The Library will be closed on Saturday, September 5th and Monday, September 7th for Labor Day.
Genealogy Research Assistance
The Samuel Bryan Chapter of the DAR will be sponsoring Genealogy Research Assistance on Monday, September 14th from 2pm-5pm, and on Monday, September 28th from 4pm-7pm. Please sign up at the Circulation Desk if you plan to attend.
Tales To Tails
Our visiting Therapy Dog, Butch will not be in the Library during September. Check back for October dates!
Children's Preschool Storytime
Join Preschool Storytime for eight week Thursday morning sessions at 11am! The following is our themes for the month of September:
September 3rd Mighty Moose
September 10th Red Apple Day
September 17th Arrr! Pirates!
September 24th Falling Leaves
BG Chatterbooks Discussion Group
Join the BG Chatterbooks Discussion Group on Monday, September 14th at 6:30pm. They will be discussing Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand.
Join professional writer Robert Snow for the So You Want To Be A Writer? seminar on Wednesday, September 16th at 6:30pm. Sponsored by Bookmamas.com
Classic Movie Night
Come see Meet John Doe starring Gary Cooper and Barbara Stanwyck on Monday, September 21st at 5:30pm.
Indiana Archaeology Month
An archaeologist from the Indiana DNR will be presenting on Indiana archaeology on Tuesday, September 22nd from 6-7pm. See and touch real artifacts from the state during this program! Open to all ages and sponsored by the Teen Advisory Board.
Lapsit Storytime-For ages 0-24 months
The next Lapsit program is Wednesday, September 23rd at 11am. This program is for children from birth to 24 months and their caregivers. It is an opportunity to prepare children for literacy and welcome them to the library in a safe and secure environment.
Family/All Ages Storytime
The Library has a Family/All Ages Storytime every month. Check it out on Wednesday, September 23rd at 4pm! More information can be found here!
Poetry Discussion Group
Join the Library's Poetry Discussion Group on Monday, September 28th at 6:30pm! They will be discussing Festival of Dolls by J L Kato and Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen.