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  • If you like Marvel, Harry Potter, or the Hunger Games; if you loved Comic Con or Gen Con; or if you consider yourself a member of any fandom... prepare for further geeking! We're excited to announce Hero Con, a FREE all-ages convention to kick off our hero-themed Summer Reading Program on Saturday, May ...

    By Liz O.

  • Joseph Clark of the Financial Enhancement Group will present “Three Things to Consider Before You Retire” from 6:30pm to 7:30pm in the Cardinal Room. Clark, host of the “Consider This…” radio show and a Herald Bulletin columnist, will discuss life expectancy, inflation, ...

    By Liz O.

  • Every year, libraries across the country celebrate Money Smart Week by hosting programs and highlighting resources to help the members of their communities achieve financial success. This year, Money Smart Week runs from April 18 to April 25, and we have an exciting line-up of workshops and activities ...

    By Liz O.

  • Preschool Promenade

    Apr 2015 01

    Preschool Promenade (4-5 years) Thursdays, April 2, 9, 16, and 23 10:30am (Cardinal Room) This absorbing story time is sure to stir your preschooler’s imagination by linking stories with creative dramatic play and art experiences. We include lots of sound and word play through rhymes and ...

    By Staci T.

  • Toddler Tango

    Mar 2015 31

    Toddler Tango (2-3 years) Wednesdays, April 1, 8, 15, and 22 10:30am (Cardinal Room) You and your toddler will love this engaging story time designed to inspire creativity with lots of ooey, gooey sensory play and art experiences. This is a messy affair, so wear some old ...

    By Staci T.

  • Boogie-Woogie Babies (birth-2 years) Tuesdays, March 31 and April 7, 14, and 21 10:30am (Cardinal Room) Boogie on down to the library! Introduce your little one to early literacy experiences with books, rhymes, and songs.

    By Staci T.