|National Library Week: Libraries Lead|
Comment here or on our Facebook page. If we have led you somewhere, or to something, let us know.
We want to hear what you have to say because "Libraries Lead" is the theme of National Library Week, April 8-14, 2018. We want to be an integral part of our community.
Are we leading? Or are we following?
In an effort to lead you back to the library, we are offering to let patrons work off their fines. We want you to use your local library and we don't want fines to be an impediment!
During the month of April, you can come by the library and read off your fines ($1 per hour spent reading in the library) or you can check out and return books ($1 per book.)
Why this elaborate plan? It takes several weeks and some practice to develop a new habit. We want that habit to be visiting your public library.
Whatever entertains you--music, film, magazines, books--we can probably find it at your library.
Learn something new...learn to play chess on the first Saturday in Lebanon or learn to crochet every Thursday (Lebanon) or Friday (Honaker.)
Or just have fun with science! Mad Science for Adults (and youth) will blasting rockets and creating explosions April 9, 3-5 p.m., at Honaker and April 10, 5-7 p.m., at Lebanon.