You can’t judge a book by its cover.
We’d like to fix you up on a blind date with a book!
Books in brown paper wrappings are available, only a few descriptive adjectives are used to help you guide your choice.
2:00 Monday, June 17, Leona Breedon Smoky Hills Public Television Storyteller
10:00 Monday, June 24, Derrick Brockâ€™s Mad Science
Arts and Crafts. . . .Â . . . . Thursdays at 11:00 (May 30 â€“ June 20)
Everyday!Â Find the Reading Bear, tell us what he is reading, and earn treats!
Sara Richter leads discussion of Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Farmer Boy on Saturday, March 16. All are invited. Since food was so important to Almanzo, we will have a potluck lunch as we try to experience foods mentioned in the books. No Betty Crocker!
This talk made possible by the Kansas Humanities Council.
Please stay home and stay safe, we hope to see you tomorrow!
Art Classes Beginning
Art Classes with Joy Haggard will begin at 2:00 onÂ Friday, January 11, at the library, for artists age 12 and older. Classes are free and projects will be completed weekly, so having to miss a session or two will not cause any problems. Joy asks that artists bring oil pastels (at least eight colors) and pastel paper in a size to suit. For watercolors, bring at least three brushes (large, fine and other) and water color paper. Please, NO office paper!