There’s a lot going on at the library this September!


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Prendergast Library

Special Events:

  • Our half-off booksale will run from September 5-7! All books are $1 or less, and you can fill a bag of books for $10.
  • On September 25 at 4pm, the American Red Cross will offer free disaster preparedness training. Learn how to prepare for an emergency and what to do in the case of a disaster. Please call the library to register for this event – drop-ins are welcome as space allows.
  • The library will also offer free flu shots from Rite Aid at the library on September 25 from 3:00-5:00pm. No registration is needed.

Ongoing Programs:

  • Our regular children’s programming continues, with free, drop-in activities for kids every weekday from 3:30-5:00.
  • Minecraft Club is every Monday at 3:30, and the Makerspace is open Monday-Friday from 3:30-5:00. Check our Facebook page or website for our weekly activities schedule.
  • We’ve returned to our regular Storytime schedule, with Storytime on Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 10:30. Come by for stories, songs, and open play! All ages are welcome at both storytimes; stories on Tuesday are generally aimed at ages 3 and up, and stories on Wednesdays are geared towards babies and toddlers.
  • We continue to offer our genealogy lab, adult coloring club, knitting club, and more! Take a look at our programming calendar for more details.

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