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Thank you to all of those who participated in National Library week in April! Our winners are… drum roll please! Brittan – who participated in the most events Molly – who had the closest guess to the number of books … Continue reading
Help Ashland Public Library celebrate National Library Week by participating in these upcoming events:
Tweens and teens this is for you, come enjoy the day at a mini-con. Other ages are welcome. We will have a different activity every hour. Have a costume to wear? Great, because we have a costume contest for you! … Continue reading
Teens Takeover the library on Wednesdays and Thursdays. Anyone, in grades 6th through 12th, is invited. On Wednesdays, preteens and teens take over the computer lab from 4-5 pm. No one, older or younger, is allowed to use the computer … Continue reading
Saturday, January 28th from 2-4pm. Adults, teens, tweens and kids over 5 years old, are invited to create a painting. Sarah will lead us in creating a picture on canvas. There is a $5 deposit, to hold your spot. If … Continue reading
Are you going to take the ACT test and want a practice test or other help studying? With your Ashland Public Library card number you can get just that. http://www.nelnetsolutions.com/terc/default.aspx?sponsor=2088
We’ve launched our first quarterly newsletter, Shelf Life. Check it out in the link here.
Saturday September 17th, at 2pm come paint at the library. Sarah will walk you through the picture or you can create your own. Cost is $10 and you must register either through our online calendar or in the library by … Continue reading
Monday’s is September we will have teen paint from 4-5pm. This is a time for middle and high school students to come paint a picture, of their choice on canvas. You will have 3 weeks to complete this project.