Friends’ Group Author Talk

Come join the Friends of the Library Group’s author presentation on Saturday March 28th at 2 pm!  The Friends group is bringing in June Hilbert author of “From High Heels to Gumboots: One Cow Pie at a Time” to give the presentation. Following the presentation the Friends group will have their annual meeting and refreshments will be served. The presentation/meeting will be held in the Community Room of the Library.

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Winter Reading 2015 Children’s Activities

Children should come join the “Reading Roundup” Fun on Mondays at 4 pm.

Monday, January 19th is “Cowboy/Cowgirl Up!” stories & activities with Pixie

Monday, January 26th we will have special guests: Char & Audrey sharing “Horse Sense”

Monday, February 2nd is Movie Day: A movie about a family traveling west (1 hour 16 min. in length)

Monday, February 9th we will have special guest Vevia with a program titled “It’s all about the Boots!”

Saturday, February 14th will be the “Come & Go” awards celebration from 10:30 am – 1:00 pm.

Remember sign up begins Monday, January 19th!

2015 Winter Reading Teen/Adult Activities

This year there will be 3 Wednesday movie nights for teens and adults to attend during the Winter Reading Program.  Movies will be shown at 5:30 pm on the following dates:

Wednesday, January 21st

Wednesday, January 28th

Wednesday, February 4th

Teenagers are also invited to attend a teen movie night on Monday, January 19th at 5:30 pm and a craft/snack evening on Monday, February 2nd at 5:30 pm.  The craft will be making a bandanna wreath and eating “Snacks for the trail”

2015 Winter Reading Program

Are you ready to round up some great books this winter? We are! This year’s reading theme is Reading Roundup!

The program starts Monday, January 19th and ends Saturday February 14th with a come and go celebration. Signup will begin on Monday, January 19th.

There are reading goals for people of all ages: Preschool-5th grade, Teens, and Adults.

The following is the list of the goals for this years winter reading program:

Family Readers (K and younger) read 20 books

Early Readers (1st-2nd grade) read 10 books

Advanced Readers (3rd-5th grade) read 4 books

Teenagers read 3 books

Adults read 3 books