Eight young wizards attended Harry Potter Book Night at Schuyler Public Library on Feb. 6. The group played Dragon Egg Volleyball, made Hedwigs, played Harry Potter Would You Rather, and took a Triwizard Trivia Test. Reagan Zavadil proved to have the most knowledge of Harry Potter, getting a perfect score on the trivia test.
Be sure to stop in and build something creative with the library’s new STEAM supplies. Just use your imagination, display your creation, and leave the materials for the next person. Cody Garland was busy this week building the Eiffel Tower with the Architectural Engineering kit.
Hey Kids–we have black paper and colored chalk-the perfect combination to create a bright snowman. Stop in soon. It’s fun AND messy!
Hey kids-stop in during Christmas break to build this cute paper roll snowman to take home.
Supplies are in the Children’s Library!
Schuyler Public Library recently received a book from Larry F. Carter of Omaha. He is the great-great grandson of early Schuyler resident George Sprecher. The book, “…in love and fidelity, George Sprecher”, contains Civil War letters Sprecher wrote to his wife, Sarah Ann, while he served in the Union Army. In 1872, Sprecher and his wife moved to Schuyler, where they lived out the rest of their lives. It is a very interesting book, and I hope history buffs will pick it up. We are grateful to Carter for this wonderful addition to our library!
Stop in and use the library’s computers to apply online.