Thanks to the generosity of the Germantown Kernel Nut Club, we have colorful new floor pillows for the children’s area. Our old, much loved ladybug, turtle and alligator were over 20 years old and showing wear. A Nut Club member noticed and offered to request funds from the group to buy new ones. The request was approved, new pillows were ordered and we all love them!
The April election is fast approaching and the library will have 3 open seats on its board of directors. Would you or someone you know be interested in serving a 4 year term on this fun and friendly board? We meet once a month at the library. A candidate for trustee does not have to be a regular library user, but does need to live in the library district (same boundaries as the Germantown Elementary School District). There is a simple form to be completed to show intent to run as a write-in candidate. We have the form available here or you can just go to the county clerk’s office and complete it. FORMS ARE DUE BY FEBRUARY 1! Please consider running for a seat on the board. For more information stop in or call the library at 523-4820 and ask to speak to Director Joan Young. Thanks for considering.
The library will not be open Friday Jan. 13 or Sat. Jan. 14 due to the icy road situation. Please stay home if you can and be safe!
Yes, we are open today with our regular hours, 10am to 4pm. Come on in and find a new book to read on this gloomy, rainy day.
The library will be closed December 24 and 26 so our employees may celebrate Christmas with their families. We wish all patrons a very happy and healthy holiday season with your families and loved ones!
Thanks, Germantown Girl Scouts! These hard working gals held a book drive and donated all the books, magazines and DVDs they collected to the library. Then they spent Saturday morning helping us sort books, check for duplicates on the shelves and in the online catalog and generally learning what happens to a book from the time it comes into the library until it’s ready to go on the shelf. We received many, many great adult, junior and children’s books. The items we couldn’t use will be donated to St. Joseph’s hospital for their annual book sale. But before sending them on to the hospital, the girls and their leaders had some fun building a Christmas tree for the library out of the books! Stop in and see it when you can. It looks very festive and after the holidays, all those books will be donated to the hospital. We thank the girls, their leaders and all who donated books to help our library continue to grow.
The library will close this Thursday, November 24 to celebrate Thanksgiving. May you and yours enjoy a wonderful day surrounded by all the people and things you are most thankful for. We will have regular hours the rest of the weekend.
We had a blast on Thursday celebrating Family Reading Night. Rick Rayburn on the guitar led us all in some funny and LOUD songs and games. The attendance prize basket was won by Sarah. Snacks, books to take home and a good time was had by all.
Thursday, Nov. 17, the library will celebrate Family Reading Night with a kids concert. Bring your favorite stuffed animal and be ready to play and sing along with Rick Rayburn as he entertains with lots of goofy songs and games all about animals! This event begins at 7pm, is fun, free and open to all ages. We’ll have snacks too so please register by calling 523-4820 or email us at email@example.com, so we’ll have plenty of goodies for all.