Registration begins March 16th. Register now.
Easter Crafts For ages 3-12 Thursday, April 6th 1:30-3:00 pm
Come to the library for an afternoon of crafting. There will be a variety of Easter Craft projects available with varying degrees of difficulty.
Registration begins Thursday, March 23rd.
Candy Science For Grades 3-6 Wednesday, April 5th 10:00-11:00 am
Oh, sugar, sugar! Let’s play with candy and learn some science concepts along the way.
Winter Book Discussion 2017 Series: Ain’t That Peculiar
Mondays, February 13th, March 13th & April 10th, at 6:30 p.m.
"Born to wealth in the 1880s, Homer and Langley became recluses and hoarders barricaded inside their Fifth Avenue brownstone, which was crammed with more than 100 tons of moldering junk. Altering facts and tinkering with time, Doctorow has Homer, who is blind, narrate with deadpan humor and spellbinding precision. Homer is devoted to music, and his brother is devoted to him, but Langley, off-kilter after a gas attack in the Great War, is beyond strange. He rebuilds a Model T in the dining room, collects everything from pianos to army surplus, and amasses newspapers to assemble a forevermore edition, Doctorow's sly enactment of the fall of print and the rise of the Internet, a realm as chaotic and trash-filled as the Collyer mansion. Over the decades, people come and go--lovers, a gangster, a jazz musician, a flock of hippies, but finally Homer and Langley are irrevocably alone, prisoners in their fortress of rubbish, trapped in their warped form of brotherly love. Wizardly Doctorow presents an ingenious, haunting odyssey that unfolds within a labyrinth built out of the detritus of war and excess."--Seaman, Donna Copyright 2009 Booklist
A free, fun, and easy greeting card craft using scrapbooking paper and embellishments, useful for any birthday, holiday, or occasion! All supplies will be provided by the library at the class. Register here now!