All the events that encourage lifelong learning opportunities can be found on our events calendar found at the bottom of this page.
Historical Field Trips
Library staff, volunteers from the Dietert Historical Archives, and anyone who is interested in history have the chance to head to a town or location of historical significance to learn more about the area in which we live.
English as a Second Language (ESL) classes take place in the spring and fall each year. Check our to see when the next set of classes will be offered.
In addition, we offer one-on-one mentoring assistance to improve conversational language. We are always seeking volunteers to assist us with mentoring. Call for more information.
We also offer a language learning database, Mango Languages.
We offer a variety of databases that are sure to appeal to the interests of most people! You can learn how to fix your cherished vintage car, you can find out how to make a macrame owl, discover the best way to write a cover letter and resume. This is just a small sample of all the resources available to you for free!
Fri, Feb 21Blast Off with Astronaut Eileen Collins! Eileen Collins is a retired NASA astronaut and a retired United States Air Force colonel. A member o...Read On
Sat, Feb 22Bookshop Under the Windmill Open Saturdays from 10 am to 2 pm The Bookshop Under the Windmill is open Wed - Sat. Find some great books, magazines, and movies... a...Read On
Sat, Feb 22Child Author Miss. Eyler's Story & Craft Eyler Neill, a second grade home-school student, will be hosting the library’s first children’s auth...Read On