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

May is Mental Health Awareness Month

Since 1949, Mental Health Awareness Month has been a cornerstone of addressing mental health challenges faced by millions of Americans.

Asian American/Pacific Islander Heritage Month

We celebrate the contributions of Americans hailing from across the Asian continent and the Pacific islands.

National First Ladies Day

The last Saturday of April commemorates the founding of the "First Lady" role and its impact on American culture, society, and politics.

Autism Awareness

These books focus on what autism means, how to be an ally, and how people with autism are treated in the world today.

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