Jan 23

This Week at Meade Public Library

Join us for Story Time on Tuesday, January 26, at 10:00 a.m. as Gerri reads books and has activities about “Snowflakes.”

Several of our patrons have been reading away on the 2016 Library Challenge.  We invite you to participate in this year-long reading adventure.  Click on the link above to find out more.

We are displaying the train collection belonging to Will Friesen through mid-February.  Stop by the library and take a look at this fun and historical display.

Jan 20

Enter this Contest!

We have the opportunity to win a free visit from author, Jan Brett.   The library that has the most parents, teachers, friends or supporters who enter the contest will win a free library visit from Jan Brett during the 2016-2017 school year.  The contest ends April 4, 2016.  Other prizes available are Janet Brett books and posters.  

Jan Brett is an American illustrator and writer of children’s picture books. She is known for colorful, detailed depictions of a wide variety of animals and human cultures ranging from Scandinavia to Africa.  

Follow this link to sign up in the contest:  http://www.janbrett.com/index.html

Jan 18

Story Time

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Titus, Nathan, Ana and Samson show off their confetti snowmen.

Join us for Story Time on Tuesday, January 18, at 10:00 a.m. as Gerri continues to tell stories about Snow and Winter.

We also invite you to take part in the 2016 Library Challenge — 49 books in a year.  Just ask any staff member how you can get started.

Dec 22

Merry Christmas!

The Staff and Board of Trustees of the Meade Public Library would like to wish each and everyone of you a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!  We’re very excited about the upcoming year and hope you will be a part of the many activities we have going on at the library.

We will be closed on the following dates for Christmas and New Years:
December 24-26 (Thursday thru Saturday)
December 31-January 2 (Thursday thru Saturday)

Story Time will resume on Tuesday,  January 5.

We also encourage you to click on the “Library Challenge” link above.  We’re excited about this year-long reading program, and hope you’ll join the staff in reading this year.

Nov 25

Closed for Thanksgiving

We will be closed on Thursday, Friday and Saturday (November 26, 27, 28) for the Thanksgiving weekend.  We hope each of you has a very nice holiday weekend.

Join us next week for Story Time on Tuesday (December 1) at 10:00 a.m.

We have found a pair of prescription glasses in the library.  The frames appear to be for a young girl and are reddish plastic and rectangular.  They were found by the children’s computers November 24.  Even though we are not open, if you are missing the glasses, please give Audrey (873-2654) or Janette (873-2978) a phone call, and we’ll meet you at the library.

 

 

 

 

Nov 16

For the Pre-Schoolers

isyourmamaalamaThanksgiving is the theme of November for Pre-School Story Time.  Gerri will read books about  Thanksgiving Turkey on the 17th.  Then, on the 24th, she will be reading stories about Pilgrims.  As always, there will be fun activities and crafts for the little ones.  Story Time takes place every Tuesday at 10:00 a.m.

The Pre-School and KinderPrep classes from Meade Grade School will be joining us on Wednesday to visit the library.  This is “Kansas Reads to Pre-Schoolers Week,” so we will read the book Is Your Mama a Llama? by Deborah Guarino.  This is the Kansas State Book for the year 2015, chosen to celebrate the importance of reading in the lives of young Kansans.

Nov 02

Author to Visit Meade Public Library

Meade Public Library will be hosting the author, Samuel Hall, at our library this coming Saturday afternoon (November 7) at 2:00 p.m.  Samuel Hall has roots in the Oklahoma Panhandle, and he will be discussing his debut book Daughter of the Cimarron.  This is the fictionalized tale of his mother as she and her husband went from ragtime to breadlines, from the silent cities and melancholy towns to a dugout overlooking the Cimarron Canyon, from brokenness to strength.  This book is Christian Fiction.  Refreshments will be served following his presentation.  Plains Community Library is a co-sponsor of this event.

Take a look at Samuel Hall’s website to learn a little more:   Samuel Hall 

Other events taking place this week are:  Story Time on Tuesday morning (November 3) at 10:00 a.m.  The theme of the day is “Scarecrows.”  Join us for fun stories, activities and crafts — all about scarecrows.

 

 

 

Oct 19

This Week at the Library

We have a busy week planned at the library.  Come and join us.

Tuesday at 10:00 a.m. is Story Time for the pre-schoolers.   Gerri has some good stories and activities about “Pumpkins” planned and a really fun craft project the little ones are sure to enjoy.

Thursday, after school, is the Snack Break.  Come and enjoy a cookie and drink.

Our fourth TALK book will be discussed on Saturday, October 24.  The book is Good Land by Bruce Bair.  The book discussion will take place at 2:00 p.m. in the library.

We look forward to seeing you at the library!

Oct 17

TALK Cancelled

The TALK Book Discussion scheduled for October 17 at 1:00 p.m. (Nathan Coulter by Wendell Berry) has been cancelled.  The discussion leader was in an accident and is unable to make it.  At this point, the discussion will not be rescheduled.  The discussion for next week (Good Land by Bruce Bair) will be held as scheduled.

Oct 13

Help Wanted at the Library

Meade Public Library is taking applications for an Assistant Clerk position until November 1, 2015.  The person who fills this position must be flexible in regards to scheduling and will be working with all age groups.  Weekly hours will be about 8-16 hours per week.  Applications and Job Requirements may be picked up at Meade Public Library, 104 E. West Plains, Meade.

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