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Kids & Teens
The Library offers fantastic resources for kids and teens of all ages. No matter if you’re searching for homework help, a book to read for fun, or an exciting class or event, we’ve got you covered.
Early Literacy Calendar
No matter what your child’s age, reading together with your child—or shared
reading—is the single most important activity that you can do to help your child get
ready to read.
Take a walk with us at your local park and read a new story each month.
Read along with animated storybooks, explore graphic novels, and interact with puzzles & games.
Watch childrens' stories come to life, learn new languages, and grow interest in STEM topics.
Create unique visual projects like meme makers, Snapchat filters, and video games by merging creativity with coding.
NoveList K-8 Plus
Browse hundreds of theme-oriented book lists for readers at all grade levels and look for award-winning titles.
Teen Health & Wellness
Designed for teens to address real-life questions with real-life answers. Visit the Calm Room to discover relaxing videos and sounds plus mindful meditation resources.
Access dozens of popular subscription-based resources including reference materials, online courses, test prep, and more.
Libby offers free 7-day passes for Craftsy. Follow along with step-by-step videos to learn and grow skills in crafting, baking, gardening, yoga, and more.
LearningExpress (at Home)
Prepare for tests and connect with career resources, from GED & career-specific test prep to resume & cover letter building.
Business & Nonprofit
Browse a wide array of resources and services designed to support the growth and development of business and nonprofit organizations in our community.
Genealogy & Local History
Dig into your past with tips to get started, links to books, videos, online resources like Ancestry, MyHeritage, Fold3, and more.
Looking for your next read? Discover author and title read-alikes, play with the appeal mixer to craft your personalized recommendation list, and grow your TBR list.
Formerly Lynda.com. Discover thousands of online courses from industry experts, covering topics to match personal and professional goals.
The Library provides an array of resources to support educators, homeschool parents, and students in area schools.
We can provide a variety of services to your school, preschool, or daycare.
Homeschooling? Or, thinking about it? The Library has many resources that can help.
Find professional resources like journals, magazines, and online classes.
Learning On-The-Go is a series of videos on the Library’s YouTube channel that highlight some of the classes offered in Library branches. They may include songs from a children’s storytime or craft instructions from a recent class for adults. Access Learning-On-the-Go videos to experience learning at the Library wherever you are!
Kids Discover at Home
Use basic household materials to help your children experiment with science, discover history, and learn about the world around them.
Crafting with Kids
Kids can create easy crafts using simple materials (many that would generally be thrown away) and lots of imagination!
Enjoy singing with your toddler, crafting with your preschooler, and talking to your baby as library staff guide you through activities that promote language development and reading skills for your little learners.
Use your skills, creativity, and some basic supplies to make unique art projects.
Crafting at Home
Exercise your creativity at home with craft demonstrations led by Library staff. Use simple materials to make beautiful projects.
Health & Beauty
Take care of you! Pamper yourself with do-it-yourself products and techniques.
In The Kitchen
Find step-by-step instructions for creating delicious desserts, drinks, and more!