1000 Books B4K

National Library Week  (April 13 – 19) The theme this year is “Lives change @ your library” and we hope to do just that with our new program –  1000 Books Before Kindergarten.  The concept is simple.  The rewards are priceless. 1000 Books B4K is an early literacy program used …

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Party!

The Friends of the Library are hosting a Pampered Chef Party Friday, April 4, 2014 11:30-6:00 Lied Imperial Public Library For every $15 you spend, your name will be entered into a drawing. 30% of ALL purchases go directly to the Library Foundation. Free food demos and samples all day! …

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The Friends of the Library are creating a calendar featuring the Volunteers of our Community. Order your calendar now and purchase “Special Days” to acknowledge birthdays and anniversaries. Click Here for more information. Click Here for order form.

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Calendars

The holidays are fast approaching and the Friends of the Library have that perfect gift for everyone on your shopping list.  Order your 2014 Community Volunteer Calendars today as the deadline has been extended until November 25!  Make it even more personal and add “special days” for your loved ones. Stop in or …

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Book Sale

Friends of the Library Annual Previously Enjoyed Book Sale 10:00-6:00, Wednesday, October 23rd 10:00-7:00, Thursday, October 24th 11:00-5:00, Friday, October 25th 10:00-1:00, Saturday, October 26th 10:00-3:00, Monday, October 28th Click Here for more information.

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National Talk like Shakespeare Day

National Talk like Shakespeare Day, April 23rd 2013 is the 449th anniversary of the birth of one William Shakespeare. Come see us at the library for some tips or visit the Nebraska Shakespeare webpage http://www.nebraskashakespeare.com/events/talk-like-shakespeare/how-to-talk-like-shakespeare-1

           National Talk like Shakespeare Day, April 23rd 2013 is the 449th anniversary of the birth of one William Shakespeare.  We do beseech thee all to participate by speaking as Shakespeare, writing a sonnet, reading a play or quoting the Bard.  Let’s not this opportuinty to engage our brains and fire those synapses …

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