Sep 17

September Quilt by local artists of class of 2023

Come in to see the newest quilt crafted by the local artists of the Class of 2023!!!

When this class was in 4th Grade, and learning all about the history of our GREAT state – they created this quilt……as many, many 4th grade classes before them have done.   When the then 4th graders become seniors, if they invite Mrs. Grueber to their graduation party they are entered into a drawing of the other classmates to see who will win the quilt.  It is a great tradition.

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Sep 17

Legacy Speaker Series

Join us for a fun filled speaker line up.  Sponsored by the Humanities Nebraska Speakers Bureau!

Begins this Monday, Sept. 19th at 630pm




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Sep 10

New Movies @ your library

Here are a few of the movies recently added to our collection.  Some are new…most are new to us.  Some of them were books first.   Do you like the movie or the book?


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Aug 27

August Quilt on display

This hand stitched, hand quilted quilt is so pretty! Stop in and see this beauty….Made by the grandmother of Jolene Siebel from Cedar Bluffs

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Aug 27

Blessings Food Pantry donation ideas

Blessings Food Pantry donation ideas:  Donations can be dropped off at  any of the three churches in North Bend, or at the library.

Most pressing needs for this week :


Feminine hygiene products

Diapers in all sizes and wipes

Laundry detergent


Other suggestions include: canned chicken & meal helpers, ramen noodles, instant potatoes, mayo, fruit juice, cereal, shampoo, conditioner, canned fruit, laundry detergent, toilet paper, peanut butter, jelly, easy mac, easy items for kids to make without adult supervision.

Thank you

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Aug 27

Library closing at 130pm on Saturday 8/27

The library will close at 130pm on Saturday, 8/27.

Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause – Amy

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Aug 12

Conversations with US project

Small talk and short answers are easy.  What about real questions that make a person think and real answers?  Chris Register, living in Houston, TX, stopped in the library on Thursday, August 11th for a Conversation and real answers.  He is riding across the country, to learn and grow and listen.  Click HERE for more information about the questions he asks about our great country and some of the answers from sea to shinning sea.

An excerpt from his web site,  I decided to take a break from a professional career and a reliable daily shower in order to finish something I started years ago: the Conversations with US project. Now, fueled by curiosity and chocolate milkshakes, I’m pedaling my 102-lb rig across the country for stretches of six weeks and 1,900 miles at the time as I explore the cultural and geographical richness of the United States.  I’m thrilled to have you along for the ride.


Above:  Chris with Amy Reznicek


Chris meeting new friends at the library.

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Jul 28

July Quilt on Display

Stop in and see this beautiful hand embroidered and hand quilted quilt created by Doris Krepel.  It is really stunning and a showcase in patience and talent.

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Jul 21

In case you missed it! Kleinberg video visit to the library

In case you missed the event with Mr. Milton Kleinberg, holocaust survivor, at our library in June….here is a link to his presentation that evening.  Click HERE to view his presentation.

Also, here is a link to his web site – which I find very interesting…And you can purchase his book from his site.  His book is titled-Bread or Death , Memories of my Childhood .

The library also has a copy of his book available for check out.


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Jul 21

A BIG Thank you for help with the SRP

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The Summer Reading Program is a success because of many people donating their time as readers, talents by making treats to share and energy by faithfully reading to their kids, bringing their kids to the events and supporting the program.  Thank you so much!  It takes a village…


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