Youth Services

The Youth Services Department functions as a children’s and young adult services area. Providing recreational and information materials for children, preschool through grade twelve, and materials of interest to parents, educators, students, writers, artists, and others concerned with children’s literature and book illustration.

In the Children's Department, you will find children's books, movies, magazines, and audiobooks that focus on children from birth to Grade 4. In our Juvenile and Tween sections, you can find many age-appropriate materials. The teen collection includes material for Grades 9-12.

Our Youth Services librarian is always glad to help you or your child to find just the right reading material to match the child's interest and reading level. Some of our books are marked with a yellow strip to help you find Lexile reading levels, the back of the book will have a sticker with the Lexile number assigned. We will gladly look up reading level information or show you how.

Please don't hesitate to contact us with requests, questions, or feedback.

Bag or Basket of Books: In a hurry but want new books to read? Let us do it for you! We will prepare a bag of books for you to pick up or will bring it to your car. Life can be busy, so let us help you keep your library visit simple! 

Virtual Story Time: 11 am Thursdays - email Susan for code and join us live on Zoom each week for a live storytime and craft (craft bags can be picked up, brought to your car). 

Take & Make: Don't have time to stay? Kids home sick from school? Need something to do? Pick up one of our take & make crafts to do at home.

You & Me Painting: Paint with your child. This program is for adults and minor children to create something beautiful together, share a canvas, or paint an individual canvas. Stop in and ask for more information or email Youth Services to reserve your kits. Each kit contains 3 canvases and all the paint needed to complete each painting. Brushes not included.

Summer Reading Program: Children and teens who participate in summer library programs benefit from engaging activities and opportunities which promote literacy development and help to counter summer slide. Summer library programs for all ages enhance lifelong learning and provide meaningful, enjoyable experiences available to everyone in the community. The Summer Reading Program is held every June and July. Children of all ages are invited to take a reading challenge and earn fun prizes. Participation and registration are free and open to all children. Sign up here beginning May 24th, 2021 (please do not sign up prior to May 24th).

 All library programs are free!