Snow Globes!

Snow Globe PartyTuesday, Dec. 6, 4:15 pmAges 5 – 12REGISTER Learn about the states of matter while making your very own snow globe to take home! Professor Sepoc takes us through an engaging a fun science class, activity, and maybe even a story!  Geared towards ages 5-12 years old. Registration is required as space is […]

Intermediate Coding

Intermediate Coding: PythonWednesdays at 4:30, 10/12, 10/19, 10/26, 11/2, 11/9, & 11/16Instructor: Derek SmithRegistration Intermediate Python: Teaches the basics of python to students with some prior experience with coding. With this class,  my aim is to give students the skills to create intricate python programs and arm them with the coding intuition to learn beyond […]

Brenda Sparks Prescott Author Event

Author Presentation at The Vanilla BeanMonday, December 5 at 6PMREGISTER HERE Join us at The Vanilla Bean on Monday, December 5th at 6pm for a delicious Cuban inspired buffet followed by a presentation by local author Brenda Sparks Prescott!  Brenda’s debut novel Home Front Lines centers on the Cuban missile crisis, specifically the strong and […]

What’s Cookin?

I don’t know if it’s true in all libraries, but in our library, we love a good cookbook. Cookbooks are some of the most popular books on our new nonfiction shelf and I pride myself on picking out the new additions each month (Hi, this is Kim by the way). Even if I don’t end […]

Common Threads

Common Threads Join our informal stitching open studio! Bring your current project – embroidery, knitting, counted cross stitch, needlepoint, or what-have-you – and spend an hour in the company of others who love fiber and textile arts. Participants share their knowledge and their projects, past and present. The group gathers for about an hour most […]

BOOK CLUB

The Club of Good and Sequels This year’s kids book club is dedicated to some of the most loved kids series out there! Each month, we’ll get together and spend an hour immersed in a different series.  This isn’t a “sit around and discuss what you read” kinda club.  Cosplay is highly encouraged, we try […]

Books by Bus

PPL Books by Bus Home delivery service is available to anyone who is physically unable to visit the library. We hope to meet the unique needs of seniors and people with disability, whether temporary or permanent, and their caregivers.  If your own health needs, or those of a member of your household, leave you unable […]

ValentinePoems

Poetry of Love, Valentine’s Day 2022 Nancy: One day during the pandemic an image popped into my mind. Someone I knew once, wore gloves whenever she was out in public. She seemed aloof and perhaps a bit lonely, but I believe love had touched her life. E d i e In summer, her gloves were cotton edged […]

WEATHER

WEATHER CLOSINGS CLOSED – FRIDAY FEBRAURY 25, 2022 CLOSED – FRIDAY FEBRUARY 4, 2022 CLOSED – SATURDAY JANUARY 29, 2022 DELAYED OPENING – THURSDAY JANUARY 20, 2022. Policy: The library’s general rule is to close for weather and road conditions whenever the public school does. We sometimes will have a delayed opening if road conditions […]

Date Night

Library Date Night Life’s expensive – but an evening out doesn’t have to be! Book a “novel” evening for you and your friend at one of our Library Date Nights. Friday December 17, 7 PM – Bring your person, sip some cocoa, and decorate a gingerbread house!Registration Required