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A Good Yarn

A knitting & crochet group for all ages!
Meet new people, share a story, laugh, and be creative all in one place…
Every TUESDAY at 1 p.m. If you are a beginner, we have yarn, needles, hooks and help.

Grief Support

A support group for anyone experiencing a loss of any kind. Grief Support meets every OTHER Monday at 3 p.m. and is facilitated by Dr. Joanne Grace and Annette DellaCroce There is a Zoom component for those who cannot come in person. Please contact the library for that link.

TAI CHI and QI GONG (Weekly)

Every Wednesday AND Friday at 1 p.m. A video guided Qi Gong (on Wednesday) and Tai Chi (on Friday) are offered for anyone and any level to join the staff and practice. It is a 30 minute workout with guided help from various teachers we enjoy!

Soup Socials

During the long cold winter months, a soup potluck lunch or dinner is provided. Come join your neighbors and share hot soup, warm bread and dessert. Check our calendars for the months of January to April.

Tea @ the Library

Come have a nice “cuppa” with the staff. We provide the tea and a sweet treat as well. This easy program is a good way to meet new people and enjoy some great conversation. Usually on Thursdays, once a month, but do check our calendar for the dates!

Poetry Readings

National Poetry month is in April. We try to have a poetry contest for the younger ages and a poetry reading for all ages. Check the calendar and keep up with poetry!

Annual Art Show

Sadly, since the pandemic, the Art Show has not happened. We hope to re-introduce in the coming year!

Author Visits throughout the year

The library sponsors local authors as often as possible. We love to showcase authors who are self-published too. If you have something to share with the public, contact the library and let us know. We would be happy to have an author talk and signing for you!

Seed Library

By making a wide variety of seeds available to local gardeners, we believe we can contribute to greater self-sufficiency, sustainability and well-being for our community.
• With the current quantity of seeds available we ask that you limit your choices to seed you can actually use. We try and stock up our seed packets all spring; you can also take only a portion of seeds from a packet—small plastic bags are provided for you to take home only what you think you can use.

• We have provided a check-out sheet for you to fill in that will help us track the seed distribution, and count how many packets have been taken.
One of our goals is to develop hardier acclimated seeds for this area, and to that end we ask that whenever possible at the end of the growing season, please gather and return seeds that may have been produced from your starters.

The seed library is put up in the early spring and taken down in the middle of the summer. We accept donations of money to help us purchase packets, or of seeds you harvested.