It’s National Library Week and we have some special events happening!
April 8 – 22 is our first official book fair with the Children’s Bookstore online program. Click here to shop our book fair. The books will be shipped directly to you and the library will earn 30% of every book sold. You can choose to shop from lists like “Best Books of 2018,” “Award Winning Books,” or “Awesome Middle Readers.” Your purchases will enable the library to buy more children’s books for the children’s section.
April 10 is Library Giving Day. This one-day fundraising event will occur across the nation to encourage patrons and library lovers to make a gift to their individual library system. This campaign reminds us that libraries, small and large, serve as a cornerstone for our communities. Beyond well-loved books, many libraries offer innovative programs that promote lifelong learning, connect patrons to technology, and advance knowledge. As we are not set up for online giving, donations can be made out to the Stromsburg Library Foundation and dropped off at the library or Cornerstone Bank.
The Stromsburg Library Foundation helps the Stromsburg Library offer programs and build resources for patrons of all ages while helping us better serve the needs of our community. The Foundation does this by securing and managing donations from the community to support the Library beyond what public funding provides. Thank you for your support!
If you would be interested in being involved with either the Library Foundation or the Friends of the Library group, please let Monica know.
April 9 @ 6:30 pm David Haggedone will be sharing his vast knowledge of ukuleles from the history of the instrument to the art of playing it. David will teach participants simple chords and I’m sure there will be a singalong!