wilson's blog

8/25/20 Census Help Available

Need help doing your Census? Stop by the library today (Aug. 25th, 1 to 6pm), Thursday (Aug. 27th, 1 to 6pm), or Saturday (Aug. 29th, 9 to 11am) and in 10 minutes you could have it finished. The census response representatives help people complete the census on a 2020 Census tablet or on their own device, while practicing state and local social distancing protocols.

7/21/20 Summer Reading Program

Our summer reading program, “Can’t Stop Summer Fun” is going strong this year.   We had 43 take part in the fun the first week.  The book was "Elephants Guide to Hide and Seek" by Kjersten Hayes.  The story told us that elephants are great at many things...playing hide-and-seek is not one of them. The book offers sympathy, support and superior hiding solutions to elephants who long to overcome their size disadvantage when playing hide-and-seek.

6/25/2020 - Gently Used Book Sale

Gently Used Book Sale....$2.00 a Bag Full!
We have an abundance of wonderful, gently used books right now, especially children's, both chapter books and picture books. For the month of July you can take home as many books as you can fit in a bag (like the one in the picture) for just $2.00. Need a book for the beach? Going on a trip? Stop in and get a bag full today.

6/9/2020 Plant a Seed

               There is a new display up at the Library.  “Plant a Seed, See What Grows” is the title of it.  The display has a variety of gardening books available to check out,  and we also planted a “seed” of kindness.  Stop in and see what has grown from that!  We are fully open our regular hours now, and are once again able to place reserves on books from other libraries.   This week email notices telling you that your items are due, and hold notices telling you something is in for you, should start being sent out as well.  Slowly service is returning to normal.


Subscribe to RSS - wilson's blog