Teens going into grades 8-12 are invited to create, write, perform, and more with our Annual Teen Summer Volunteer Program. Check out this year's teams, and apply online now. More >
Join us this spring to meet authors Jeanne Nolan, Matthew Algeo, Michael Lotus, Jack Bishop, Iris Krasnow, and Janis Johnston. More >
Join us for Money Smart Week®, a public awareness campaign designed to help consumers better manage their personal finances. More >
Sharing milestones from the past year, and looking toward the year ahead, the library's 2013 Annual Report is now available, only online. More >
T.O. events just for kids in grades 4-6 continue this Spring. New in March, "So You Wanna" programs introduce kids to creative careers and new skills. More >
A total of 2,453 community members and elected officials signed the Declaration for the Right to Libraries during the month of February. More >
Beginning Saturday, March 8, help us reuse and recycle the library's old magazines. Past issues will be free on a first-come, first-served basis in the Main Library Lobby. More >
Join us for Shockingly Modern: 20th Century Modernist Architecture, a three-part series of free lectures presented in collaboration with Pleasant Home Foundation. More >
James Madigan, Assistant Director for Administrative Services, celebrates 20 years of outstanding service to the library and the community. Thank you Jim! More >
This February, join us in signing the Declaration for the Right to Libraries, a national movement supporting all that libraries offer their communities. More >
Hear about La Clemenza di Tito by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart on Sunday, March 2, at 2 pm. Presented by the docents of Lyric's dedicated and award-winning Education Corp. More >
Let’s talk about it! Join Executive Director David Seleb on Feb. 25 or March 8 to share, to listen, to learn, and to create energy around directing change. More >