Looking for ways to be seen and heard at the Library? As a TAB member you can help Nina, the Teen Librarian, plan programs, create content for our website, and keep the Teen Space awesome! There are plenty of snacks and drinks for all AND any hours your contribute to TAB meetings and programs count as volunteer service in the community.
For more information contact Nina Michael at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (Fermilab), continues to search for answers to the questions, "What is the universe made of at the smallest scale and how does it all work?” Enter the Muon g-2 experiment which was done previously twenty years ago at a laboratory in New York where the results hinted that there is more out there. Join Fermilab Senior Scientist, Dr. Adam Lyon, as he talks about the experiment itself, why Fermilab is doing the experiment again —only better, how it was moved to Fermilab, and finally, what it all means. Register
Join the Teen Librarian for a discussion of The Boy in the Black Suit by Jason Reynolds, while munchin' on some pizza. Please register in advance, as free copies of the book will be given to participants to keep.
PLACE (PublicLibrary Access and Community for Everyone) programs welcome adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities as well as their parents or caregivers.
Please join us for an evening of community, conversation, and Halloween fun, with a sensory-friendly viewing and discussion of Tim Burton's stop-motion masterpiece, "The Nightmare Before Christmas." Parents and caregivers encouraged to attend. Light refreshments will be served.Please register in advance.
Are you up to the challenge? Test your puzzle solving skills at the Library and see if you can outsmart the "brainiac box" to escape the room in 45 minutes or less. Join us for a special, extra spooky edition in celebration of Halloween! Bwahahahaha!