Storytimes are back!

Join us at the library to hear exciting read alouds:
Tuesdays at 6:30pm –  Cuentos en espanol para la toda la familia (stories in Spanish for the whole family) 
Wednesdays at 10:30am – Preschool Storytime

Library Cards

Kids library cards are available to any child, ages 1 day to 13 years. Youth 14 and over may apply for an adult card. 

An adult must apply for a library card in their name before a kids card can issued. The kids card will be associated with the adult as the responsible person.

Click on the frog to apply for a kids card. Submit a second registration if an adult card is needed, too.



  • The library has two early literacy workstations to promote school readiness. These resources provide a good introduction to the media skills young students will use in school, including how to use a keyboard, how the mouse works, and how the mouse interacts with the screen. The workstations are easy for kids to use, so kids can use them independently without a lot of instruction. Preschoolers and fifth graders alike love the wide variety of educational games available.


Watch read alouds from your favorite celebrities!

Author read alouds, interviews, book trailers, and more

eBooks with pictures – many languages available

Learn and practice reading for grades K-3

Read alouds from real astronauts in space

Bedtime stories with Dolly Parton 

Create your own book! Write a story, design your own characters, and record your voice reading it.

Create your own comic!

Randomly generate a Google Maps street view and see the world!

After following the link, press “Go!” for another random image. The top left of the photo will tell you what (or rather, where) you’re looking at. You can use the options to narrow down your views to a certain continent or country.

Learn to code with fun games! Scroll down and click “Learn more” under your grade.

Typing games

Events Coming Soon...

LEGO Night

Bring your imagination, we provide the LEGOs! One evening each month, children are invited to come with their grown-ups for an hour of unstructured LEGO play.