Come to the library to borrow books, movies, magazines and more;to use our computers or our internet service; to visit our art shows; to attend events and much more...
Art in the Community Room
January-February Nancy Emond + student watercolor class paintings.
Calling all builders, come and take the Build a Bridge Challenge.
Thurs. January 26 at 3:15
Neurofitness for the Mature Brain.
During this talk, Neuromovement Educator Emily Hodos will explain some basics about the brain and neuroplasticity, especially as it relates to common concerns as we age - remembering things, seeing well, hearing clearly, maintaining good balance. She will then share a series of simple movement and sensory exercises that can help us maintain or regain our sharpness and agility.
January 29 from 2 - 4pm
Ukulele Play-Along with Julie
Bring your own or borrow a uke.
Thurday Feb 9
Thursday March 9
Thursday April 13 @7-8pm
The library book group will meet on Thursday February 16, 6:30-8pm to discuss Light Years by James Salter.We have copies of the books on hand for checkout, and the discussion is open to all.
"The reader is left lit up by the writing but also intensely moved by a vision of good people becoming lost in the complexity of their lives and in the shortfall of their understandings. God knows, it is a likely enough fate for any of us but one, in this book at least, rescued from being mere failure by Salter's uncanny, unerring sense of the beautiful." -- Andrew Miller author of 'Pure'
"I loved the mood of the book,which was sober and sophisticated, but also casual, playful. I loved its structure, restrained and orderly, while at the same time loose and unspooling." -- Pulitzer Prize-winning author Jhumpa Lahiri
Join us every Wednesday from 10:30-noon for stories, songs and play with Heleen Cardinaux. Developed for children newborn-5, but open to all families.
Sponsored by the Community Network for Children.