Amateur Cake Decorating Contest

Saturday, November 4
10:30 a.m.

This contest is open to anyone ages five and up who bakes and decorates a cake using a Reed Memorial Library cake pan. Cake pans are available at the circulation desk to borrow.
Cakes will be judged on general appearance, originality, overall taste, and creativity. Prizes will be awarded for each age level. Participants are asked to pick up an entry form and official rules at the Children’s Desk.


Teen Anime Club

Saturday, Nov. 4

Watch and discuss anime with others who enjoy Japanese animation and culture. Ages 13 and up. Anime may be rated PG or PG-13. No registration required. Anime Club meets one Saturday every month from 2-4p.m. If we have a large group we'll have pizza!

Mitten Tree

Nov. 6 - Dec. 4
Reed Memorial Library will host the Mitten Tree to collect donations of gloves, mittens, hats and scarves for all ages to be donated to Center of Hope, a local nonprofit organization that provides hot meals, food pantry service, warm clothing and other essential services for residents in need. If patrons would like to give a check as a gift they can make it out to “The Center of Hope.”


Microsoft Word II

Reed Memorial Library will present an intermediate Microsoft Word class on Tuesday, Nov. 7 at 6pm.

This class will expand upon the basics of Microsoft Word and introduce how to add headers and footers, page numbers, columns, and tables.

Completion of Microsoft Word Basics or previous experience is required.

Registration is required and space is limited.



This club meets the first Tuesday of every month

Construct a LEGO creation. The library will provide the LEGOs, participants will provide the imagination! No registration required. Grades K-5.

Adult Book Discussion

Wednesday, November 8

Half Broke Horses by Jeannette Walls. This novel, based on a true story, looks at the life of the author’s grandmother who learned to break horses at a young age and traveled over 500 miles as a teenager to become a teacher. Later in life, the author’s grandmother ran a ranch in Arizona with her husband while raising two daughters



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