Grades 3 through 6 have fun and learn coding using computers and programming games. No experience is required and all levels of learning are welcome.Find out more »
Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias can cause a person to act in different and unpredictable ways, patients sometimes behave aggressively, show signs of anxiety, or exhibit repetitive behaviors. Others' reactions can lead to misunderstanding, frustration, and tension, particularly between the person with dementia and the caregiver. Attendees will learn strategies for handling these situations in order to alleviate these stressful moments.Find out more »
The first installment in the Adulting 101 program series teaches individuals between the ages 18 to 30 how to manage your finances. You'll learn how to set a budget, build credit, get out of debt, and more.Find out more »
Get some fresh air and learn how you can stay involved in your community as you enter your golden years. Area non-profits will be on hand to tell you about available volunteering opportunities. This event is outside, so please plan accordingly. (In case of inclement weather, event will be moved to the Library Meeting Room.) This event is part of Active Aging Week, an annual, county-wide initiative to encourage older adults to lead an active lifestyle.Find out more »
Ages 4 and up learn about birds and the fun hobby of birding. This will begin inside with a brief introduction to bird watching and some fun bird-related citizen science projects your family can take part in. Then head outside for a short walk in the Children's Garden behind the library to look for and count birds. Children are required to have adult supervision. Please note, this event takes place in lieu of the regularly scheduled family story time.Find out more »
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