Youth Services news

The 2021 Youth Fall Programming brochure is now available. Click here.

We still have tickets left for our Ghostbustin' family program on Saturday, Oct. 23 @ 10 am at Mid-Continent Railway Museum in North Freedom. Tickets are required and can be picked up in-person at the Youth Services desk at the library.

Congratulations to our 2021 Scarecrows on Parade winners. In order of appearance of photos... Best Business Award – Community First Bank; Best Book Character Award – Kathy C.; People's Choice Award – Brant family; Most Silliest Award – The Meat Market; Most Creative Award – Big Hand Made (business). Honorable Mentions: #3 at 614 Oak St. and #30 at 550 16th St. We will be doing the Scarecrows on Parade again in September 2022. Thank you to all 27 participating families and businesses. You are so creative!!!

 

We will be offering socially distanced/outside programming for both youth and teens. All youth programs will take place offsite this fall.

The youth services department is open for browsing and resources, though our play area remains closed for the foreseeable future.

All of our programs in 2021 will be held outdoors or other locations (not at the library), due to the library expansion construction project.

The library does not have programming on days that the schools are closed due to inclement weather. Stay safe.