ArtSpace is an impactful and innovative therapeutic art program that uses art as a tool to improve the physical, mental and emotional well-being of HomeFront clients. Learn More on HomeFront website.
Suggested for ages 4 and up.
Available at the youth services desk starting Monday, October 1st while supplies last.
Join the conversation while starting a new project or continuing your work in progress. Discuss past projects, and share tips and ideas. All hook and needle crafters are welcome!
One of the Hickory Corner librarians will moderate a thoughtful discussion of current events by patrons. All adults are welcome. No preparation is necessary; the librarian will reveal the topic at the top of the discussion.
One of the Hickory Corner Branch librarians will lead the sessions, intended for intermediate-level speakers (those comfortable speaking English in most situations and looking for practice to increase confidence). We’ll meet in the parking lot on Mondays, weather permitting.
As the largest eastern branch of the Mercer County Library System, the Hickory Corner Branch is a hub of activity for our community. The branch offers a comfortable space to read, study and connect.
Our youth services staff offer engaging Baby and Story Times for children 3 months to 5 years, and so much more. S.T.E.A.M. programs for children of all ages, Teen & Tween Yoga and Story Stretches, LEGO projects, and the ever-popular Slime are just a few of their many programs each month.
Adult programs on a variety of subjects including heath, legal issues, education, exercise, and genealogy, are offered at the branch. The library also offers computer and technology classes, or schedule a one-on-one session with a knowledgeable librarian. Check out our branch calendar for current program listings.
The branch’s several community rooms are in near-constant use, offering meeting space for a wide variety of nonprofit groups. We also have a Quiet Study room available for everyone.
Be sure to enjoy Hickory Corner’s monthly displays. Exhibitors have ranged in age from 6 to 90 and represent the diverse interests of our community. Collections and displays ranging from rubber ducks to telegraph insulators to photography and original artwork are sure to inspire.