Riders on the Ophan Train

Coming to Superior on August 30th,  3:00 PM. Place to be announced. This is a multimedia presentation on the Orphan Trains and their Young Riders.

Best Choice UPC seals

The library is saving UPC seals from the Best Choice products.  Any UPC seals that you would like to donate can be put in a bag and dropped off in the book drop, bring them inside, or anywhere else you find us. These are then turned in for money we can use at the library.  Thank- you.


New Year’s Noon Party for children 3rd – 6th grade.
December 31, 2016
10:00 AM – Noon

Activities, games, food and noise makers.  Ball drops at Noon.

Library will be closed Saturday morning for party.

Library is Looking For:

Teddy Bears wanted




If you have any animals that you would like to donate drop them off at the Library or you can put them in the book drop if we are not open.  This is going to be a craft program for children 5th grade through 12th.
Thank you for any donation you can give.
449 N. Kansas  – Book drop is in the alley.

Cakes at the Library

The Elementary Art Program met at the Library Wednesday to decorate cakes.  Had a lot of fun, and found a few sticky door handles.  Next months 100_0475program will be held  at the school.

End of Summer Reading

Check out the picture from the summer reading group.  Had a great year with 1,049 hours being read in 5 weeks.DSCF1610

Author Visit

DSCF1621Here is John Kalkowski signing books at the library after he told us the process he went through to write his book Red Cell.  Everyone enjoyed his talk, and will be waiting for his 3rd book to come out.

Book Sale

BOOK SALEWe will be having  our book sale for only 2 days.  Mark your calendars.

John Kalkowski -book signing

red cell coverJuly 14th  –   7:00 p.m.  – Superior Library * 449 N. Kansas * Superior, NE

John Kalkowski is an Omaha Middle School English teacher who in his spare time writes action-infused young adult books. He will be here to talk about his books, how to create boy readers, answer any questions, and sign books. There will be books at the library to buy.

Two autographed copies will be given away. Sign up for your chance to win during the program.

Summer Reading Program Get Ready To Start

SloganSign up for the  Summer Reading program is under way.  Any child ages 4 years through 6th grade are encouraged to sign up.  NEW this year is the adult reading program. No programs you have to come to, just read and record your time.  Challenge your children or grandchildren.  First 30 adults to sign up receives a book bag.

Children’s programs start June 1st from 2 – 3 p.m.
Children grades 3-6 can also sign up for Art Club.
For more information on any of this, call 402 879-4200 or stop in, 449 N. Kansas, Superior.