We will be open on Saturday, March 26th from 9am-11am and back to business on Monday, March 28th. If you need any boxes we have plenty to share. Thank you for your patience while we made these improvements.
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The library is currently closed to have the carpet replaced. This included removing all of the items from the shelves so the shelves could be moved. Once the carpet is installed and the books are back on the shelves we will re-open. If you have questions feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 618-523-4820.
January 3-8, 2022.Â We are having the interior of the library painted and will offer curbside service for those who would like to check out items.Â Our hours of operation will be 10:00 am-3:30 pm Monday through Friday that week.Â Saturday, January 8th 2022 will have the regular hours of 9:00 am- 11:00 am.Â When you arrive at the library please call 618-523-4820 and library staff will be happy to assist you.Â Items being returned can be placed in the outdoor book drop.Â
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Mark your calendars for Third Thursdays at the Library.Â Each month we will have a story time and do an activity.Â All ages welcome.Â Here are the activities for December and January.Â We hope to see you!!
December 16, 2021 â€“ 6:00-7:00 We will read stories and make a reindeer craft.
January 20, 2022 â€“ 6:00-7:00 We will read stories and make a snowman craft.
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Family Reading Night will be held on Thursday, November 18th from 7-8 pm. We will read stories and have crafts available. Since this is an â€œafter hoursâ€ event we are going to have a pajama party. Wear your comfy jammies and feel free to bring a favorite stuffed toy.
In preparation for this event we are having a reading challenge to go with our theme Reading Colors Your World.Â The challenge is to Read the Rainbow.Â Come by the library to pick up your reading challenge sheet.Â Once it is completed you can bring it back to the library to get a prize.Â You have until the Family Reading Night event to complete the challenge.
1000 BOOKS BEFORE KINDERGARTEN
The Germantown Public Library is participating in the 1000 Books Before Kindergarten program. Some of you may have started this before everything shut down in 2020. If you have completed reading the 1000 books with your child come by the library and they can collect their prize. If you are interested in starting the program stop by to register and get started reading. Everyone who completes the program will get a book and a special reading pillow.
Military and Veteran Services at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville would like to invite you to our virtual MAVRC Book Club! The MAVRC Book Club is free and open to the public. For more information please click on the Book Lover’s Links just above this posting.
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