Gibbon Public Library

116 LaBarre Street / P.O. Box 309 ~ Tel. 308-468-5889

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Spring Newsletter

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February’s Lunch Bunch

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Story Time Fun!

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International Dot Day

Join us for a special Dot Day story time on Tuesday, September 15th at 3:45p.m. Stories, games, prizes and more!

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Christmas Craft Week

The library’s annual Christmas Craft Week was a success! 45 children attended this year’s festivities. Gift making and Christmas crafts included jean pocket purses, button Santas and trees, bookmarks, coasters, hot cocoa mix, and much more. The kids were also able to enter daily for a chance to win a grand prize. Congratulations to Brady […]

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Christmas Craft Week!

Join us for a week of Christmas Craft and Gift making here at the Gibbon Public Library! When: Monday, December 15th through Friday, December 19th Time: 3:45 p.m. Children of All Ages Welcome This program is free and requires no pre-registration.

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Jumpstart’s Read for the Record

On October 21, 2014, people across the country will unite to read the children’s book Bunny Cakes, a comical story of sibling bonding and birthday shenanigans, by bestselling author and illustrator Rosemary Wells, in support of Jumpstart’s mission: to work toward the day every child in America enters kindergarten prepared to succeed. Join the Gibbon […]

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International Dot Day!

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Summer Reading Program 2014 Fizz! Boom! Read!

“Weather” Eleven pre-schoolers listened to “Hear Comes the Rain” and “A Rainbow of My Own”. Rainbow mobiles and Sunny Day drawings were the activities. Come join us next Thursday when we explore WATER…   “Robotics” 32 children listened to “Boy + Bot” and “Wall-E” and crafted robot magnets and Einstein Hair Hats. Join us next […]

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