New and Noteworthy in 2017!
Summer Yardarm On Line!
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Guide to Our Legislators...
The new guide is here
There's a NEW page...
"Museum Passes & Coupons"
The Library has passes/coupons for many local attractions. Check it out here...
New at the Library!
YPL Favorites Table where volunteers and patrons come together as a reading community to recommend great reads to each other! The table is located just inside the front door. Books that are available are displayed along with reviews from staff, volunteers, and YPL readers.
Thanks to our Donors!
Events for Children!
Music and Movement with Denya
The popular monthly music program will meet on the last Friday through June at 10:30 am.
Storytime is a 30 minute themed program with a craft followed by playtime. It happens on the second Friday of each month through June at 11 AM . Storytime is geared to toddlers but older siblings are always welcome.
On Wednesday, July 26th at 2 PM families will get a special treat. This year, Rainforest Reptile Shows will present "Reptiles Rock!" Come see, learn and touch some pretty amazing animals right here at YPL. You can get a sneak preview on their website: rainforestreptileshows.com. It's open to all ages and is free but this one is sure to be a sell-out, so please, call to reserve your space.
Drop-In Family Lego Days.
Fridays during the summer are Drop-In Family Lego Days.
Starting July 5 through August 23rd
We will have a different activity each Wednesday from 2 to 4 PM. Crafts, games, STEM activities, and more. Come on in and be surprised.
Click HERE for more info on Family Friendly Summer Events
YPL Book Club
August 3 at 3 pm: Looking for a book discussion this summer? Carol Verberg will be here on Thursday, August 3, at 3:00 p.m. to talk about her new mystery, Another Number for the Road: a Cory Goodwin Mystery. This sequel to Silent Night Violent Night follows New York (and Rex Stout) detective Archie Goodwin's journalist daughter from Boston to Paris.
Carol will talk about how she managed to persuade publishers to include live music in this book.
September: The Woman Next Door by Yewande Otomoso
October: A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles
November: Hillbilly Elegy by J. D. Vance. (non-fiction)
A list of summer reading recommendations generated by the members of the group will be available at the circulation desk during the summer.
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