Events Calendar / August 12, 2020

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Learn to Play the Guitar!

Wednesdays July 15 - August 19

Have you ever wanted to learn to play the guitar?  It's time to check-off your bucket list!  This summer, we have partnered with Centre Music House to offer beginner guitar lessons.  All you have to do is grab a guitar and join us.  Each week, we will post a lesson to the Library's YouTube channel.  You can practice as many times as you would like and email us with any questions.  Our instructor will respond to them via a live Q & A session. At the end of the summer, we will get together for a fun Zoom session where everyone will have a chance to play. 

Please email to register and receive weekly lesson plans. For more information, click here.

For teens and adults.

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FREE Summer Lunch Program

Wednesday June 24 -Friday August 21
Lunch pickup available Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays
From 12- 1 pm 

Lunches available for children 5-18 years of age

Lunches can be picked up at the bus shelter on Lexington street next to the Main Library. Please park in the lexington st lot and walk over to pick up a lunch bag.

USDA Summer Food Service Program

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Stretch and Relax

Join this class to maintain body flexibility, improve balance and reduce stress.

If you have NEVER attended this class, please register at this link: If you HAVE attended any of our online exercise classes in the past, we already have your information, and you do not need to register again. 

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Lion Heart Puppet Company presents: Jack Tuesday

Little Bo Peep lost her sheep and doesn’t know where to find them! But Jack Tuesday’s the guy who can figure out why someone would try to hide them. The puppets go on a chase through the city to the homes of three piggies and other popular fairy tales. Jack will track down the thief who has stolen the sheep and make sure that the thief lands in jail.

Paid for by FCC

This  event will be premiering on our Facebook Page and will be available to view, after it's premiere, for 24 hours.

Ages 3+

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Sci-Fi Book Discussion: On Basilisk Station by David Weber

Honor Harrington is sent in disgrace to the forlorn outpost of Basilisk Station, where military authorities hope she will be forgotten. Instead, with her woefully under-armed vessel, the Fearless, she executes
incredible flying maneuvers in an attempt to stop foreign takeover of a major space station. (from School Library Journal review).

Please email for the Zoom invitation.

Note: The Kindle eBook is currently free on