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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Dec 01

Board Game Day

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Dec 01

Library Scavenger Hunt in December

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Nov 24

Join us for Movie Afternoon

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Nov 24

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Nov 13

Don’t Foget to Register for Story Hour. PreS-2nd grade are welcome to attend!

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Nov 13

Books Are Fun

The new Books Are Fun items have arrived. Come check it out. We are taking orders until November 18th.
Lots of awesome Christmas presents for those on your list, or treat yourself to some holiday cheer!DSC02008

Nov 04

Wirth Art Gallery

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Nov 04

November Book Club Read

 

The Library Book Club will be meeting on Monday Dec. 1st at 7:00pm to discuss Black Like Me by John Howard Griffin

In the Deep South of the 1950s, journalist John Howard Griffin decided to cross the color line.  Using medication that darkened his skin to deep brown, he exchanged his privileged life as a Southern white man for the disenfranchised world of an unemployed black man.  His audacious, still chillingly relevant eyewitness history is a work about race and humanity-that in this new millennium still has something important to say to every American.

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