Library Program


The young at heart are invited to this all-ages, intergenerational, Chalk-the-Walk event on Saturday, September 19 from 10 a.m. to noon. An exciting obstacle course will be chalked onto the Jefferson Street sidewalk along the library’s south side. Complete the obstacle course for fitness and fun as many times as you like. (The obstacle course will remain available after this date while weather permits.) Attendees also receive their own packet of chalk and are encouraged to embellish the course and/or create their own sidewalk art for the enjoyment of the community.

Programs are free and registration is not required. Children under age 8 must be accompanied by a caregiver.  All events adhere to current requirements for social distancing, building capacity guidelines, and mask requirements. Stay informed regarding updates, including weather cancellations, on the library’s website or Facebook page.

Railroad Ink Challenge

Take on library staff in a game of Railroad Ink! In this roll & write game, players will attempt to make the best use of the dice rolled in each round, creating a network of railways and roads. Staff will go through a practice round and then play through at least one full game. Post your score sheet for bragging rights!

Pick up your score sheets at the library (limit 3 per patron) or print them out right at home: Railroad Ink Scoresheet

If you'd like to familiarize yourself with the rules beforehand, we can help with that, too: Railroad Ink Rulebook (Blazing Red edition)

Record your participation in Beanstack (home of our summer reading program) for a chance to win our copy of the game!

MAY 21 Calming Sensory Jars - Pinterest Adult Craft Hour (Ages 16+)

Calming jars can be used as time out devices for children or relaxing meditation for adults. Construct a beautifully layered, slow-flow sensory jar. Registration required. Call 748-6160 or stop by the library to sign up for this event. Pinterest Adult Crafting Hour is a seasonal event with a Spring Series that runs March-May and a Fall Series that runs September-November on Thursdays at 6:00 P.M 


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