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Construction

Due to the Exchange Street improvement project, the only accessible way to get to the library is from Church Street off of E. Savidge Street. Thank you for your [...]

What Victoria & Albert Wore: 19th Century Fashions

The PBS Masterpiece series Victoria has inspired interest in Queen Victoria's life and the cultural climate of the period, and fashion is certainly a fascinating marker of an era's [...]

Boater Safety Class: Part 2 of 2

Earn your Boating Safety Certificate! Part Two of this class is Monday, May 6 at 5:00 pm.  This class is for boaters born after June 30, 1996; most personal [...]

Poetry Reading with Gregory Rappleye

Join award-winning poet Greg Rappleye for a poetry reading of his latest work, Tropical Landscape with Ten Hummingbirds, a series of poems about the life and paintings of Martin [...]

Boater Safety Class: Part 1 of 2

Earn your Boating Safety Certificate! Monday, April 29 at 5:00 pm.  This class is for boaters born after June 30, 1996; most personal watercraft operators who operate a vessel [...]

Library Closed April 21

The Library will be closed  on Sunday, April 21.  The Library will reopen for regular hours on Monday, April 22 at 9:30 am.

Wanted: Teen Volunteers

--Gain volunteer experience and help with the 2019 Summer Reading Club! --Pick up an application form at the Youth Services desk by May 3. --Minimum age 13 (or entering [...]

Free Paper Shredding: Limit 100 lbs

Shredding services provided by Vital Records Control (formerly known as Kent Record Management). Saturday, April 13 from 11:00 am - 2:00 pm. Please note: papers will not be shredded [...]

Full STEAM Ahead: Suncatchers

Each month there is a program for kids 7-12 years old! We’ll do STEAM (Science Technology Engineering Art Math) activities and have fun. This month we will be making [...]