The Open Ocean

Teens and Adults who love the open seas can take a deep dive into learning about these incredible environments in this discussion with scientist Alexa Hoffman.

Revolutionary Women: Writing About War

March is Women’s History Month! The library is hosting the Museum of the American Revolution for a virtual discussion on Revolutionary Women and their important roles at such a pivotal time in our nation’s history.

David Mills Poetry – Tribute to Slavery in New York City

In celebration of Black History Month join us for a poetry reading by author, David Mills. Mr. Mills will share his poetry and insights from his book of poems, Boneyarn, the first book of poems that explores slavery in New York City.

Writers Roundtable Virtual Meeting

Writers of fiction and nonfiction are welcome to join and share their projects. Participants will be reading and discussing each other’s works.

Genealogy Club

Learn from others as you go about researching your genealogy… Genealogy Club members support each other with expertise and hacks as they research their lineage.

SBA Resources and Services

Running a small business can be tough, join in for a discussion with Small Business Administration and learn how they can help grow your business!