Upcoming Events › Teenagers
We will be making bracelets out of decorated popsicle sticks!Find out more »
All summer long, you’ve been working on your Trash to Fashion outfit. Now it’s time to show it off for your friends and family!Find out more »
From Marvel comes Doctor Strange, the story of world-famous neurosurgeon Dr. Stephen Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch), whose life changes forever after a horrific car accident renders his hands useless. When traditional medicine fails him, he travels to remote Kamar-Taj in search of a cure, but instead discovers the mystical arts and becomes a powerful sorcerer battling dark forces bent on destroying our reality. PG-13.Find out more »
Can you beat the clock and solve the library mystery?Find out more »
Celebrate Harry Potter’s birthday with us! Watch Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone in a new way, as we participate in an interactive movie experience!Find out more »
Join us in a fun community project! Kindness rocks are painted rocks that are meant to uplift people who find them. We will be painting rocks with unique designs and messages. After they’re dry, you can hide them around town for others to find!
Grades 7th - 12th ONLY.Find out more »
Desperate to pay the bills and come through for their loved ones, three lifelong pals risk it all by embarking on a daring bid to knock off the very bank that absconded with their money.
This PG-rated comedy has an all-star cast including Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine, Christopher Lloyd, Alan Arkin, and Ann-Margaret.Find out more »
Join us to discuss what future programs the library should offer! Participation in this program is considered an hour of community service.Find out more »
Join University of the Cumberlands professor Larry Newquist in a discussion concerning the upcoming spectacular total solar eclipse of the sun. Topics will include why eclipses occur, ways to safely view them, how eclipses relate to the phases of the moon, and weather permitting, actually viewing the sun through a telescope.
Participants must be age 16 or older and they will receive a pair of solar filter goggles to be able to safely view the eclipse. (While supplies last).Find out more »