Congrats to our National Library Week drawing winners!
Colten Gifford was our kids winner, Jaden King, our teen winner and Heather Hicks our adult winner. Colten said on his entry form about the library: “I can get whatever book I want and read it and just bring it back and I don’t have to pay, and the library has good books.”
Heartland Investment Club Informational Meeting
Looking to invest for the future, make some money or learn about investing in general? Join us in a presentation and question and answer session with Heartland Investment Club.
This program is for all ages, young or old, looking to start investing or to expand their knowledge in investing. Please join us, and have your questions ready! This program will be on Monday, April 29, at 6 p.m. in the meeting room of the library. Everyone is invited!
Coffee & Movie:
Stop in for a cup of coffee and a great movie on Wednesday, May 4 at 10:30 a.m. in the meeting room of the library.
In celebration of Mother’s Day, we’d like to celebrate all types of mothers. Each mother that attends receives a flower. Take a break with your mom and watch Stepmom with us!
Pinterest: What is it?
On Thursday May 9 at 6:30p.m. in the meeting room of the Library, Sarah Boatright will be with us to discuss what Pinterest is.
If you have ever wondered where people get those amazing craft ideas or wondered what Pinterest is, this is the program to attend!
Sarah will explain what Pinterest is, how to use it, and even show some of the great crafts and foods she has made as a result of Pinterest!
Pop Tabs for Ronald McDonald
We need your help! We are collecting pop tabs to give to Ronald when he visits this summer on July 29. We need your help in collecting and donating those pop tabs.
Stop by the circulation desk to pick up a Ronald McDonald house of your own and bring it back when Ronald visits!
Help us help the children and all the hard workers at Ronald McDonald houses, which benefit seriously ill children and their families.
No Toddler & Twos
Storytime on April 30
Youth Services Librarian Phyllis Peter will be attending the “Kids First” Conference for Children’s Librarians in Des Moines.