We are open! 

Before you visit, read our COVID-19 statement.

Construction is now underway!

Standing at the back of the old youth program room looking out into the former LittleTown space, pictured is a sneak peek of our expanded youth programming room.

The new space is enormous and brings a lot of natural light to the programming room.

We will be able to hold more programs for families and kids (We can't wait!) In addition, this space also will serve as a spot for community meetings and study space as needed.

Learn more about the project.

Be The Change, Summer Challenge 2020

Programs & Classes

New Materials

Staff Faves


I recommend the black and white film 1945. Set in a small village in Hungary in 1945 just as World War II finished, it opens on a summer day as the town prepares for a wedding. Two Jewish men get off ... Read More
Bostonian Kate Kirby is asked to write a magazine article about the Cheapside Hoard, a large amount of jewelry from the 16th and 17th centuries which were found in 1912 by workmen excavating a cellar ... Read More
I enjoyed Kenny Chesney's album Songs for the Saints (2018). My favorite song was "Get Along," as I'm sure it was for many because it was featured on the radio quite a bit. For those Chesney fans... Read More

Consumer Health Complete

Full-text articles to support research in aging, cancer, diabetes, drugs and alcohol, fitness, and nutrition. Learn more.

Brainfuse JobNow

Brainfuse JobNow Provides practical tools for job seekers. Receive personalized expert analysis of your resume and cover letter, get live interview coaching 2- 11 p.m. daily, plus browse other career and interview resources. Learn more.

Women's History Month

Women's History Month

March is Women's History Month. Explore the following titles to celebrate women.

Amazing Women in Historical Fiction
Women Ahead of Their Time
Sagas of Royal Women

Groundbreaking Women
Biographies of Royal Women 

Our library reading garden.

Engrave Your Name in History

Honor a special person or occasion, memorialize a loved one, recognize an organization or business, or just put your name in print and purchase a personalized, engraved brick for our Reading Garden path. This is the beautiful space just to the west of the library’s entrance.