Celebrate the value and contributions of libraries during National Library Week (April 10-16). This year’s theme is Libraries Transform.
On Wednesday, March 2nd, the County Library hosted a Homeschool Dr. Seuss program in honor of Read Across America. Participants were treated to Dr. Seuss stories, fun activities, and a snack. There was even a photo booth!
March marks the beginning of Women’s History Month. During this time, the contributions of women to society and history are recognized. To learn more, visit one of the following sites:
Library Lovers' Month is a month-long celebration of school, public, and private libraries of all sizes. This is a time for everyone, especially library support groups, to recognize the value of libraries and to work to assure that the Nation's libraries will continue to serve.
Love is in the air! Just in time for Valentine’s Day, we present ten of our favorite romance novels for teen readers.
February marks the beginning of Black History Month. During this time, the contributions and achievements of African Americans are recognized. Throughout the month, many students will be assigned projects on important events and historical figures.
Lunar New Year, also known as Spring Festival, is a holiday that is celebrated in many countries across Asia at the beginning of the lunar cycle, typically the middle of January or early February. The holiday is celebrated for 15 days with family gatherings, special meals and fireworks. Each co
On Wednesday, January 20th, the County Library hosted a Frozen themed craft program and parade! Children ages 3 to 7 came dressed as their favorite Frozen character! Participants made crowns and antlers, then paraded around the library to the song "Let it Go!".
The County Library kicked off an exciting year of programs with Countdown to Noon on December 31st. Children were invited to create a hat and noise makers for the party! After the craft, we played a variety of fun games and enjoyed sweets.