Upcoming Events

Monday, September 27th

  1. Music and Movement 10:00am-10:30am
    • Music and Movement
    • Monday, September 27th
    • 10:00am
    • Parents and children participate together to learn rhythm, coordination and other skills while moving to music!
      Please call to make a reservation. Space is limited.
      Ages 2-6
      *Events will be held at the library

Tuesday, September 28th

  1. Storytime 10:00am-10:30am
    • Storytime
    • Tuesday, September 28th
    • 10:00am
    • Bring your little ones for a morning of stories, music, and fun!
      Please call to make a reservation. Space is limited.
      Ages 2-7
      *Events will be held at the library

  2. Hands on STEM 3:30pm-4:30pm
    • Hands on STEM
    • Tuesday, September 28th
    • 03:30pm
    • Fun activities that tie into Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.
      This week's activity: Coding
      Code your name using beads and make a secretly personalized necklace!
      Please call to make a reservation. Space is limited.
      Ages 8-12
      *Events will be held at the library

  3. Adult Book Club 6:00pm-7:30pm
    • Adult Book Club
    • Tuesday, September 28th
    • 06:00pm
    • How Not to Die Alone by Richard Roper. This wickedly funny, dark British comedy tells the story of Andrew, whose public health job has him searching for the next of kin of those who die alone. Readers will be intrigued by the premise that Andrew pretends he has a family, but in fact lives a very lonely, solitary life, much like the people of his inquiries. How can he maintain this lie? As the story unfolds his deception reveals a complicated and heart-breaking tale of love lost.On the library patio (weather permitting). Reservations necessary. Sign up at the library or email Nancy at nroberts@adalib.org. Books available at Victory branch. Ages 18+

Wednesday, September 29th

  1. Baby Rhyme Time 10:00am-10:30am
    • Baby Rhyme Time
    • Wednesday, September 29th
    • 10:00am
    • Did you know that play is one of the key things you can do to help your baby to develop early literacy skills? Baby Rhyme Time focuses on developing your baby's pre-literacy, fine motor, and social skills through stories, songs and movement.
      Please call to make a reservation. Space is limited.
      Ages 0-2
      *Events will be held at the library

  2. CS Discoveries 6:00pm-7:30pm
    • CS Discoveries
    • Wednesday, September 29th
    • 06:00pm
    • Want to build tech skills for the 21st century? Computer science is a new literacy, accessible to all. In this module you will learn how to build and share web pages, and solve real-world problems. A free, self-paced curriculum created by Code.org will be provided.
      Please call to make a reservation. Space is limited.
      Ages 12-18
      *Events will be held at the library