Holiday Crafting at the Library

Saturday, December 10th at 10:30am

Kissing Ball Craft

Kissing balls date back to Victorian times when apples or potatoes were outfitted with herbs, greens, and flowers; and hung up over doorways. It was said that those who lingered to share a kiss underneath were bound to settle down in marriage. Today, kissing balls are a beautiful decoration for your home around the holiday season. Hang them from the ceiling, on your front porch, or on a light fixture right in your entryway. 

Our craft will be made from a variety of greens. We will supply the materials and tools; you will bring the creativity.

Supply Cost is $10. Limited to 15 participants. Sign up here.

Holiday Pajama Story Time

Wednesday, December 14: 5pm or 6:30

Holiday Pajama Story Time

Miss Leah will be reading Chris van Allsburg's Christmas classic, The Polar Express on Wednesday, December 14th. Join us for one of two small sessions at 5:00 and 6:30 pm. Signup will be required.

Cookbook Sale

Do your holiday shopping at the Library!

Cookbook Sale!

Once again, the Library is pleased to offer a Cookbook Sale beginning Tuesday, November 22. The items for sale are new cookbooks, travel books, journals, and gift books.The pre-inflation price is $5 per book. Additionally, there will be themed gift baskets for those hard to shop for people in your life. Come shop at your convenience for thoughtful and beautiful gifts for everyone on your holiday list.

Wrapping Party

Saturday December 17th 10:30-1:30

Wrapping Party

Avoid the stress of wrapping at the last minute. Join us at the library for a wrapping party! Bring your wrapping supplies and items to be wrapped and we will provide the music, refreshments and good humor to get you though those presents well before the big day.

This is a drop in program. No sign up is necessary. Bring a friend!



Teen Book Boxes

Teen Book Boxes

Back by popular demand! During the school break, teens (12+) can sign up to receive 1-2 library books chosen just for them, along with some extra treats to enjoy along with their books! Available for pick up starting Friday, December 16. Please sign up as soon as possible so that we have enough supplies for everyone!

Adult Book Club

December 28 at 7pm

In December, keeping with tradition, our book group will be reading a children's book, The Birchbark House by Louise Erdrich. The story takes place in 1847 on Madeline Island, or Moningwanaykaning, meaning “Island of the Golden-Breasted Woodpecker,” located on Lake Superior. The Birchbark House is a story about a young Anishinabe (Indigenous Ojibwa) girl and her family and follows their lives over the course of one year.
Copies of the book are available for check out at the library. Free and open to the public.
Want to know what we are reading next? Sign up to receive book club notices.

Letters For Santa

Santa's Mailbox
Starting November 2nd, the Library’s Santa mailbox will be available, as Santa may need extra lead time preparing gifts this year. Letters received by December 9th will receive a personalized reply from Mr. Claus himself. To make it easy on the elves, please include your name and address when dropping off your letters.

Join our team!

Library Assistant: Programming and Promotion

The Library is looking for a permanent, part time, team member for 10-15 hours per week depending on programming and promotional needs. Working alongside the Director, duties will primarily consist of communication with presenters, scheduling of programming and assisting with internal and external promotion. Additional duties shall include: assisting customers at the circulation desk, checking library materials in and out, preparing inter library loan items for delivery, assisting customers on the computers, updating the website as needed, and shelving returned materials.


Qualifications are a college diploma, excellent customer service, communication, writing and organizational skills; and ability to work well with a team.


Proficiency with Zoom, Canva, Mailchimp, Eventbright and social media required.


Hours to include Wednesday nights (5-8), Friday afternoons (1-5) and two Saturdays (10-2) a month.


Interested candidates: Please send cover letter and resume to:




New Books




Art Club

Fall Sessions

Phot of children with art work

Just for kids! Come to the Library to try your hand at watercolors with a new tutorial by Let's Make Art. Art Club meets on the second Wednesday of each month from 4:00-5:00. All materials will be provided. First grade and up.

September 14 (waitlist only; if there is enough interest, we may add a second session) * October 12 * November 9  * December 21

Sign up here.

"I Survived" Book Club

Fall Sessions

The "I Survived Book Club

Once a month, this group reads a book from Lauren Tarshis's "I Survived..." series, short historical fiction books that cover major natural and man-made disasters and events throughout history. Fires, volcanoes, wars, animal attacks, earthquakes, and hurricanes are just some of the topics covered by this series.

September 21 * October 26 * November 16 * December 15 (Thursday, 4:15-4:45)

Sign up here.

Lego Club

Fall Sessions

photo of lego

LEGO Club is a once-monthly program here at the Library, usually the first Wednesday of the month, from 4:00-5:00. All children in Kindergarten and up are welcome to join us! We have thousands of LEGO bricks to explore; what will you build?

September 7 * October 5 * November 2 * December 7

Sign up here.

Story Times

Fall Sessions

Photo of story times

Story times will return the week of September 13, as will After School programming after a two-year hiatus. Schedule is as follows:
  • Baby and Toddler Lapsit story time Tuesdays at 10:30. Sign Up Here. Drop-ins Welcome!
  • Preschool (3-5) story time Wednesdays at 1:30 and Thursdays at 10:30 Sign Up Here. Drop-Ins Welcome!
  • After School Story Time (grades 1-4) Thursdays after school. Sign Up Here.
  • Kindergarten Club Tuesdays after school beginning in October. Sign Up Here.

Email Miss Leah at for more information.

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