Kids Garden Program

Make a Bird Feeder

Stories, music and crafts for all ages.

Read To A Dog

All Ages. Come Read to Maxwell, he can’t wait to hear your favorite story.

Lego Club

Imagine & Build with School Age Friends!

Annual Poetry Bash: Read, Recite, Listen

The former US Poet Laureate Billy Collins once wrote: “All babies are born with a knowledge of poetry, because the lub-dub of the mother’s heart is in iambic meter.” Won’t you join Graves Library for National Poetry Month in April and get back in touch with your inner poet?! Bring a poem to read that you have written, share a favorite poem by another author, or just hunker down and listen. Inaugurated in April 1996, National Poetry Month brings together publishers, booksellers, literary organizations, libraries, schools, and poets around the country to celebrate poetry and its vital place in American culture. Be part of the celebration!

All About Nature

Special Guest Reader Storytime! All About Nature with Leia from KPT Conservation Trust.

National Fiction/Memoir Author Lucy Ferriss

Born in St. Louis, Lucy Ferriss has lived on both coasts, in the middle, and abroad. She is the author of ten books, mostly fiction. In addition to her new novel, A Sister to Honor, her novel The Lost Daughter, a Book-of-the-Month pick, was published in February 2012 and has appeared in Poland and China. Her memoir Unveiling the Prophet: The Misadventures of a Reluctant Debutante was called Best Book of the Year by the Riverfront Times; her novel Nerves of the Heart was a finalist in the Peter Taylor Prize competition; her collection Leaving the Neighborhood and Other Stories was the 2000 winner of the Mid-List First Series Award.


Evening Book Discussion Group – Brooklyn


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