“When I got [my] library card, that was when my life began.”
― Rita Mae Brown
We were so honored to welcome Girl Scout Daisy Troop 709 to the library a couple of weeks ago! Miss Kelli taught them about being a good citizen and a good library patron. The girls were able to get a library card on the spot if their parent was with them and all the rest of the girls were sent home with library card applications.
Check out the amazing pictures from the teen’s Murder Mystery Dinner! The event was so popular that we had to have two nights! Everyone had a great time. Please thank Johnny and Mike’s Pizza for the amazing support they give the library when we feed hungry teenagers! And I am so impressed with our YAC members this year. They have worked so hard on their events. If you know one of our YAC members, have a conversation with them about their projects. They are doing amazing things!
Spring break is coming up! And shortly after we will hold our Spring Stuffed Animal Sleepover. Keep an eye out on Facebook and for posters in the library for exact dates and times. This is one of our biggest events during the school year. If you have a child toddler-3rd grade you won’t want to miss it!
Miss Kelli with Girl Scout Daisy Troop 709.
Murder Mystery Success!
Group for Feb 16th
Best Dressed went to Lexi Mavin as Demeter & Best Actor went to Joey Fisk as Janus.
The entire event was planned by Sophie Van Gundy, Laura Downs, Kayla Corwonski & CJ Floyd (not pictured).
Group for Feb 17th
Best Dressed went to Alexis Hill as Iris & Best Actor went to Grant Towne as Dionysis.
Group for Feb 16th
Come warm up at Storytime
Join us for stories, songs, rhyme, finger-play and movements.
All ages are welcome.
Tuesdays - Mover and Shakers geared towards those who struggle to sit still by having many get up and move songs and rhymes.
Wednesdays- Storytime geared towards those who enjoy sitting for stories and listening, will also include songs and rhymes.