Jan 21

Don’t forget to call the library to register for the upcoming after school Story Hour!

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Jan 19

Classes available at the library

Hartington Public Library

Jan 19

20th Award for “1000 Books Before Kindergarten”

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Congratulations goes to Maleah Heimes, daughter of Lee and Joan Heimes, Wynot who received her “1000 Books Before Kindergarten” award at the Hartington Public Library. Maleah received a certificate, medal, and a book for her reading accomplishment! She just turned four this fall and is a regular visitor to the fall. Maleah is the 20th child who has completed this program, which means 20,000 books have read read/listened too so far!

This program was developed to instill the love of reading get children ready for school, and to encourage more parent/child library visits. Books are logged along the way. One of the best ways to encourage pre-reading skills is to spend time sharing books each and every day! Reading provides a solid foundation, a key to school and learning success. When you as a parent read to your child, you help him or her develop the skills they will need to learn to read by themselves.

If you are interested in learning more about this reading journey for your child, please stop by or call the library at 402-254-6245.

 

 

 

 

Jan 12

Sign up for these upcoming NECC classes today!

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Jan 06

1000 Books Before Kindergarten Awarded

DSC02047Congratulations goes to Kendra Schmit, daughter of Nick and Jessica Schmit who received her “1000 Books Before Kindergarten” award at the Hartington Public Library. She received a certificate, medal and a book for her reading accomplishment! Kendra currently attends Holy Trinity PreSchool and is a regular visitor to the library. She will be attending Kindergarten next fall!

This program was developed to instill the love of reading, get children ready for school, and to encourage more parent/child library visits. Books are logged and prizes are awarded along the way. One of the best ways to encourage pre-reading skills is to spend time sharing books each and every day! Reading provides a solid foundation, a key to school and learning success. When you as a parent read to your child, you help him or her develop the skills they will need to learn to read by themselves.

If you are interested in learning more about this reading journey for your child, please stop by or call the library at 402-254-6245.

 

 

 

Dec 31

Find Peppy the Penguin during the month of January

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Dec 30

“Chillin’ with Good Books” starts on Friday. Stop in to check out your Books and pick up your Log Sheet!

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Dec 23

Book Club Selection

The library’s book club will be reading Killing Kennedy by Bill O’Reilly for the months of December and January. Discussion will be held on Feb. 2nd at 7:00pm

thN8MBSV7RIn Killing Kennedy the authors narrate the events leading up to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy as well as the event’s aftermath. O’Reilly and Dugard also focus on the element of the growing Cold War, Kennedy’s attempt to deal with the rise of Communism, and the potential threat from organized crime

Dec 19

1000 Books Before Kindergarten Awarded

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Today was a great day! Merek and Landry Heimes, son and daughter of Scott and April Heimes received their “1000 Books Before Kindergarten” award at the library. They each received a reading certificate, medal and a book for their reading accomplishment! Congrats to them for being great listeners and to mom and dad for helping them prepare for school! Merek will be attending Kindergarten next fall!

 

This program was developed to instill the love of reading, get children ready for school, and to encourage more parent/child library visits. Books are logged and prizes are awarded along the way. One of the best ways to encourage pre-reading skills is to spend time sharing books each and every day! Reading provides a solid foundation, a key to school and learning success. When you, as a parent read to your child, you help him or her develop the skills they will need to learn to read by themselves.

 

If you are interested in learning more about this reading adventure for your child, please stop by
or call the library at 402-254-6245.

Dec 03

Don’t forget to register for Story Hour

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