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Welcome to the

Lucia K. Ginter

Children’s Room!

The children’s room, located on the lower level, serves children from birth through 6th grade and their families.


Program Opportunities:

The Annual Giving Tree
Tuesday, December 8 at 5:30 PM

A selection of books are chosen by the librarians that would benefit the Children's collection. Parents and children browse the books to determine which ones they would like to donate. Patrons pay for their donations, take them home, and wrap them up. The books are then brought back to the library and presented to Santa Claus as a gift to the library.
Bookplates will be placed inside each donated book in appreciation of the purchase.

Join us for Story Time
Every Wednesday at 10:30.

All ages are welcome to enjoy a few stories and a related craft.

Watch the calendar for other fun activities - there's always something going on in the Children's Room!


  • For our youngest readers, still learning to turn pages, check
    out board books.  Also, new to
    our collection are TREET bags.
  • All ages are invited to browse 
    our picture book bins, fiction shelves and audio books. You
    will find entertaining, informative, and beautiful stories.
  • Early readers will find leveled easy readers to strengthen their new skill.
  • Confident readers will find the nonfiction section useful for informational reading or to support school projects.
  • On our Parent shelf, parents can find books on topics from potty training to teenagers.