Monday and Thursday after school we have Reading All-Stars to help elementary school children develop their reading skills by reading to volunteers.
Join us every Tuesday after school (4:30 - 5:30) for Lego Tuesday. For ages 1st grade and up.
Preschool Story Time will be coming in the new year on Saturday mornings from 10-10:30am.
On Wednesdays at 1:00pm we are having a Spinning Yarns group where you can bring yarn work and visit or talk about books.
Monday and Thursday after school we have Reading All-Stars where you can come and let elementary age students read to you. Accepting Volunteers!
Senior Exercise on Monday and Wednesday at 10am
Thursday Morning Coffee at 9am
Need Facebook help? Stop in and ask one of our librarians! Every couple of months we will be offering a class, provided interest has been expressed for it.
These pictures are taken from children's and teen's events throughout the year.
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November 28th: Closed for Thanksgiving/Hanukkah
December 24th: Open 9am-Noon for Christmas Eve
December 25th: Closed for Christmas Day
December 31st: Open 9am-Noon for New Year's Eve
January 1st: Closed for New Year's Day
More than a just a place where people live, our community is unique and vibrant. This community is home to friends and neighbors, people who contribute to the excellent quality of life. But its not just the people, but also the government, the businesses, the schools, and the activities that make us a great place to live or visit. We are proud to call this our home.
Site of the Month - Play Google Pacman!
Quote of the Month - “A truly great library contains something in it to offend everyone.” ― Jo Goodwin
*About the Artist* Pat Albright is a Lake City native. She has been displayed and won awards at the Iowa State Fair Photography Salon and Clay County Fair. Her photos appear in numerous local publications as well as in articles and photos in "Our Iowa" magazine. Pat and her husband, Bill, reside on 40 acres near Lake City.
Presented by the Friends of the Library