Plan your visit: see current hours and visit our Library Express page for updates on services available, locations, and what to expect when you arrive.


Our children's librarians stay connected with families by sharing short videos and newsletters full of playful ways to sing, play, create and read with your little learners. Fresh offerings are posted each week.


Voices, hands and minds come together to create or experiment with short active learning videos. STEAM means science, technology, engineering, art & math.


Storytimes Online

Join us on YouTube Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10:30 a.m. for stories, songs, and movement to support development and learning.

Check out our previous storytime playlist.


Join Miss Carla as she reads aloud the first chapter of some of our favorite kids' books that can be enjoyed by the whole family.

If you like what you hear, borrow the book from the library to continue listening or reading.

Storytime @ Home Guides

Storytimes are an important part of library programming. While the library is temporarily unable to offer in-person storytimes, we are looking for new ways to foster literacy development in young children.

Storytime @ Home Guides are a way for your family to experience a themed storytime in your own home anytime that works for you. Each guide has links to videos of read-aloud stories, songs and fingerplays, and simple preschool craft and extension activities. We hope you enjoy these storytimes together as a family!

Activity Guides

Fun with Food Activity Guide

Cooking together as a family provides a great learning opportunity for children. Kids love to help and feel proud and important when they do

Fun with Boxes

You don’t need fancy or expensive toys and games to help young children learn. Nurture your child's creativity with items you already have.


Resources for parents with children ages newborn to 24 months.

Big Little Learners

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