Events – 10 Nov 23
Say thank you to a veteran! Writing a letter is a meaningful way for Americans to show support for all who serve. It only takes a few minutes of your day but will bring lasting joy to the recipients. Write a letter or a make a drawing (or both!) at the Library, and we will send your thank you messages on to Operation Gratitude: a non-profit that sends thousands of handwritten letters of appreciation, love, and support to veterans, military, and frontline responders. This program is available during library hours for the month of November by the Circulation desk. This program is for adults, teens, and children ages five and up.
10:30 am -
This month the book club will meet both in person and on Zoom to discuss In the Distance by Hernán Díaz. To join the discussion write to email@example.com. For more information about the book club click here. Hybrid meeting setup is subject to change so please check back closer to the event to confirm.
10:30 am -
Join us for our popular Story Time for infants and toddlers outside on our front lawn. Story Time is designed to enhance early literacy skills and features diverse children’s books in which all children can see themselves represented… plus we have a lot of fun! Please bring a blanket or lawn chair to sit on. Children must be supervised by an adult at all times. Story Time will be held outdoors throughout the year, but will be cancelled on days when the temperature is extreme, or if it is raining. Cancellations will be posted on our website at the top of our homepage. You may also call the Library when we open at 10 a.m. to inquire.
4:00 pm -
Come test your knowledge of anime and manga in team trivia at the Library! If you don’t have a group, don’t worry, we’ll find you a team here.
This program is for teens ages 13-18. It will take place in person at the Library, and walk-ins are welcome.