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Wood Library provides exceptional public library service in a comfortable and safe environment where people can satisfy their curiosity, stimulate their imaginations, and connect to the local community and to the world.

Library News

  • Astronomer Percival Lowell thought there were irrigation canals on Mars. Mariner missions, Viking missions, and the Mars Exploration Rover missions have changed and expanded our knowledge. The Mars Rover Curiosity...

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Today’s Events

Date: Thursday, November 15th, 2018
Start time: 10:30 am
Age group: Preschool
Event type: Children's Program, Story Program
Description: Storybooks and more for 3-5 year olds on Thursday mornings at 10:30 from October 4 - November 29. NOTE: no class on Thanksgiving). Our 1/2 hour sessions feature picture books, fingerplays, songs, and the flannelboard and the activities promote language development and pre-literacy skills. Please register as class size is limited.
Date: Thursday, November 15th, 2018
Start time: 3:00 pm
Age group: Adults, Seniors
Event type: General Library Event
Description: The New Yorker discussion group meets every Thursday from 3:00 – 4:30 p.m. in Hamlin B. The “required readings” are chosen by group members weekly. The library has a subscription to The New Yorker and electronic access through RBDigital.
Date: Thursday, November 15th, 2018
Start time: 4:00 pm
Age group: K-5
Event type: Craft, Children's Program
Description: Instead of drawing a portrait of someone, we're going to use paper to make a 3 dimensional picture - you'll have to make one to see how amazing it looks! For grades K-5. Registration is requested. A snack will be provided.
Date: Thursday, November 15th, 2018
Start time: 7:00 pm
Age group: Adults, Teens, Seniors, Young Adults (17-24 yrs old)
Event type: Lecture
Description: Astronomer Percival Lowell thought there were irrigation canals on Mars. Mariner missions, Viking missions and the Mars Exploration Rover missions have changed and expanded our knowledge. The Mars Rover Curiosity is still sending more information. There’s no water on the surface, but what about below? HWS’s Dr. Arens will review what we know and where else in the solar system exobiologists are looking to see if we are not alone.

Our Programs

Adult Programs

Adult Programs

Learn more about our programs and sections for adults of all ages.

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Teens

Teens

We have a whole section dedicated to young adult fiction and non-fiction.

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Children

Children

Find lots to do in our children’s section and programs we are having.

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Calendar

Calendar

We have upcoming events for families and people of all ages and interest.

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