Join Friends of the Library today! Cost is $10 for individual, $20 for family, and $25 for businesses or clubs. By joining Friends you show your support for the library! Just a few things Friends of the Library has done is purchased folding chairs and a popcorn popper, donated $1,000 to purchase books, donated $500 for the summer reading program and $500 for LET, and the list goes on. So please stop by today and become a Friend!
Join us on March 1st at 6:30 PM as local author Dan Ferguson signs copies of his new book, “Grace’s Mirror: Healing for Perfectionists.” Dan takes you on a journey to search for a mirror that will make the perfectionist happy. He offers sound Biblical and psychological advice, leading the perfectionist to healing and recovery.
If you have an overdue fine you can eliminate it and help someone in the community all at the same time. Bring in non-perishable food items to donate to the Ministerial Alliance Christmas Food Drive and we’ll take $1.00 off per item for any fine you owe. This does not apply to books or DVDs that have been lost or damaged. We are also a drop off for all donations of food and new toys you wish to donate. All items must be in by December 18th.
Why is it important to read to very young children?
Developing literacy skills begins at birth and continues throughout the toddler and pre-school years. The best way to ensure a child has the skills necessary to learn to read is having someone read aloud to them.
So we have started the program 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten! It’s a fun, exciting, and free way to start your child racing to success! Any child age 0-5, who hasn’t started kindergarten, can participate. Stop by the library to sign up.