• Resources
  • - Search the Catalog
  • - Online Databases
  • - Digital Collections
  • - Interlibrary Loan
  • - New Books & Materials
  • - Dewey Decimal Guide
  • Events
  • - Library Events
  • - Children's Events
  • - Beckley Lab
  • - Game Night
  • - Library Calendar
  • Support Your Library
  • - Giving Campaign
  • - Memorial/Honor Gifts
  • Library Hours
    Mon:10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
    Tue:10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
    Wed:10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
    Thu:10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
    Fri:10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    Sat:10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    Sun:Library is Closed

    2015 is here... Let the games begin

    With the new year brings new things at the library, including a new Xbox ONE for Game Night.  The new calendar is now available for this year.  Please note that the events are not always on the last Wednesday of the year, as scheduling conflicts have forced the event to adjust this schedule.

    Another thing to note is the name of the event is now "Game Night at the Library".  Though we still center the event around Teens & Tweens, we have dropped the "under 20" restriction to invite older gamers to attend too.  Sorry, the event is still closed to gamers under 10 years old.

    2015 Game Night Calendar Available - Download
        Gaming Groups are invited to attend!  

    Gaming Groups Wanted

    Do you enjoy playing large scale games, but don't have the players or location to play them?  Enjoy Roleplaying games, but need a party?  Already got a group, but no one wants to host at their place?  Your local library can help!  The monthly game night is now open to gamer groups, young and old.  We have plenty of space and tables, so come and enjoy a night of Magic the Gathering, Warhammer 40k, Battletech, Yu-Gi-Oh!, Shadow Run, White Wolf Games, or whatever you want.  Bring your games, bring your friends and we will let your imaginations take flight. 

    Volunteers Wanted

    The Game Night is looking for volunteers who would like to assist in the operation of the Game Night. If you have students that participate in the event or you just want to help the community, the event can use assistance with event operation, setup and/or tear down, advertising, food deliver/preparation, donation collection, & etc. Anyone wishing to help or wanting more information can contact Dale Aikens. For those of you that have helped in the past, from all of us at the library and the students attending... Thank You.

     Questions or Comments

    For more information on the information on this page or on any of the teen/tween events, you can contact Dale Aikens at the Warren Library. We are open to all comments and suggestions and any assistance and/or event ideas would be greatly appreciated.