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Featured Events

Mar 30

Dragon Eggs

Youth

Paint gourds to look like eggs so beautiful and realistic people might wonder if there's a real dragon inside. Grades 4 to 6.

Mar 30

Anime Club

Teen

Join us every month as we watch anime, talk about manga, eat snacks, and do other fun activities.

Apr 01

Learn how to decorate traditional Ukrainian Easter eggs, or pysanky, using a wax resist method and permanent dye. Dress to get messy. All supplies provided.

Renovation Update

Update on the Birkerts Addition:

  • The space continues to be closed off to the public.
  • Framing and installation of glass windows along the southwest corner is expected to be completed at the beginning of April.
  • Drywall installation in the Adult Services area is underway.
  • Construction workers continue to prepare the entry hallway for a new ceiling.
  • The new computer lab and makerspace will be completed at the beginning of April. The walls, ceilings and trim are in place and lighting, carpeting, and HVAC ducts will be installed later this month.
  • Public computers are temporarily located in the lower level Computer Lab.
  • As part of this project, we will also be uncovering and exposing an additional window that connects the Adult Services area to the Harry Allen local history room and opening up a passageway from the Adult Services wing to the Circulation area.

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