CLARA'S FAVORITE THINGS ABOUT THE LIBRARY

Can I just say that my favorite part of the library is our children. When they come in they are excited, glad to be here and ready to find their special book. They learn the routine from a very early age. At the self check out they know to scan under the red laser, look at the screen to see if it took and then wait on the print-out.
We have weekly programs designed especially for each age group, starting with infants, toddlers, and preschool , school age, young adult, adults and seniors.

Ole! It's Fiesta Time!

It is time to party at the library!  We'll be hosting our annual Hispanic Heritage Festival next Saturday, September 26 from noon to 4 PM.  We'll have crafts for kids, food and cooking demonstrations, dancing and music.  The cooking demonstration will begin at noon.  Omni Salsa will be here once again at 12:30 PM for our annual Salsa demonstration followed by several Ballet Folklorico groups.  At 3:15 PM a hispanic guitarist will be here to serenade us.  The crafts will go on the entire festival.  Watch out for our pinata, it may just drop candy at anytime!

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Teen Time Tidbits

Looking for something to do after school? Stop by one of our Teen Time programs, offered especially for junior high students from 2:45 - 4pm! There’s something different every day so you can come to what interests you most. Our usual schedule is:

Monday: crafts
Tuesday: computer activities
Wednesday: surprise day!
Thursday: movies
Friday: video games
 
See you there!

Hispanic Heritage @ Your Library

September 15th is the start of Hispanic Heritage Month and runs through mid-October. During this time, we honor the independence of the following Latin American countries: Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Mexico, and Chile with cultural and festive programs.

Listed below are highlighted events for the weeks to come. The programs below do not require registration or tickets. To see our full calendar of Hispanic Heritage programs, click here.

Hispanic Heritage Festival 2008

Tuesday, 9/15