Pokemon Grab & Go: 5 Year Anniversary of Pokemon Go!

5 years ago, a screenshot of PoGo map at CPL

Registration is closed. You can pick up your Grab & Go starting July 6th. 


July 6th, 2021 marks the 5 year anniversary of Pokemon Go! To celebrate, we have created a special kit for trainers of all ages to enjoy. Register on June 24nd to reserve your kit while supplies last. Starting on July 6th, trainers can pick up their kit from the hold shelf. 


All ages, one kit per registration. 

Upcoming sessions

There are no upcoming sessions available.

Pokemon Go Walking Club

Pokemon Go player is holding up phone with Pokemon Go playing.

Join us this summer for our Pokemon Go Walking Club! Meet up near the entrance of the library with other Pokemon Go players. Grab all the supplies you need for your Pokemon adventure! *while supplies lasts* Team up with another group and head to Heritage park to catch them all!

* A Pokemon Go account and mobile device/tablet is required to play Pokemon Go.*

  • Register 1 spot per group
  • If your group is larger than 4 please enter the total amount of people in your group in the notes field when registering. 
  • All ages


  • It is the patron's responsibility to maintain a safe distance between groups while walking in Heritage Park.


Photo by David Grandmougin on Unsplash

Upcoming sessions

Tuesday, August 3 - 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM Outdoors NEW DATE DUE TO BUILDING CLOSURE Register

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Xbox Series X

These games can ONLY be played on the Xbox Series X system. 

We now have Playstation 5 games for you to check out! See the list below of all the Playstation 5 games we currently have available. 

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Check out one of the materials below in honor of Street Fighter II's anniversary!

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Legendborn by Tracy Deonn

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2020 is finally over and has been a challenging year for everyone. Playing video games became a popular way to pass the time during quarantine. Below is a list of our favorite games CPL staff played last year. What games got you through 2020? What games are you looking forward to playing in 2021?

  • Animal Crossing was a great way to stay connected with friends while being stuck at home. AG
  • Animal Crossing allowed me to connect with people from a distance. AY
  • This was my quarantine mainstay; we couldn't go outside much this year, but Animal Crossing brings the fun of interacting with neighbors, decorating, and meeting friends into a digital space. SS
  • I started playing New Horizons during the spring quarantine, and I love it because it is such a fun and relaxing game that brings up fond childhood memories of playing earlier versions on the DS and Wii (Wild World and City Folk). It is a great game for all ages and is perfect to escape the craziness of the world for some bug catching, fishing, and crafting DIY recipes.  KM

Hellblade forced me to face my fears and overcome them through the character of Senua. I do not like scary games and I felt VERY accomplished by completing this game. AG

Also available for Playstation 4.