It must be spring for activities have increased and things are happening.
Preparations and plans are underway are to celebrate National Library Month in April. It will include an open house to allow the public to see the changes that have taken place in the library during the past year. The public will be invited.
Illness has caused several board members to be unable to continue their usual duties this past month. Volunteers are needed. If anyone has a few hours a week to spare your help would be greatly appreciated.
Volunteers are also needed for the Summer Reading Program.
Contact the library if interested. Drop in for there is always something to be done and a variety of new books to read. Library hours are Tuesday and Thursday 10 AM to 5 PM. Saturday 10 AM to 1 PM
Suggestions for the betterment of the Library are always welcomed.
Story hour continues to be a highlight of the week. It is Tuesday morning beginning at 10:30 with Miss Pollyanna bringing the books to life. We encourage you to bring your child for fun and adventure. What an opportunity to introduce your child to the library and the experience of reading, and hearing of new adventures from a book. It can only have a positive effect in their future.
Prairie Community Library will be closed on Saturday April 4, for the Easter weekend. That way everyone can attend the Easter egg hunts.
For all you Karen Kingsbury fans, the library has gotten in two new books. One book is “Gideon's Gift” which is the touching story of a little girl who crosses paths with a homeless man. The other book is “Maggie's Miracles” which is a story of a boy holding on to a precious dream, a disillusioned woman, a man looking for meaning-and a decades-old promise only heaven can fill. Come in and check them out.