Summer is almost here! The Library summer program will get under way Tuesday, May 28. Adults, teens, and kids will have two ways to participate: read (or listen) for a certain number of hours, or finish a certain number of books, for prizes! And don’t miss the special events for every age. Because of our smaller temporary location, some events will be held outside the library at the Carnegie Building, Watkins Museum, Natural History Museum, and other fun places around town. So check the location before you leave home!
Saturday, June 1, 10 am to noon, in the Library parking lot, we’re formally kicking off summer with the Library’s own version of “Summer School”. No more homework, no more books, just experts from around town to teach you some fun DIY. Want to know how to change a tire? Make an Origami Yoda? Make a throwie (figure out what a throwie is). Dance moves, cupcake decorating, paper flower making, gardening, bike maintenance, and lots of other cool things. We are partnering with tons of awesome community organizations to teach you some fun new skills to show off to your friends. Put this on your calendar.