At Home Library Events

The library continues to offer free programming either online or as a mailout project. Registration is required for mailout projects and are limited to the Scott County Library service area. To view and register for events, click on the event calendar link below.

Event Calendar
Featured Family and Youth Programming
Featured Adult Programming

Winter Activities for Adults and Families

If you missed requesting our Winter Literacy or Cozy Up! activity packets, you can download the .pdf files below.

Virtual Early Literacy Programming

​Littlest Learners

Best for parents and caregivers of children ages 0-24months.  Enjoy these 12 short videos featuring a rhyme, song, baby sign, and activities for you and your baby to do together. 

Mini Early Literacy Classes

Best for families with children ages 2-5 years old.  These 6-10 minute videos feature songs, rhymes, and stories for you and your family to enjoy. New content is posted regularly and all videos are available for at least one week. 

Mini Early Literacy Class Link

More Virtual Programming

This winter, we'll have two new video series: Music Together Story Hour and Yoga with Debi. Both are accessible using the link below.

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Adult Trivia Black Films

Club Book

Link to Club Book Author Event with Eduardo Porter on February 24th

Winter Reads

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Winter Reads: Historical Mysteries Series Recommendations

Looking for your next great read? Join Cindy and Paula from the Scott County Library as they explore a variety of whodunits set in the past featuring a variety of locations and detectives. Learn a bit of history, follow compelling characters, and enjoy a crafty mystery all at the same time! 

Winter Reads is funded by the Metropolitan Library Service Agency (MELSA).