Today at CPL
The library is closed today for Labor Day. We will open tomorrow at 9:00AM.Registration opens today for the Second Grade Book Discussion of My Dog, the Dinosaur on Monday, September 21 at 5:00PM.
Our Adult Contemporary Book Discussion group is meeting Monday, September 21 at 7:00PM to discuss Nineteen Minutes by Jodi Picoult.
Stop by tomorrow at 1:00PM for our Tween/Teen Pokemon tournament in the Community Room. Bring your Nintendo DS and your copy of Pokémon Diamond, Pearl or Platinum for a tournament style poke-throwdown the likes of which you’ve never seen. Bring your own DS.
- Special Library Board Meeting - 7:30-9:00PM in the Community Room [Board]
Registration also opens for Microsoft Word I, the introductory course about the popular word processing software.
Discover how to transfer photos onto a computer, use MS Photo Editor to crop, rotate and resize pictures, plus email them. Visit print processing websites, too. Please leave your camera and photos at home.
Additionally, registration opens for the First Grade Book Discussion of Adventures of Snail at School on September 17 at 7:00PM.
Registration opens today for the Fancy Nancy program on September 16th at 1:00PM.
Registration also opens for the Third Grade Book Discussion of Nim's Island on September 16th at 5:00PM
Children ages 3-6, dress in your fanciest attire and enjoy activities celebrating the Fancy Nancy series by Jane O’Connor.
Interested in honing your card-playing skills? Casino Wild will be here at 7:00PM on Thursday, September 10 for Learn to Play Blackjack and Texas Hold'Em. For additional information, check out our collection of Blackjack and Texas Hold'Em books.
Our Book a Librarian service lets you schedule an extended one-on-one appointment with a librarian. Whether you're looking to:
- Create an email account and learn to use it
- Join Facebook
- Do research for a paper or for starting a new business
- Find job information on the web
We have over 300,000 items available to borrow. However, we might not always have what you're looking for. Did you know we can get items from other libraries and have them delivered here? There are three main options: