Book Drop Open: Please Return Your Items
If you have library items out that are overdue, now is the time to return them. We have 24-hour book drops by both entrances. Starting July 1st, overdue fines will begin to accrue once again. (Read More.) Tue, Jun 30th.
Limited Opening
Starting July 1st, we will be opening the building to the public on a limited basis, with some restrictions.
  • Only the downstairs entrance will be open. The historic front entrance will remain locked.
  • Hours will be 9:30am-5pm Monday through Friday, and Noon-4pm on Saturdays.
  • The library asks that all children be accompanied by an adult.
  • The wearing of masks or face coverings is strongly encouraged, and we ask that everyone adhere to social distancing guidelines and maintain a minimum 6-foot distance from others.
  • Limited computers will be available (due to distancing requirements and space limitations). Computers will be booked for 30-minute time slots starting every half hour, and will be wiped down after each use. We encourage you to call ahead to reserve a time slot, so you don't have to wait for a computer once you arrive.
  • There will be a limited number of people permitted in the building at any given time, so we ask that everyone keep your visits brief when possible, to allow for others to have a turn.
  • Curbside service will also remain available. If you are not comfortable coming into the building, you can continue to pick up books and movies at the door and return them in the book drop. In fact, it's encouraged.
Thanks for bearing with us during this crisis.
Imagine Your Story: Summer Reading 2020
[teenager reading, on a grassy lawn] Individuals who have finished 6th through 12th grades can participate in our teen summer reading program! This year, all you have to do is play BINGO! Anyone who completes at least 1 BINGO will win a book and a prize. Prizes will be available beginning July 20. Each BINGO will also earn you an entry into a gift card drawing at the end of the summer.

You can pickup your BINGO sheet at the library or download the bingo sheet here. If you print your BINGO sheet online, please register. Please put your age in the "library card #" box.

Teens are also welcome to request/download the adult summer reading packet and participate in any of the weekly tasks, but instead of being entered in the adult prize drawings, they will earn entries into the teen gift card drawings.

Overdue Notices, May 2020
If you have recently received an overdue notice from our automated system, please ignore it for now, with our apologies for any confusion. We are currently still closed. You will not be expected to pay any overdue fees as a result of this crisis. (Read More.)

Watch this space for more teen programs and news.