On Display

See What’s Going On!

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The Used-Book Sale continues through March 18.  (It will then be time to get the Pinnick Room ready for a spring time display as well as Summer Reading.) We’re trying something different this time, selling books by the pound — $1.00 per pound.

At the bottom of this post is a coupon you can use for purchases this week at the Used-Book Sale.  All VHS Videos have been reduced to 25¢ each.

In our display case this month is a collection of “Angels” belonging to our director, Audrey Flowers.  It’s a very nice collection, so please stop in and take a look.

Dr. Seuss’s Birthday

February Happenings

Image result for used book salesThe Used-Book Sale is out now, so come in and see what we have.  We’re trying something different this time, selling books by the pound — $1.00 per pound.  If you buy less than a pound, it will still be 25¢ a book.

Story Time:  Join Gerri for Story Time on February 21 at 10:00 a.m.  Her theme for the month is “On the Farm.”

In our display case this month is “Celebrating the 150th Birthday of Laura Ingalls Wilder.”

Famous Kansans

Image result for kansas clip artTo commemorate Kansas Day, the Seventh Grade Social Studies class at Meade Junior High will be displaying their posters of Famous Kansans.  Their teacher is Stacy Cordes.  You can see their awesome posters through the month of January.

Kansas Day is on January 29, and Kansas will be celebrating its 156th birthday this year.

Build a Space Colony

Family Fun Night – Exploring the Planets

Holiday Closings

Image result for merry christmas and happy new year creative commonsThe library will be closed on the following days during this holiday season.
Christmas:  We will close on December 24 and 26 (Saturday and Monday)
New Years:  We will close on December 31 and January 2 (Saturday and Monday)

Make sure and have plenty of reading and viewing materials to get you through these long weekends!

Our Night Sky Presentation

Explore Space Exhibit

We’ve had several really great programs revolving around the “Explore Space” exhibit.  It’s been exciting to see kids from Meade and from other communities enjoy learning about space.  Thanks goes to Meade Grade School for sending out fliers to all of their students to let them know


what’s going on at Meade Public Library.


Cheryle Shelton takes a look at the super moon through one of the telescopes available at “Stargazing with Steve Andrews” at the Meade Golf Course.


The documentary “Journey to Space” told us about the future of space travel.


“Living in Space” presented by the Kansas Cosmosphere representative Chuck McClary–shown here with our director.


Audrey Flowers with her capable assistant Emily cooks up a comet in “Comet Chef.”