Yearly Archives: 2014
This month our display case is filled with the colorful projects of our own local 4-H Clovers and Cloverettes. There are photos, scrapbooks and posters depicting their electricity, fashion, photography, food and animal projects. There is also lots of information … Continue reading
Once again, the 4H is presenting a Monster Pillow Workshop here at the library. For only $5 you can choose fabric and trims to make your own unique pillow to take home. The class will be held Saturday, November 1 … Continue reading
Our rotating collection of history panels brings us two awesome 3-dimensional displays for September and October. One panel pertains to the forts and blockhouses of Madison and Bond Counties and the other zeroes in on Hill’s Fort, which is in … Continue reading
Nov. 30 Deadline for Germantown Veterans Project Book The Germantown Historical Society will publish a book containing photos, information, memories and experiences from living and deceased military veterans from Germantown. Veterans from the Korean, Vietnam, Gulf War, Iraq and Afghanistan … Continue reading
Try our new magazine, CardMaker. You can learn how to make all kinds of cards, from thank-you notes to gift tags. There are also articles on stamping, quilling and lots more to personalize your own hand-crafted cards.
September is National Library Card Sign-Up Month. If you’re reading this, you probably already have one. But what about your children, parents, neighbors, friends? Remind everyone about the smartest card in your wallet. Get it. Use it. @ Your Library!
The library will be closed on Monday September 1 for Labor Day.
Girl Scout registration will be held at the library on Thursday, August 28, from 6-8 pm. Call April Kohnen, 795-4003, for more information.
For those patrons who currently use the library’s 3M Cloud eBooks, you’ll be excited to hear about some changes. You can now borrow up to 5 titles at a time and you may keep them for up to 21 days. … Continue reading