Family Programs

Sword in the Stone

Children's Movie

Wart is a humble servant, but with the help of Merlin, he becomes a legendary hero! This film is rated G,with a runtime of 75 minutes.    
Lilo and Stitch

Children's Movie

Lilo is a young Hawaiian girl who makes a very unusual friend.  Join us and celebrate Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month!   This film is rated PG, with a runtime of 86 minutes.
The Lorax

Children's Movie

Enjoy a Dr. Seuss classic on the big screen, in honor of Earth Day!   This film is rated PG, with a runtime of 93 minutes.

Family Movie Sing-Along

Mulan’s father is called to war, but she doesn’t want him to fight. How will she protect him?   This film is rated G, with a runtime of 90 minutes. *Rescheduled due to snow day!    

Family Craft: Peeps Dioramas

Come and make springtime dioramas with marshmallow peeps! This program is appropriate for children of all ages and families.
Washington Area Bicycle Association

Everyday Biking Workshop with WABA

Ever considered biking to the store to save time? Or biking to work to save money? Or maybe you just want to get out and exercise and be outside more? 

Children's Movie

Hiro and his robot Baymax team up with friends to form a band of high-tech heroes!   This film is rated PG, with a runtime of 102 minutes.    
Wonderstruck Book Cover

Newspaper Building Challenge

Are you up to the challenge? Use your creative engineering skills to make buildings out of newspaper, just like Rose from Brian Selznick's Wonderstruck. The challenges will include building towers from limited materials with the goal of creating the tallest and strongest buildings.
Picture of LEGO figure's head

LEGO Craft

Ever wondered what it would be like to create your own LEGO figure? If you have a love for LEGOs and want to try a fun craft, then stop on by! We will create a LEGO head for you to take home. Get your crafting skills on and don't forget to check us out throughout April as we celebrate LEGOs all month long.   Please note, however, that this program involves the use of some craft supplies that require safe handling, so it is recommended that parents or caregivers supervise children during this activity.
Picture of LEGO block

It's a LEGO movie!

During the month of April, the library is celebrating all that makes LEGOS so unique and wonderful. What better tie-in than a related movie of the same name? Join us for a snack as we sit down to watch Emmet attempt to save the universe from the evil Lord Business. For children, parents and caregivers.