The library will be closed on Monday, May 27th.
We will resume normal hours beginning 9 a.m. on Tuesday, May 28th.
Springtime in my Neighborhood
May 22nd, 10:00 a.m.
All ages

Come meet the people in your neighborhood as they join us in a special storytime related to their jobs. 

May 22-Mail Carrier
May 29-Police Officer


Program Registration is Open

Our summer programs are open for registration!

Don't forget to register in person, online, or by phone to join these amazing summer programs.

View the full calendar of programs on our website.
Pre-Register for Summer Reading

Our summer reading programs start on June 3rd. Don't miss out on these great prizes!

Summer Reading Programs for:
Babies & Toddlers

Pre-register in person or online
Library Book Chat
May 29th, 7:00 p.m.

Love to share what you’re reading and hear what other readers are as well? Looking for suggestions on what to read or listen to next? Join this lively conversation with fellow readers about the latest book news, trends, new releases and favorite titles.
Book giveaways each month!

Lunch & a Movie
May 31st, 12:00 p.m.
Crazy Rich Asians (PG-13)

Rachel Chu is happy to accompany her longtime boyfriend, Nick, to his best friend's wedding in Singapore. She's also surprised to learn that Nick's family is extremely wealthy and he's considered one of the country's most eligible bachelors. Thrust into the spotlight, Rachel must now contend with jealous socialites, quirky relatives and something far, far worse -- Nick's disapproving mother.

Light Lunch Provided
Beyond Fiction
Monday, June 3rd, 7 p.m.
- Adam Alter
*Video chat with the author

Clue: Mystery Book Club
Friday, June 14th, 10 a.m.
The Escape Artist
- Brad Meltzer

Books are available for check out at the Adult Help Desk.
US Census Hiring Event
May 29th, 12:00 p.m.

Earn extra income while helping your community. The Census is hiring for a variety of temporary jobs including census takers, recruiting assistants, office staff and supervisors. Apply for one of thousands of temporary #2020CensusJobs.
Census results determine the number of seats each state has in the U.S. House of Representatives as well as how funds are spent on roads, schools and hospitals. Apply online at #ApplyToday #2020Census
Karamo: My Story of Embracing Purpose, Healing, and Hope
by Karamo Brown

Submitted by Stefanie M.
This book is for fans of Netflix’s Queer Eye or for anyone looking for inspiration to follow their dreams. Karamo Brown goes into detail about all of the metaphorical mountains that he’s climbed in his life, from substance abuse to coming out to becoming a father, and will give you the motivation you need to identify what’s holding you back, conquer your fears and climb your own metaphorical mountains, and ultimately live your best life.
(New Non-Fiction)

Wicked Autumn (Max Tudor #1)
by G. M. Malliet

Submitted by Lynn M.
This was fun. It was undemanding and escapist and exactly what I needed this weekend. It’s the first in a series, too, so if you’re left wanting more, there’s more to be found.

Everything In It's Place: First Loves and Last Tales
by Oliver Sacks

Submitted by Erik S.
This book, the third of Sacks’ posthumous collections, feels somewhat like an outtake reel from the author’s previous work. For readers already familiar with Sacks, there will likely be no surprises. Since he passed away, though, any new book is more than welcome. In this case, the editors have struck a happy medium between the author’s medical writings and his more autobiographical work. Sacks’ flits between his many interests and hobbies (such as fern hunting, herring tasting, and swimming), hero worship (in particular of maverick chemist Humphry Davy), and of course the neurological curiosity tales for which he is so famous. It might not be the best book to start with if you are new to Sacks, but for established fans, this will be a nice treat!
(New Non-Fiction)

The First Mountain Man
by William H. Johnstone

Submitted by Donna W.
The Preacher has been on his own since he ran away from home at fourteen, learning to live in the wilds of Montana and Wyoming. After rescuing four pioneers from the Apache, Preacher must choose to give up his solitary life or to become a guide on the Oregon Trail. With angry raiders and bandits tracking them, he struggles to lead the two men and two women to safety. The story is action packed, and while it can be a little graphic about killing, life on the prairie and the relations between settlers and the indigenous people, it does not dwell for very long on the subject. This is the first book in the "First Mountain Man" series.
(Historical Fiction)