A friendly desert community where the sun is hot, the moon is beautiful, and mysterious lights pass overhead while we all pretend to sleep. Welcome to Night Vale.
Join us as we venture into the mysterious town of Night Vale. Will you survive the public library? Will you hail the Glow Cloud? Will you get a slice of pizza from Big Rico's?
Let's find out!
Would you like to learn more about computers? Do you have a new tablet or smartphone you'd like to learn more about? The Reference Librarian is happy to help! Book an appointment on Wednesday afternoons between 1-4 for assistance with:
resumes and job searching
using the library catalog
Call 937-456-5562, email email@example.com, or stop by the library in person to set up an appointment!
Our February Monthly Movie is a cheesy Rom-Com, just in time for Valentine's Day!
Families can delve into our different creative and exploratory stations, together.
Some of the stations include things such as: littleBits, brush bots, zentangle and more!
Drop-in and have fun as a family. There is stuff for everyone! (You too parents!)
The program will run from 1:00 pm- 3:00 pm
Our May book club will discuss Hexed by Michelle Krys.
If high school is all about social status, Indigo Blackwood has it made. Sure, her quirky mom owns an occult shop, and a nerd just won’t stop trying to be her friend, but Indie is a popular cheerleader with a football-star boyfriend and a social circle powerful enough to ruin everyone at school. Who wouldn’t want to be her?
Our April book club will discuss 100 Sideways Miles by Andrew Smith.
Finn Easton sees the world through miles instead of minutes. It’s how he makes sense of the world, and how he tries to convince himself that he’s a real boy and not just a character in his father’s bestselling cult-classic book. Finn has two things going for him: his best friend, the possibly-insane-but-definitely-excellent Cade Hernandez, and Julia Bishop, the first girl he’s ever loved.
Our March book club will discuss Black Dove, White Raven by Elizabeth Wein.
In the plane crash, Teo's mother died immediately, but Em's survived. Rhoda is determined to raise Teo according to his late mother's wishes—in a place where he won't be discriminated against because of the color of his skin. But in 1930s America, a white woman raising a black adoptive son alongside a white daughter is too often seen as a threat. Seeking a home where her children won't be held back by ethnicity or gender, Rhoda brings Em and Teo to Ethiopia
Our February book club will discuss A Song For Ella Grey by David Almond.
A Song For Ella Grey is a modern take on the myth of Orpheus and Eurydice. Claire and Ella and their friends are bound by ties so strong they seem unbreakable. Then the strange and handsome Orpheus strolls onto the beach, and he sings them all into an astonishing new understanding of themselves. Ella is caught the hardest, fastest, deepest—and Claire is left with the pain of looking on.
Sign up in advance to receive a free copy of the book to read before the program!
Join us for LEGO Club! School-age children can come in and build, complete challenges and just have fun! The program will meet on the last Monday of the month, from 4 pm- 5 pm.
*Children can build with the library's LEGO collection . If you bring LEGOs from home to build with, please bring them in a container labeled with your child's name.
Eaton Teens Grades 6-12, complete creative writing prompts and talk with other Teens about writing. You don’t have to share aloud if you don’t want to!
Snacks will be provided!