We are now meeting on the third Tuesday due to weather on the 10th. We will be reading the graphic nonfiction story March, written by Andrew Aydin and civil-rights leader John Lewis. This black and white comic begins in 1965 with John Lewis standing on the bridge in Selma, Alambam. Following "Bloody Sunday" the book goes back to tell Lewis's life story up to that point. This fascinating and exciting historical graphic is a powerful telling of the Civil Rights movement. Books are available at the circulation desk. All are welcome to our potluck and discussion on Tuesday January 10 at 5:30.

Jan 17 2017 - 5:30pm to 7:00pm

Led by retired Kindergarten teacher, Grandma Helene, this storytime invovlves reading, crafts and snacks. Children are encouraged to play with others, practice fine motor skills with the craft, and learn new concepts through our picture books. Children ages 2-5 are welcome to join us. 

Jan 19 2017 - 10:00am to 11:00pm

We are expanding the library! And we need your help. Consider giving to our fundraising effort and help us meet our goal of $900,0000. Together we can build a better library. Click here to be taken to our online giving site and see the video we have put together about the library.

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