Spring Flower Bulb Fundraiser by the Friends of HTFL

The Friends of HTFL are, once again, raising money for the Library. Don't miss the opportunity to beautify your garden with your purchase of flower bulbs through the Friends' online Spring Fundraiser.  Purchase the bulbs online and they will be shipped directly to your house.  All you need is the trowel!  

50% of the profits go to the Friends to help the Library purchase the "extras" such as televisions, audio equipment, Summer Reading Club programs for your enjoyment-I could go on and on.  

Click here for the link to the website to make your purchase today!  Thank you.

Programs for Teens

Teen Programming at HTFL is for students in grades 6 through 12.

All programs are held from 2:30-4 pm in the community room located in the basement of the library. No registration is required. 
Remember if there is no school there will be no program that day. 

Weekly Programs:

Anime every Monday:       

The club that lives and breaths 
anime. Enjoy your favorite anime with other anime fans. PG-13 Anime is aired in this club.



Create every Wednesday: 

We supply the tools for a different creative activity which can range from drawing, to crafting, to poetry, or anything else creative. Bring your own tools to create, or see what we have in store!  


Gaming every Friday:

Come relax and play a game! A Wii, WiiU, and Game Cube are available with games, but feel free to bring your own portable device or game to play. Board games and tabletop games are also available! We’ll be playing some T rated titles in this club.



Special Programs:


Do you love to eat? Well here is an opportunity for you to learn your way around the kitchen. Don’t worry, we are conscientious about allergies.


The doers of the world - The HTFL Teen Advisory Board meets once a month to help form the Teen Programming for the library.

If you have any questions or suggestions about Teen programs, please contact Jenifer Phillips at 


Library Resources for Teens

Coming soon...

Today is National Rubber Ducky Day!

National Rubber Ducky Day is observed annually on January 13th!

ALA Announces 2016 Youth Media Award Winners

The American Library Association (ALA) today announced the top books, video and audio books for children and young adults – including the Caldecott, Coretta Scott King, Newbery and Printz awards – at its Midwinter Meeting & Exhibits in Boston.

A list of all the 2016 award winners follows: