Digital Scavenger Hunt Update

Just a reminder for those families who are doing our digital scavenger hunt that all pictures are due by early next week. You can either drop them off at the library on a CD or USB drive, or email them to Steve at Happy picture taking!


Digital Scavenger Hunt Sheets are Available!

The Family Digital Scavenger Hunt is ON! Here’s how it works:

Interested families will get a sheet with the rules and a list of items to take pictures of or with. You can pick up a sheet at the library or by request by emailing Mr. Steve at Using their imaginations to take fun photos, families will work on the Digital Scavenger Hunt at home. All pictures are due by Monday, August 22 and can be sent by email to Mr. Steve or dropped off at the library on a USB drive or CD. USB drives and/or CDs will be returned.

The slideshow presentation with everyone’s results will be Thursday, August 25 at 6:30pm. The Summer Reading Program finale with ice cream and participation recognition will follow slideshow.  Hope to see you there!

Upcoming Children’s Programs

As summer keeps heating up, so are our children’s programs! To go along with our summer reading theme, One World, Many Stories, we are offering lots of fun programs over the next month. These programs include:

  • A Family Digital Scavenger Hunt, where families will have to locate five “worldly” items and take pictures of them. The Info Session on Thursday, July 28 at 6:30pm and any day after that. You do not need to attend the Info Session to participate. We will have a slideshow with everyone’s pictures on Thursday, August 25 at 6:30pm.
  • Country Club is a weekly program that will introduce 3rd and 4th graders to various continents through stories, food, activities, games and more. It will be Mondays at 2pm from August 1 – August 29.
  • One World, Many Stories is a weekly program for Kindergarten-2nd graders who want to go around the world through stories, games, activities and a craft.  It is Tuesdays at 10:30am August 9 – August 16.
  • A Haiku and Tanka Workshop, which will be Thursday, August 4 at 10:30am. Recommended for ages 7 and up.  Please register in advance at the front desk, or by phone.
  • We also will be having a visit from Ed the Wizard, a Stuffed Animal Sleepover, a Where’s Waldo Scavenger Hunt, story times, Lego Building, our Summer Reading Finale and lots more!

Click here for more detailed information and a list of all our upcoming programs. See you soon at the library!