Get pumped! There is so much for you to do and see at the Library!

Find your own squad doing fun things at our many events. Get crafty making cool creations and techy with devices. Play video games, build Lego designs, and more! Find books selected just for you. Plus, friendly staff are always around to point you in the right direction for homework, school projects, and more. Borrow your favorite movies or music or stream them from home for FREE. You can even borrow video games!

Featured Tween Resource or Event

Coming of Age Books for Tweens

Growing up can be difficult! Stuck between being a kid and being a teenager, you're not quite sure where you fit in.

Video Games

World Book Kids

Find easy-to-understand answers to research questions, with lots of images, games, and activities! Geared to younger kids.

Video Games

You used to have to beg your buddies, but now you can borrow PlayStation and Xbox games from the Library for FREE. Get your thumbs ready!

Comics & Graphic Novels

Are you tired of your little brother losing your comics? Don't Hulk SMASH, we have thousands of issues available at the Library or online.


Discover a digital world to borrow and read with the FREE Libby app. Access thousands of eBooks, audiobooks, magazines, and more!

Staff Picks

Day of the Dead

Día de Muertos is a Mexican holiday, traditionally observed on November 1st and 2nd, during which celebrants pay tribute to the deceased.

Artistry in Panels: Manga

Whether you're a seasoned manga enthusiast or a newcomer to the genre, these enthralling stories are bound to leave you spellbound.

National Native American Heritage Month

National Native American Month is observed each November and is a time for both celebration and reflection.

Pura Belpre Award Winning Titles

Pura Belpre was an author, storyteller, and librarian who worked for the New York Public Library.

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