Your library is a place where people gather to explore, interact, and imagine. We offer a variety of programs and events in addition to print and digital information that is free, available and accessible to everyone.
Life After Retirement
Thinking about retirement? Getting close? Already retired? Whether it's months or even years away, you can start to design a retirement that's right for you, filled with happiness, purpose and passion. This free workshop, presented by life coach Diane Lang, will help you explore who you want to be, gain direction, and focus on the next phase of your life. TUESDAY, MARCH 7 AT 7 PM, at the library. Please register!
This entry was added on 2017-02-28
Through a Glass, Brightly
On Tuesday, February 21st at 7 PM, why not perk up the grey of winter with the beauty of stained glass! The Museum of Early Trades and Crafts boasts 56 stained glass windows, many adorned with quotes from the arts, sciences, and the humanities. At this program, you'll view the beautiful details of the window designs and learn about the quotes and writers depicted in the windows. (Snow date 2/22 at 7 PM.)
This entry was added on 2017-02-15
Library Knitting Circle
Please be advised that as of this date, the library's Knitting Circle has been disbanded. The group had been meeting twice a month since 2008, but it is being cancelled due to lack of interest and participation.
This entry was added on 2017-02-07