HOURS: Mon, Tues, Thur, Fri 2:00-7:00; Wed, 10am-3pm; Sat, 10am-2pm
*Updated April 1, 2020*
With the current stay-at-home extention by the Governor, the Library will continue to be closed to the public until at least April 30th. At that time we will re-assess the situation.
During this time:
*Staff will be checking the drop boxes, email, and phone messages daily.
*Borrowed items may still be dropped off at the book drop. For those feeling ill, we ask you to hold on to those items and stay in your homes.
*The library will automatically renew items and will waive fines throughout this period.
*We will offer a limited, curb-side service - please call ahead and leave a message or email us and we will pull what you are looking for and deliver it outside to your car.
*Check out our on-line resources, including access to e-books and e-audiobooks and Mango, the on-line language learning program. You can find more information about these on our website www.homercommunitylibrary.com
Thank you for your support and patience as we adapt to these challenges.
Movie Matinee - We have changed this from the 2nd Wednesday to the 4th Wednesday of each month at 1pm, the library shows a movie geared toward our community's senior citizens and retirees.
Free Family Movie Night - held the 3rd Friday of each month at 7pm, the library shows a rated G or PG movie aimed at families with younger kids.
Keep an eye out for news of Mango Mondays and 'Celebrity' Storytimes.
Contact the library to find out the current month's titles or check our schedule of events below.
The library frequently has other programs for both kids and adults. We usually have a series of gardening or nature programs in the early spring, occasional arts and crafts programs through the year, and occasional educational classes. We will try to update this page and our Facebook page with new additions. If there is a program you would be interested in please le us know!
The library participates in the 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten reading incentive program. Parents can register their children from newborn to kindergarten, bring home a reading log, and for every 100 books you read to them they get a sticker and, at certain levels, small prizes.
The library offers a summer reading program for students who are entering K - 5th grades. This consists of a 6-week long program with a weekly craft/game program and a reading log kids take home to earn points towards prizes.
We have also begun a summer TEEN READ program. Anyone starting 6th grade and older (up to 18 years old or senior in high school) can participate.
For most of the year we have a table with a community puzzle which is available for anyone who would like to come in and work on. We are happy to have you bring a friend and chat quietly while working on our puzzle.