The Library is open to the public in accordance with Stage 3 of Governor Little’s Stay Healthy Order( 2/2). Face masks are appreciated and social distancing is required. Please keep visits brief (30 minutes or less). Faxing, copying, and printing are available but computer use( other that brief business) and use of the Community Room is still unavailable. The toys and backpacks are still off limits and small children must remain with an adult at all times.
We are sorry for any inconvenience these limitations might cause. We appreciate your cooperation and would love to see you in the Library.
In-person Storytime and Kids’ Club programs have resumed. Storytime is Tuesday and Thursday at 10:30 and Kids’ Club is Wednesdays at 3:30.
Curbside pickup is still available for those who prefer that option.
Please call 208-226-2335 if you have any questions.
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Many of you have asked if we are having a “normal” Summer Reading Program this year. The answer is YES! We are planning to offer our “normal” program, complete with in-person Friday programs full of stories, crafts, outdoor activities and tons of fun! We hope you will join us.
Registration Will begin May 27 and run through June 19. Reading will begin June 5 and Friday programs begin June 11.
We have a few take-n-make Chia Pet activities left over from Kids’ Club. Drop by the Library and pick one up (while supplies last). Also included in the bag is a 3D viewer. You can play a 3D video on a smartphone and put it in the clip on the front to view. You can find videos on youtube https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=3d+video
For our last Girl’s Book Club of the school year we will be discussing The Night Fairy on April 8th. Registration is required by March 27, so drop by to pick up a book in preparation for this event.
What would happen to a fairy if she lost her wings and could
no longer fly? Flory, a young night fairy no taller than an acorn and still
becoming accustomed to her wings, is about to find out. What she discovers is
that the world is very big and very dangerous. But Flory is fierce and willing
to do whatever it takes to survive. If that means telling others what to do —
like Skuggle, a squirrel ruled by his stomach — so be it. Not every creature,
however, is as willing to bend to Flory’s demands.
Here are some pics from our last Mother/Daughter Book Club: