Book Clubs include a Dish and Dine (trying new recipes) club, and other book discussions at a variety of times. We also offer craft programs, history and topical workshops, adult coloring, and technology help, including one-to-one device or computer help.
Trivia! Join us at Boston’s for three rounds of general trivia. Bring the whole family! Participants are welcome to purchase food and drink if they choose.
Have you recently been asked to serve on a local Board? Are you suddenly the one running the meeting? Are you looking for ways to help your meeting run more smoothly? Stop by the library and learn the basics about Parliamentary Procedure from Shari Anderson, the Agriculture Education instructor and FFA advisor at Marysville High School. In addition, members of the Parliamentary Procedure team will be on hand to do a demonstration of a correctly run business meeting.
This program is intended for anyone interested in learning the basics of Parliamentary Procedure.
Meet up once a month and quilt away creating simple scrap lap quilts for Project Linus. – Can’t make it? No problem, come next month and pick up where another left off! All skill levels are welcome.
This month’s book is The Spy by Paulo Coelho. Pick up a copy at the Adult Services desk and join the group for a lively discussion.
Bring the family for a whole lot of holiday fun! Join us for crafts, a photo booth, a Friends of the Library Book Sale, games, holiday treats, and a chance to win prizes!
Do you love reading mysteries? Do you want to meet and discuss books with other mystery lovers? Join our newest book discussion group An Hour To Kill. This month’s book is Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen by Vicki Delaney. Copies are available at the Adult Services desk.