Buy, Borrow, Bypass Book Club
3rd Wednesday • 6:30 pm
Ages 18 & up
Pick a book you want to read based on our monthly themes and come discuss whether you would recommend buying, borrowing, or bypassing it! See themes for the upcoming months below!
• September: “Great Literature” I Hated In High School
• October: Creepy Books for the Faint of Heart
• November: The Doctor Will See You Now: Medical Memoirs
Okinawa Military Community Writers
Alternating Saturdays • 10:30 am
Ages 18 & up
Meet with other writers in the community to discuss writing, get feedback on your projects, and improve your skills .
Dungeons & Dragons & More
Alternating Sundays • 2 pm
This family friendly program introduces you to the game Dungeons & Dragons, we cater to the beginner player. The Library provides basic RPG supplies and a Dungeon Master, all you need to bring is your imagination!
Wednesdays • 10:30 am
Ages 3 – 5
Listen to stories, flannelboard stories, finger plays, songs and participate in other activities to promote a love of books, reading and language.
Tuesdays • 10:30 am
Ages 3 & Under
Join us for this gentle but fun introduction to reading. Library staff will model pre-literacy skills such as singing songs, learning fingerplays and nursery rhymes, and one-on-one reading for you with your child
First Saturday of the month • 10 am
Explore, learn, and play with different STEM items provided by the library. This drop-in program is the perfect educational weekend activity, so make sure to stop by!
Go on a literary adventure, learn a new skill with one our e-resources, or stop by book club!
The library always has something new for you to enjoy. Keep an eye on the Venture page so you know what free program is featured this month. We have a huge selection of fiction and nonfiction works for all ages in addition to computerized catalogs for easy reference. You can also get a head start on tutoring, studying or homeschooling with our multitude of educational materials including online databases, CDs and DVDs, video and audio disks, periodicals and books.
We have study areas and computers to work on. Parents and children will enjoy our children’s room filled to the brim with age-appropriate books.
Also home to:
• Free internet service and Wi-Fi
• Free delivery for inter-library loan requests
• Free books on our swap shelf.
• Youth, Teen, and Adult Programs
• Video and DVD checkouts with no rental or late fees
• Learning databases such as EBSCO Host and GALE
• E-books for Kindles, e-readers and more!
• Only one account is created per family. Accounts are created in the sponsor’s name.
• A valid e-mail address must be provided at the time of registration. Overdue notices and other correspondence will be sent via e-mail.
• Library items must be returned by the stated due date or overdue notices will be sent to the sponsor’s First Sergeant. Borrowing privileges will be suspended if materials are overdue 30 days or more.
• DVDs may not be renewed, but all other items may be renewed once.