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Friday, July 20 will be the last 2018 Summer Reading Program! We will have prize drawings for the Kindles (must be present to win) and the book-prize packages (winners who are not present will be contacted). We will have our … Continue reading
TEEN SUMMER ACTIVITY DAY July 18, 2018 2:00-3:30 PM All area youth, ages 12-18, are invited. Activities will feature a STEM engineering challenge, more fun with Ozobots, games, and refreshments. Bring a friend and come join the fun. For more … Continue reading
Didn’t turn in your June 15 summer reading log yet? No worries … Bring it in as soon as possible. You can still get your prize if you did your reading!
The AF Library recently partnered with the American Falls High School Senior Project Program and Spanish classes to present El día de los niños/El día de los libros (Children’s Day/Book Day), a multicultural celebration of children, families, and reading. Senior, Emilia Carrillo, as part of her Senior project, took the lead in planning the event. Under the direction of Spanish teacher Hailey Lusk, Emilia enlisted the help of classmates to present a funfilled evening where families enjoyed crafts, snacks, story times, games and a chance to win raffle prizes. Each family got to choose a free book to take home, made possible through a program from the Idaho Commission for Libraries.
Registration Begins May 31st. 1st Program is June 13, 2018 from 2-4 PM. More details coming soon!
The Summer Reading program starts Friday June 15th at 1:00. Not registered yet? You have until June 22 to register. Registration begins May 31st Click HERE for more information
“The Year of Miss Agnes” by Kirkpatrick Hill April 2018
On Wednesday, April 25th from 5:30-6:30 pm, the AF Library will join libraries from across the country in celebrating El día de los niños/El día de los libros (Children’s Day/Book Day), often known as Día. Founded by children’s book author … Continue reading
Area teens ages 12 – 18 recently submitted completed tournament brackets for the AF library’s “March Book Madness” Contest. The tournament began with 16 popular young adult and Jr. Fiction book characters. Teens voted in four rounds of competition to … Continue reading