The subject of Saturday hours has come up again for us, please fill out the short survey at the link below to help us determine if this would be a worthwhile option for the library and our patrons. Share with local friends and family, the more responses we have the better!
We also have a paper copy of the same survey at the library if you prefer to answer that way. Just stop in during regular hours to fill it out!
(This survey is no longer active, thank you for your interest. – Aug. 14,2018)
Join us this month for a few fun special events and our monthly events too! Call 488-3431 with questions.
Lego Club: Every Thursday from 3:30-4:30pm (Open to school aged kids, under 6 years must have an adult present) LAST DAY is May 18th for the summer, we will start back up in the fall when school is back in session.
Novels @ Night Book Club: Monday May 8th, 7:00pm
Books and Babies: Friday May 12th, 10:00-10:45am
Container Gardening: Tuesday May 16th, 7:00pm
Fiction Addiction Book Club: Wednesday May 17th, 2:00pm
Library Board Meeting: Tuesday May 23rd, 5:00pm
LIBRARY CLOSED: Monday May 29th ALL DAY for Memorial Day
Pinterest Craft Night: Tuesday May 30th, 7:00pm (Adult craft night. Registration is recommended to guarantee supplies.)
Summer Reading Program is about to begin! Join us for activities, programs, reading and fun this summer as part of our Build a Better World summer reading program. All ages are invited to register and participate along with us! Registration will begin May 24th and you may do so by visiting the desk at the library or online at this link: https://goo.gl/forms/mfXdDTR4tl2L6p3f2
Do you have a child in middle or high school, or one beginning to use their own phone? Do you feel clueless about what they are doing when online or just better want to understand the apps they are using? Join us on Tuesday, April 18th at 6:30pm for a presentation about Internet Safety for Parents. “Children are embracing the internet with remarkable enthusiasm as they venture online to learn, play, and communicate with their friends. Unfortunately, cyberspace is not always a safe place for youngsters to visit. Stay one step ahead of your child by learning of the new and current trends.
A presenter from the K-State Research & Extension Office in Sedgwick County has partnered with the local Exploited and Missing Child Unit (EMCU) to inform community families about the dynamics of the internet. EMCU provides up-to-date information that will equip parents for the challenges they may encounter with their children using the internet. All presenters are fully trained professionals in the field.” (Program description from presenters brochure.)
If possible bring your laptop, tablet or mobile device to be able to work online during the session (we have free wi-fi)! This session is intended for parents only.