Starting Monday, March 4 and most likely continuing for several days, a geothermal test bore will take place in the library parking lot to determine the future energy source of the new library. The public should expect that parking will be impacted for several days as the rig arrives, drills, then is removed. Some level of noise will also be a factor as drilling will be followed by a generator running to conduct a conductivity test. We apologize for the inconvenience.

Category: Teens

  • Teens

Sharpie Art: Monday, May 22nd

Open to anyone in grades 5-12. Come to the Meeting Room from 3-4 to create sharpie art! We’ll use different techniques to create doodles, drawings,…
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Teen Library Lounge: May 18th

Come to the Meeting Room from 6-8pm on Thursday, May 18th. We’ll have a build-your-own Boba Bar, board games, puzzles, music, art activities and new…
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Tiny Art Show

Calling all artists! If you are in Grades 6-12, you are welcome to submit a piece to our first ever Tiny Art Show. The Tiny Art Show is open…
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New in YA: Shelf Talkers

Next time you’re in the YA Department, fill out one of our “Read Me!” book marks, stick it in one of your favorite recent reads,…
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More Manga Coming Soon!

Thanks to everyone who has contributed their suggestions for additions to our Manga collection. New series will be hitting the shelves soon – so keep…
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A slatted brown wall with floating shelves filled with colorful new young adult books.

New YA Books

The best way to find new (and available) titles is to browse our beautiful YA wall! It’s the first place new fiction, graphic novels, and…
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