- Songs & Letters of World War II
- Rosetta Stone
- Zika, Flu and Tdap
- Medicare & You
- Family Story Time
- Craft on the Go
In a moving tribute to Veterans Day and the resiliency of the human spirit, the Traveling Literary TheaterTM pays homage to the men and women who struggled, fought, lived and died during World War II. International jazz singer, Maggie Worsdale, performs a number of songs that best represent the feeling and mood of the era. Professional actors in military costume, share personal letters, quotes and accounts of the war.
The library now offers Rosetta Stone, the world's best language-learning software.
Medicare & You
Are you turning 65 or older and confused by Medicare? Are you already on a Medicare plan and want to reduce your costs? Join us for this educational program to learn about cost gaps and to have all your Medicare questions answered by experts who understand the complexities. This program is presented by Golden Years Design Benefits.
Want to hear the newest children’s books? Drop in with the whole family for story time in the children’s room. One lucky child will win the book to keep! Monday, September 12th at 7pm. No registration required.
Every Friday, stop into the Children's Room to pick up a craft to take home and work on. All you need is a glue stick and some crayons at home. Everything else you need is in the bag!
Guidelines for Children's Programs