We’re gearing up for our big “Stories in the Streets” event on April 30th. We would like to invite any of you kids (Let’s face it, we’re all kid’s at heart) to dress up for our Storybook Character Parade that will take place at 2:00. This is your big opportunity to dress up as your favorite character! You’ll get a prize, too! For more information call: 402-994-4125.
Legos are all the rage and we are adding them to the library for Summer Reading. Following Summer Reading they will stay here permanently as an interactive resource. We have ordered several sets of Legos but need a whole lot more! If you could check out the bottom of your toy boxes or the back of your closets and donate those odd pieces that are living there we would be thrilled!
We will, of course, accept donations of new pieces, too! Even adults are finding that using their skills to build amazing buildings and other items is a lot of fun.
Please, join in the fun and donate then you, too, can make your building dreams become a reality!
SAVE THE DATE!
”Stories in the Streets”
Sunday, April 30th, 12-4
Stories, costumes, petting zoo, contests and so much more. Stay tuned for more information!
Elementary school students are invited to see a movie at the library on their day off from school. The movies will be on the first two Thursday’s in March at 12:00 noon.
On Thursday, March 2nd we will be showing “Finding Dory” and on March 9th we will show “Zootopia”!
If you’re 4 years old or older, please come to the library on December 29th at 12:00 noon for a fun movie time! Since school’s out we thought you’d enjoy a time to relax and enjoy a good movie. The feature this time is Disney’s “Frozen”. We hope to see you here!
We will be closing on Thanksgiving Eve (November 24th) and Christmas Eve (December 24th) this year. We wish you the very best during this holiday season!
Saturday, November 26th, 2016, 10-12
Calling all kids! While your parents shop, join us for some winter holiday fun with stories, arts 7 crafts, songs, games, a snack & more!
Follow this link to see a flyer for the whole days events!!
The Library will be open until 8:00 on Halloween so be sure to come Trick-or-Treating!
We have been purchasing lots and lots of books!
We are completing the collections of: David Baldacci, Vince Flynn, James Patterson, Sue Grafton, Susan Wiggs, Rick Riordan…You won’t believe all of the authors that are represented in this huge purchase.
Our latest purchase is from local Murdock author, Steve Bruttig, “First and Foremost”.
You can check for your self what titles we have by going to:
Find Elmwood in the list of participating libraries, click on that and then click on: “Elmwood Public Library” above our picture and search.
We can’t wait to share what we have with you!
Starting August 18th on Thursday mornings at 10:30
When Elmwood-Murdock School is in session.
This is a half-hour adventure for pre-schoolers which will include, stories, games and songs. We are going to explore animals, feelings, alphabets, colors, numbers, opposites and so much more!