Participate, connect, and discover with free library programs for all ages this spring. In-person programs will be offered at all branches starting April 1 by registration. Seating is limited, so check the events calendar and save your spot at these fun programs.
Registration for each program opens two weeks before the event. For families or groups, please include all additional individuals as guests when you register. Sign up online within the event calendar listing or by calling the branch hosting a particular program.
In-person programs include popular children's favorites such as Music and Movement and story times; hands-on art and craft classes for teens; and book clubs and educational programs for adults. These new programs serve a variety of community needs, including computer classes for beginners, craft programs for veterans, and consultations with a healthcare marketplace navigator.
Registration is required at least 12 hours before an event to guarantee admission. Check-in starts 15 minutes before a program’s start time. If registered attendees are not present five minutes before the start time, seats may be given away on a first-come, first-serve basis. A library card is not required to register or attend any program.
Story Time on the Green will continue to be held outside at library green spaces and community parks through May at 10:30 a.m. on select weekdays, weather permitting. Live Virtual Programs for all ages, including Law in the Library featuring legal experts and Community Partners Presents featuring local community resource agencies, are streamed on Zoom and Facebook.