Folksinger performs at Hildreth Public Library

002Adam Miller, folksinger, storyteller and autoharp virtuoso, performed on Wednesday, September 16 at the Hildreth Public Library.  Singing through history was the theme of the program.  The audience enjoyed the program and sang along to several folk songs.  A great time for community residents of all ages!

Middle School Students Visit Public Library

The Wilcox-Hildreth 7th & 8th grade middle school students participated in a library scavenger hunt at our library.  Students worked in pairs to locate information, books and more.  The 5th & 6th grades visited the library last week.004

After-School Program has Begun!

School has started and so has the Library After-School Program. 
We have been busy learning how to make healthy snacks and eating 
them too!  We also made a "marble run" that went across the 
library and ended in the book drop.  The program is for youth
in grades K - 8.  Come join the fun!005

Community Heroes

Fire fighters and EMT’s from the Hildreth Fire Department presented a program on fire safety to area youth. Children were able to look at the fire and ambulance equipment as well as hold a fire hose and knock over a safety cone with the water. Our last summer reading program ended with a “splash” as kids (and some adults) were soaked from the fire hoses. Thank you HVFD! We appreciate your service to our community!

Military Heroes

Today we had a visit from Bill Bunger, a community military hero.  He shared interesting information with us about flying a helicopter while in Vietnam.  We enjoyed seeing the model of his helicopter, helmet, prisoner story on the helicopter, how water tanks were moved, how large the helicopter was and how many people fit in the helicopter.  Our favorite, though, was the story of the jeep!  Thanks for visiting our library!002

Every Hero has a Story

We have been busy this summer at the Library.  In May and June we had three youth book clubs and a Pre-K through 2nd grade story time.  At the end of June we had a picnic in the park and was entertained by Fax Gilbert who performed magic, mime and masks.  Superhero training day was next and then Trooper Lewis brought his dog to our library for animal heroes.  We still have two programs to go….military heroes and community heroes.  Please join us for lots of fun.



Batman Visits Story Time

Batman visited the Hildreth Public Library on Friday, June 12.  He answered questions about his bat mobile and read superhero stories to preschool – 2nd grade children.  After story time the children had their pictures taken with Batman.  What a fun day!005

Summer Library Club – Every Hero has a Story

A Summer Library Program brochure was mailed to Hildreth area patrons explaining the various activities offered this summer at the library.  If you did not get a brochure or would like another, you may pick one up at the circulation desk.  The following activities take place in May but there are many more events planned at the library in June and July.

May 18:  3rd & 4th Grade Book Club - Noon, bring lunch
May 22:  5th, 6th & 7th Grade Book Club - Noon, bring lunch
         Pre-K - 2nd Grade Story time - 1:15 p.m.
May 26:  Legos - all ages- 1:15 p.m. & 3:15 p.m.
May 27:  Teen Book Club - Noon, bring lunch
May 28:  Activity & Game Day - all ages - 1:15 p.m. & 3:15 p.m.
May 29:  5th, 6th, & 7th Grade Book Club - Noon
         Pre-K - 2nd Grade Story time - 1:15

Join us!


It`s National Library Week!!

Unlimited Possibilities @ Your Library

This week, the Hildreth Public Library joins libraries in schools, campuses and communities nationwide in celebrating National Library Week, a time to highlight the changing role of libraries, librarians and library workers.

Libraries today are more than warehouses for books. Instead, libraries and librarians are change agents within their communities – transforming lives through innovative educational resources and forward-thinking programming.

It has been nearly a year since our library has expanded and we would like to take this time to thank everyone for your support.  More library space has meant more programs, materials, and services for our community.  Join us this week for What’s Cookin’ at the Library on Monday evening at 6:30 p.m. and Wednesday at noon.  Story time is Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. and if you love to knit or crochet join the sewing group on Thursday at 1:00 p.m.

Spring Fun at the Library this Week!

The Library has some fun activities coming up this week.  On Tuesday at 1:15 p.m. is story time for preschool-age children.  We are reading several Easter stories and a story about a surprise.  The preschoolers will be in for a surprise of their own.  Don’t miss the fun!

Book Club meets Wednesday at noon to discuss the book, Fly Boys.  Following book club, is a horticulture program at 1:00 p.m. by Kim Sindt, Extension Aide.  Kim always has terrific educational programs and she supplies us with many wonderful handouts to help us in our yards and gardens.  Don’t forget to bring your questions for Kim.

On Thursday, after school, there will be an Easter Egg Hunt in the library for elementary and middle school age youth, as well as games and treats.