Star Wars Day

Are you a longtime Star Wars fan, or a newbie? It doesn’t matter – fans new and old are invited to celebrate Star Wars day on May the 4th here at the library!

Star Wars Day

May the Force be with you!

Builder’s Club

We’re very excited for the beginning of Builder’s Club, starting this Tuesday!

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No Strings Attached Book Club

No Strings Attached Book Club

This month’s meeting date: Thursday May 5th at 6:00

There’s no obligation to come to every single meeting or to read every book; we’re happy to have you join us whenever you can!

May’s Book: The Boston Girl by Anita Diamant

On Hayling Island, Young Lady Reading In The Sea In July 1936

Focus On Art – April

This month’s artist is Cindy Paul, who specializes in adorable animal paintings! Be sure you stop in to see her beautiful art for yourself!

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WeeBuild Parties

We have received materials from The Office of Commonwealth Libraries to provide building materials for young children and their adults through the Cruise into Kindergarten program grant. Building materials offer children an almost infinite variety of opportunities to express themselves, from constructing simple designs to veritable engineering feats of bridge building.

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Playing is no idle pastime. In fact, research shows that play is shown to help children develop these skills: social-emotional (cooperation, self-confidence, initiative); physical development (eye-hand coordination, hand manipulation); mathematics (shape, classification, order, size, space); science (gravity, weight, balance, trial and error); language arts (exchange of ideas… Continue reading

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New at the Library! OneClick Digital Downloads available for audio e-Books! Click HERE to access the audiobooks.

Learn how you can use your library card to download videos, audio books and ebooks on your home computer or media player using Overdrive, which is now compatible with Kindles! Click here. Note: Downloads are prohibited within the library. While you may browse this collection and checkout digital titles, you will not be able to download files to a library PC.