Build a Better World!

Summer is here! The library will be hosting a variety of programs throughout the months of June and July! Please see the calendar for the dates!

Elementary students will receive incentive prizes for reading this summer. For every day that the child reads for at least 30 minutes, he or she can sign a paper “Lego Block” to add to the wall in the entryway. Children who have read for at least five hours during the months of June and July AND have attended at least two of the library’s programs will receive a prize!

Thank you to the 2017 Summer Reading Program sponsors: AJs of Genoa, DeNiles Restaurant and Events, Fill My Cup, Genoa Community Bank, Grain’s Family Market, Great Plains Cafe, Pump & Pantry, Sack Lumber, Zubees!

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Usborne Book Fair!

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There is still time to order some of these great books! Catalogs and order forms are available at the library. The online ordering will be available through Sunday night. Be sure to mark delivery to the library to eliminate the shipping and handling fees! The library will receive 50% of the profits towards new books for the community’s children!

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Summer Reading Programs!

On your mark, Get set, … READ!!!

Mondays will feature teens/tweens between noon and 1:00 pm. There will be games, crafts, and books!

Wednesdays will be for elementary-aged children from noon to 1:00 pm. There will be books, crafts, activities, and some special speakers!

Thursdays from 9:30 am to 10:00 am will be for the little ones. There will be books, flannel board stories, crafts, games, songs, and activities!

Hope to see you there!

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School time is here!

After-school reading programs will begin on Monday, September 14th.

This program will be every Monday that there is school. It will begin at approximately 3:30 and end at around 5:00 pm.

There will be snacks, books, games, crafts, activities, and fun!

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