Cosmic Dodgeball @ Parks & Rec

Friday, April 16 7:00-9:00 PM

Not your average dodgeball: a cosmic light show, great music, and glow-in-the-dark balls! Wear light colors for maximum glow. For 5th-12th graders. $2 per person. Concessions available for purchase. Advance registration required at Masks required.


Playing Through Printmaking via Zoom
Sponsored by Hamilton Wood Type and Printing Museum

Friday, April 23 6:00-8:00 PM

For 5th-12th graders. Free! Explore stamping and printmaking to create fun and unique designs. All materials provided—details in registration email. Register here:


Lester Public Library: Dr. Who Trivia Kahoot!

Friday, April 30 6:30-8:00 PM

For 5th graders and older. A free virtual game night: Unleash your vast Dr. Who knowledge! Register here. Make a super-cool Dr. Who sonic screwdriver pen (while supplies last). Download the Kahoot app (or access online) and join Ms. Terry via Zoom for the event.

Friday, April 30 6:30 PM | Grades 5 and up!

Register for the DR. WHO TRIVIA KAHOOT! NIGHT here >

Now swing by the library’s drive-thru service window and pick up your DR. WHO SONIC SCREWDRIVER pen kit. Get ‘em while supplies last!

Prepare for the event: Download the Kahoot! app—or make sure you have access to Kahoot! online. You need access to Zoom as well.

At 6:30 PM FRIDAY, APRIL 30, GET TO THE TARDIS: Join Ms. Terry via Zoom (link shared when you register!) and crush your opponents with your gigantic body of Dr. Who knowledge.

Winner gets eternal bragging rights!

A new pack every other week!

Take a break from the virtual world! These screen-free activities give you and your school-age kids the opportunity to reconnect, refresh and refocus. Packs include all the supplies you’ll need to maximize the fun. Pick them up curbside. (Geared for school-age children)

Ms. Terry’s Virtual Booktalk Library – March 2021 Picks for Grades 5-6!

Delivery is to Two Rivers Schools only.

Visit Ms. Terry’s Virtual Booktalk Library – March 2021 Picks for Grades 7-8!

Delivery is to Two Rivers Schools only.

October 2020-December2020

Woke (slang): Aware of and actively attentive to important facts and issues (especially issues of racial and social justice) —Merriam-Webster

What is Read Woke? It’s a feeling. A form of education. A call to action, and our right as lifelong learners. It means arming yourself with knowledge to better protect your rights. Learning about others so you treat people with respect and dignity, no matter their religion, race, creed, or color. —Cicely Lewis

The Read Woke movement was created by Cicely Lewis, School Library Journal 2020 Librarian of the Year. To be included as suggested titles, the books must:

  • Challenge a social norm
  • Give voice to the voiceless
  • Provide information about a group that has been disenfranchised
  • Seek to challenge the status quo
  • Have a protagonist from an underrepresented or oppressed group

Beginning October 19, register for the challenge on Beanstack and earn badges for reading books written by authors of various marginalized communities. For all ages!


Click here for a printable list of all Read WOKE teen titles!

Prizes are still available!

We are extending the deadline to use your Book Bucks to buy prizes until a month after the library building reopens. Give us a call and let us know what you would like—we’ll put your prizes aside for curbside pickup!

Our prize cart is also filled with great books for all ages. It’ll be here ready and waiting when the library building reopens, so save those summer reading challenge Book Bucks if BOOKS are your desired prizes.

Click here for a full menu of prizes!