Celebrations in the City-150 Years

May 3
Tuesday 10:30 am
Join us as we celebrate DMPL's 150th anniversary! The party will kick off with illustrator Tim Read, who works with the audience to tell interactive stories. There will also be an ice cream sundae bar, crafts while supplies last, and a photo booth.

History and Mystery of Tarot

May 3
Tuesday 12:00 pm

Come learn about the history and mystery of Tarot with special guest Anita Shekinah from Ancient Ways. Then head upstairs to see the exhibit: "Harry Potter's World: Renaissance Science, Magic and Medicine" from the National Library of Medicine.

Conversations & Coffee

May 3
Tuesday 12:30 pm
English learning adults and community members wishing to share their local knowledge are invited to come together for English conversation and light refreshments. This program is open to all levels of English speakers and activities will be provided to prompt and encourage conversation. For additional information please contact Philip Delgado at pcdelgado@dmpl.org.

Homework Hideout

Need a quiet place to study? No space in your room to set up books? We’ve created a quiet space with Internet and free color printing, common school supplies and a community mentor to encourage students to create school work that they can be proud of! Open Monday-Thursday for students in grades four through twelve.

Kids Book Club

Join us after school for Kids Book Club at the East Side Library. We will be discussing the book Out of My Mind by Sharon Draper. Copies of the book are available at the East Side Information Desk.
Ages 8-12

Central VolunTeens

Are you looking for a great place to volunteer? Become a volunteen and help out with library projects and programs. Teens ages 12-18 can pick up a teen volunteer application at the Central Library. Applications must be turned in and approved before attending this program.

Youth Makerspace

A free, family friendly, educational environment where youth can build, design, create and play with LittleBits, K'NEX, Kithub, LEGO Mindstorms, and more! Today's makers become tomorrow's innovators with STEAM based activities. For grades three through eight.

Homework Hideout

Need a quiet place to study? No space in your room to set up books? We’ve created a quiet space with Internet and free color printing, common school supplies and a community mentor to encourage students to create school work that they can be proud of! Open Monday-Thursday for students in grades four through twelve.