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Dads, uncles and grandpas bring their favorite kiddo for doughnuts and a story. Ages 1-5. Registration required.
Celebrate family, snow and all things winter at our Snow Spree on Tuesday, December 19 from 7:00-8:30PM. Carousel Acres will fly over a live reindeer to visit with us outside and we will be giving CPL Express train rides in our front loop, so please dress for the weather! After the outdoor...
Kids in grades 4-7 have 45 minutes to solve the clues and unlock the box that will help them escape from the library. Registration required.
After the library closes it will transform into Hogwarts and offer some Harry-Potter themed activities.
Come dressed as your favorite Sith or Jedi master for an afternoon of Star Wars-themed games, crafts and more. Costumes welcome!
Fourth and fifth graders test their problem-solving skills, figuring out clues and trying to make it out of the library. Registration required.
Listen to Cowboy Alex read fun stories about the winter holidays, joke around with his puppet pals and do silly magic tricks. Plus, kids and parents will make an awesome holiday craft project using recycled material.Good for kids ages 3 - 7 years old. Registration required.
Kids ages 9-18 get 45 minutes a piece to help droid R5-D4 solve clues and unlock locks to save the galaxy. Registration required. Times are as follows: 11-11:45 a.m. and 2-2:45 p.m. (ages 9-12) 12:15-1 and 3:14-4 p.m. (ages 13-18)
Kids can wear their jammies and bring a favorite stuffed pal for an evening story.
This fair boasts as being the oldest and largest of its kind and features a wide variety of books, meet-and-greets with authors and more. Times vary.
Registered therapy dogs will be at the library on Saturday, November 18 from 10:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m. to listen to children read to them in a one-to-one setting. It is fun and helps improve reading skills because the dog listens attentively and does not judge, laugh or criticize. Registration is required....
Remember when you could just serve kids a peanut butter sandwich and call it a day? Today, that’s known as a recipe for disaster because peanut allergies, dairy allergies, soy allergies and heat allergies are a real parental concern. April Peveteaux’s book can help parents prepare delicious school lunches, parties...