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Home Solar Energy: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

February 25 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
solarAre you interested in solar energy for your home, but unsure about what it involves? Need help asking the right questions and avoiding the pitfalls? Greg Pullen has your answers! Having worked in the solar industry for 5 years, he's ready to walk you through the process, from the basic technology involved, all the way through to 10 tricky, insightful questions to ask a solar representative. This is strictly an informational session, meant to help guide and inform you, with no sales pitch or solar companies involved. Get the insider's scoop and prepare yourself with the right information today!..Read More

Sit & Knit

February 26 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
kmlknit On the fourth Sunday of each month, the Library hosts a knitting meetup! All knitters (brand new or highly experienced) are invited to come to the library and sit & knit! Work on a new project, get help with a problem or challenge, and enjoy the company of your fellow knitters. All are welcome to join, and no registration is required...Read More

Techspert Tech Assistance

February 28 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
computer mouse techDo you need expert help with your laptop, smartphone, tablet, or other gadget? Then you need our Tech Expert (or Techspert), Heather Lloyd! Heather runs her own business as Lloyd the Geek, and she’s going to offer one-on-one assistance to our patrons to help with all their technology questions. Just call the library and make an appointment for one of the half-hour slots available on either January 19th, February 28th, or March 16th. It's that easy!..Read More

MineCrafternoons!

March 3 @ 5:15 pm - 7:30 pm
Minecraft's back at the library! Our favorite multi-player building game is here for anyone ages 8-13! Players will come to the library and sign up for a 45 minute block of playing time on one of our computers, where they can explore the world by themselves, attempt one of the Tasks of the Day, or work together with other players to sculpt the world to their liking. We'll also have our huge collection of Legos out so that you can build while you wait your turn!..Read More

Author Talk with G.A. Morgan

March 4 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
fogofforgettingwebYA author G.A. Morgan will be coming to our library to talk about her action-packed fantasy series The Five Stones Trilogy! Compared to the Narnia series, this trilogy follows five children who wind up on the mystical island of Ayda and are swept up in the middle of a magical war. G.A. Morgan will read some passages from the books, talk about her inspirations and techniques, and maybe lead a short writing activity. Copies of the books will be available to buy, and you can even get your copy signed!..Read More