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May 1–June 11
In an effort to help parents provide their children with the gift of lifelong learning, the Friends of the Library are giving away Books for Babies kits to babies born or adopted during the month of May.
TAG (Tween Activity Group) meets once a month for fun activities, crafts, and games. It is open to those in Grades 4-5. This month, on Friday, May 5 at 7:00 pm, we're learning how to tie dye! All you need to do is register and bring your own shirt.
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Kidz Zone presents Frog Frenzy! Kidz Zone is a program open to kids in Kindergarten through First Grade that features stories, crafts, and games. We explore a new theme each month. Our next program is on May 15 from 6:30 pm - 7:15 pm. Registration is required.
Friday nights are made for watching movies, eating snacks, and hanging out with your friends! Teens grades 6-12 are invited to watch movies on the big screen in the Young Adult Program room. We'll eat popcorn, cookies, and drink pop. The only thing you have to do is sit back, relax, and enjoy the show! Registration is required.
Documentaries tell the stories of our lives—often, stories many of us don't get to hear. This new program sheds light on locally created films that aim to improve our world, our minds, and our common future.
Show your creative side and help us celebrate Children's Book Week by designing a bookmark! The contest is open to Grades K-12 and will run from Saturday, April 1 to Saturday, May 6.