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Sharpie Tattoos: Get inked at the Library!

May 26 @ 5:30 pm
SharpiesSweet tats! Looking to get some fresh ink? Come to the Library and design your own Sharpie tattoo! Ink yourself or a friend with classic black or a variety of Sharpie colors. Just keep in mind--while these are not permanent, the ink could last for a week or more. Please don't hold us accountable if you decide to go for an all-out KISS look the day before a job interview!..Read More

Sit & Knit

May 28 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
kmlknit On the fourth Sunday of each month, the Library hosts a knitting meetup! All knitters (brand new or highly experienced) are invited to come to the library and sit & knit! Work on a new project, get help with a problem or challenge, and enjoy the company of your fellow knitters. All are welcome to join, and no registration is required. Save Save..Read More

MineCrafternoons!

June 2 @ 5:15 pm - 7:30 pm
Minecraft's back at the library! Our favorite multi-player building game is here for anyone ages 8-13! Players will come to the library and sign up for a 45 minute block of playing time on one of our computers, where they can explore the world by themselves, attempt one of the Tasks of the Day, or work together with other players to sculpt the world to their liking. We'll also have our huge collection of Legos out so that you can build while you wait your turn!..Read More

Lost Radio Rounders: Campfire Songs & Sing-Alongs

June 3 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
LostRadioLoars2The Lost Radio Rounders, and upstate New York Acoustic Americana duo, perform classic songs, ballads, and sing-alongs from the Civil War to the Civil Rights era. Tom Lindsay and Michael Eck, who work in the style and dress of a 1930s brother duo, have been lauded for their work keeping the legacy of American folk music alive. For this program, the group will be singing, stomping, and clapping to familiar old favorites such as Skip To My Lou, Michael, Row the Boat Ashore, Darling Clementine, and You Are My Sunshine. It will be great musical fun for all ages!..Read More

Movie Night: Deadpool (Rated R)

June 9 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
deadpool-2-featured-imageThe Merc with a Mouth is blasting his way into our library (and into our hearts, aww!) for this much-requested movie night! After gaining a second chance at life Wade Wilson becomes a superhero--but an Avenger he's definitely not! Pizza and snacks will be available. Note: this movie is rated R...Read More