Hooper is such an awesome community, our Bake/Book sale was a great success. On behalf of Hooper Public Library I would like to thank the Friends of the Library and all patrons who donated baked goods, used books and cash to our Bake & Book sale. We had a great turnout for the sale and appreciate all of the public who came in to buy items as well. All proceeds from the sale will benefit our summer reading program for children. I am very pleased to announce that we will be having Jeff Quinn here to perform his Magic Show. Watch for more details on that.
The used book & movie sale will continue so please stop in and see our selection, there is still a lot to choose from. If you do not have a library card at Hooper Public Library stop in and sign up for one today. Check our Facebook page or website for details about what is going on at the library and new materials we may have. We are currently working on expanding our DVD section. If you have used DVD movies that you would like to donate to the library we would accept those and add them to our collection.
We also have magazines for check out including such titles as HGTV Magazine, Oprah, Consumer Reports, Real Simple, Golf magazine and Hail Varsity among others. Nebraska Overdrive is another great service we offer if you use a tablet or other device for reading books. Stop in and ask for details.
Preschool through 6th graders:
“SPRING INTO MEDIA” PARTY
WHEN: SATURDAY MARCH 21st
TIME: 12:00-1:00 P.M.
WHERE: HOOPER PUBLIC LIBRARY
WE WILL HAVE CRAFT STATIONS, BOARD GAMES, VIDEO GAMES, SNACKS
PLEASE COME & HAVE SOME FUN WITH US AT HPL!
Visitors to Hooper Public Library’s table at the Winter Festival were invited to enter our drawings. There was one adult & one child’s name drawn to win a $10.00 Amazon.com gift card. The lucky adult winner was Meloney Windhusen and the child’s name that was drawn was Ashlynn Gahner. Congratulations & Happy Reading to these two!
For anyone in Hooper or anywhere in the Logan View school district. Please consider joining Hooper Public Library’s Friends of the Library group. We would like to add you to our mailing list and send you more information. Even if you think you are already part of this group please contact us. Call 402-654-3833 or email us at email@example.com if you prefer. We will have a re-organizational meeting in the near future.
HPL Friends of the Library Group
Support quality library service in the community through fund raising, volunteerism, and serving as advocates for the library.
Support the policies of HPL as adopted by the Library Board of Trustees.
Provide input into the library’s strategic plan and support its implementation.
Promote the mission of HPL within the community and advocate for the library to City officials.
Maintain a liaison to the library board.
Hooper Public Library is happy to announce we will now have COFFEE CORNER EVERY Friday at 9:00 a.m. Stop by the library every Friday for a cup of a coffee and a treat, browse and check out books, magazines & movies or just enjoy the company of others in the community.
**Coffee is provided by Scooters Coffee in Fremont.
Coming up on Saturday, February 14th we will have a Valentine’s Day party at the library for children of all ages. There will be craft stations, video games, stories, puppet play and of course Valentine treats! This will start at Noon and last approximately one hour. Children age 7 or younger must arrive with an adult but parents are not required to stay.
at Hooper Public Library
FIRST FRIDAY OF EVERY MONTH AT 9:00A.M.
Please join us for a cup of coffee (or water) and a treat. Browse and check out books, movies, magazines, play cards and/or just enjoy some
Premium Coffee Provided by
Scooter’s of Fremont
Fri. Jan. 2nd – Coffee Corner 9:00 a.m.
Tue. Jan 6th – Board Meeting 6:00 p.m.
Mon. Jan. 19th – Bookenders Book Club 6:30 p.m.
Book choice: The Stuff Of Love by Dianne Crawford
Fri. Jan. 30th – Story time 10:00 a.m.
HOOPER PUBLIC LIBRARY IS SPONSORING A FOOD DRIVE NOW THROUGH DEC. 22ND
Help us fill beneath our tree with food for the less fortunate. If the you can’t get to the library during open hours use our handy drop box on the North side of the building!
PLEASE CONSIDER BUYING A FEW EXTRA CANNED GOODS OR BOXED FOODS TO BE GIVEN TO THE LOCAL FOOD PANTRY!