Join us for two exciting presentation from the International Crane Foundation!
Children's program, 4pm: What do whooping cranes need to live in a wetland? Why are wetlands important? Children and their families can find out through a hands-on activity and presentation from crane experts!
Adult and teen program, 6pm: Learn how to identify Sandhill Cranes and Whooping Cranes by sight and sound, where they live, and all about their history. Find out about the Whooping Crane reintroduction program and how you can a part of the effort to protect them.
Go on a musical journey to the Middle East with Salaam at the library on November 17 at 6 pm on the Adult Services floor. Weaving stories and music together, Salaam uses traditional and original rhythms and songs to take the listener on a trip to distant shores and times. All ages welcome and no registration necessary.
Join Madison and Ana on December 5 at 10 am for a good morning stretch with a holiday flare. Whether you prefer to stretch on the floor or use a chair to adapt the movements, all poses will be demonstrated. Follow along with a simple yoga flow at your own level and pace in a relaxed and low-pressure environment. Beginners encouraged to attend, but every body is welcome. Register on this page to attend.
Read and cook along with us each week in January with books and recipes featuring spices from different cultures! Pick up your recipe card and book list on the Adult Services floor on January 3, 9, 16, and 23 to experience cuisine and stories from all over the world. Share a photo of your food creations from the recipe under the weekly post on the library Facebook page. Try something new this year at the library!