What's New

Google CS First: Introduction to Coding For Kids (Sports module) registration open

CS First computer coding club for kids (grades 4-8) begins  November 13th. Classes are Mondays and Wednesdays from 5:00PM-6:00PM.

Register online here, or call the library to reserve your seat. Registration is open to non-residents one week prior if space is available.

Teamwork. Athletics. Coding.

Go for the win with computer science! Use computer science to simulate extreme sports,…


New books for November

Kiss the girls and make them cry – Mary Higgins Clark – A #MeToo investigative journalist discovers that the man who once sexually assaulted her has become a successful industrialist on the brink of a billion-dollar deal.

Final option – Clive Cussler – Chairman Juan Cabrillo and his team of government-sponsored operatives hide their state-of-the-art weaponry and cutting-edge scientific technologies while navigating a dangerous mission aboard the Oregon….

Eljohnson Nature St

Story Times in the Community!

Join us for family story times, crafts, and more while you are out and about on Saturday, November 16!

Cranbrook Art Museum,  10:30 am

E.L. Johnson Nature Center,  1:00 pm

No registration required

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Fall Teen Events

Exciting things are happening at the Library this Fall. We have 3 remaining programs this Fall for Teens – Ages 13 – 18. Registration required:

Teen Book Club: Tuesday, November 5, 3:30-4:30 p.m. – Join with other teens to discuss the teen book club selection ‘We are all made of Molecules’ by Susin Nielsen. Copies are available in the Book Club collection….

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New fiction for October

Quantum – Patricia Cornwell – Detecting a tripped alarm on the eve of a top-secret space mission, NASA pilot and cybercrime investigator Captain Calli Chase uncovers disturbing clues that point to her missing twin.

Bloody genius – John Sandford – When a culture war between rival departments at a local state university culminates in the death of a renowned scholar,…