2014 Summer Reading Club
Come in and sign up to report your weekly reading and join us for our accompanying science themed activities. Report your reading for at least 3 of the 7 weeks and earn your invitation to our Summer's End Celebration on July 30.
Summer Reading Club starts June 9 and ends July 26.
Upcoming Program: 13abc's Chief Meteorologist Jay Berschback
Wednesday, July 23 at 2:00p
For all program dates and times click here or the menu link up top.
Summer Reading Club is sponsored by:
New Circulation Policy
Our new circulation policy started July 1. To read the full policy click here.
- All fines are now .10 a day
- Items checked out prior to July 1 are still subject to the old fines
- Tables & chairs are still .50 a day per item
- Checkout item limit is now 100. Increased from 50.
- No more max checkout limits on DVDs and CDs.
- A limit of 5 games can be checked out per card.
- Refunds will not be given for lost items paid for and then found
The Summer Reading Club isn't just for kids and teens. We also have an Adult Reading Club. When you finish reading a book come in and fill out an entry form. At the end of each week we will draw a name and that person wins a prize of their choice. If you enter 3 weekly drawings you will get an invitation to our Summer End Celebration.
-The July board meeting has been cancelled. The next meeting is August 27.
-Sign up for Author Alerts. When your favorite authors publish a new book we will place a hold for you.
Read Off Your Fines
Students in Kindergarten through High School are invited to register with the reference desk to read off library fines. Every 15 minutes equals $1. A max of $20 can be read off. This offer applies to late fees only and can not be used toward lost or damaged materials. Time read will only be applied to the student's card. Read times must be done at the library and you must sign in with a reference librarian before beginning.
Program dates: June 9 - July 26
Friends of the Library Book Sale
Thursday, Aug 14 - Friends only preview night
Friday/Saturday, Aug 15/16 - Sale
Monday, Aug 18 - Bag Day
The Friends of the Library raise money to pay for many activities that benefit the library. Their major fundraiser is the Friends of the Library Used Book Sale. This sale is a great way for the Friends to raise money. There are volunteer opportunities for the members to set up, work and dismantle the book sale. As a Friend you will have first access to the Book Sale.
Tuesday Book Club
August's book is Don't Ever Look Back by Daniel Friedman. The club will meet on August 12 at 10 am in the community room.
In Daniel Friedman's new novel, set in Memphis, Tennessee, and four months after the events of DON'T EVER GET OLD, eighty-eight-year-old Buck Schatz is reluctantly coming to terms with the fact that he can only move around with the aid of a walker, and his dementia seems to be getting worse.So when one of Buck's long-time foes, a bank-robber named Elijah, comes to Buck looking for protection from mysterious pursuers, Buck wavers.
Teen Game Day
Every Tuesday after school join your fellow teens for some gaming. There will be an X-Box and/or a Wii plus board games. Bring in your own CCGs or other non-video games.
Tuesdays with Adam
General computer and technology help*. Walk-in for a 30 minute session. Bring in your portable devices (laptops, tablets, e-readers, etc). No sign-up is required. First-come, first-served. Every Tuesday between 1p - 7p.
*Diagnostics and/or repairs are not performed.
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