. There is a catch. She has to live for a year in his mansion with all of her benefactor’s relatives who are furious that she inherited everything. I like the comparison of "Knives Out meets Cinderella."
Inheritance was fun to read.
by Holly Hobbie

Submitted by Patty G.
This is a sweet story of friendship between a porcupine and a skunk. 
Beautiful illustrations and words of encouragement for children that may be feeling sad or lonely.
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