Programs & Services
At the Library
- Book Clubs
- Grand People & Books
- Lawyers @ Your Library
- Read Away Fines
- Reading Readiness
- Spanish Storytimes
- Summer Reading 2013
Reach Out and Read recognizes pediatric checkups as a opportunity to encourage parents to read aloud to their children. Doctors and nurses talk to parents of infants and toddlers about the importance of reading aloud to their children. Medical providers also give free children’s books to families at each well-baby visit. Learn more...
The Families for Literacy (FFL) program is for learners who have a preschool aged child. This program is built upon the premise that the parent is a child's first and foremost teacher.
Change a Life Through Reading
Read A Line on Literacy.
Adult Learners: Live Homework Help®
The library's Live Homework Help® service has expanded to include free online tutoring for adult learners.
The adult learner section will support people getting their GED, taking adult education classes, seeking grammar help with resumes, and more. The writing center will assist with long and short writing assignments.
This is a free and accessible service, available to all library members.
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