Junior Duck Stamp Art Contest:Top 100 is currently on display in the library.
This amazing collection of art, produced by students from Missouri, can be viewed from 2-25-14 thru 3-8-14
We are currently accepting donations of
books and audio-visual items for our book sale.
- We will accept books and audio-visual items that are in good condition.
- Please do not bring in items that are damaged, missing pages, have a musty smell or are otherwise noticeably flawed.
- We will NOT accept Encyclopedias, textbooks, pamphlets, VHS, or magazines.
The book sale will be April 25th and 26th, during regular library hours.
There are no special preview days or hours.
Make sure during times of inclement weather to call for verification that we are open.
Reading is good. Reading is important. Reading sparks creativity and a willingness to think in new directions. It keeps our brains from turning to mush and even helps us discover what we don’t know about ourselves. Reading is especially important for teens. Every book they read shapes their mindset and their future – we help them see how that is possible. In a time of overwhelming technology and mindless entertainment, we want to get books into the hands of young adults based on what they love and are passionate about, in the hope that they will become active readers and find sanctuary in the limitless sotreis and ideas found in literature. – Burning Through Pages