Our successful “Pushing the Limits” discussion series featuring books, video and special guest speakers will begin the 2019 session on Saturday, August 24. The 4-part series is open to all adults and teens in the community and has been developed with funding from the National Science Foundation. With an overarching theme of real people, real stories, and real science, this series strives to connect us with one another and the world around us through lively conversation, stories from our community, and sharing from our everyday lives. The 2019 themes are Transformation, Tradition, Heritage, and Motion. Sign-up to be a part of Pushing the Limits here. You do not have to attend all four sessions to participate.
Genealogy Group for August 26 has been canceled due to the Library’s lack of internet service. The next scheduled meeting will be Monday September 30 from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm.
Our Genealogy Group is for beginners or advanced researchers. All you need to come are questions and our experienced team of volunteers will help you find answers. Each session consists of a brief instructional time followed by individual project time with volunteers available to help you. Bring a laptop or tablet if you have or you may use Library equipment. The Library subscribes to Ancestry Library Edition for use in the building.
A club just for kids 7-12, Make a Difference teaches kids about environmental issues in a hands on, empowering way!
Trustees meet the 4th Wednesday of the month at 6:30 pm at the Library.
If you would like to address the board please contact the director prior to the meeting to be placed on the agenda. If you are interested in serving on the board please leave your contact info for the director.
Everyone is welcome on Coloring Night. Come relax, create and converse with your neighbors. Free. Use provided materials or bring a project of your own.
Micheal Corb is Senior Vice President of Cannon Design Architecture Firm. Cannon Design has been commissioned to design the new SVSD elementary school. Come hear about this project and others Michael has worked on. Tickets $8.00 for adults, $5.00 for children under 12. Five free tickets available per event for local high school students.