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The Hesston Public Library has lots of activities planned for this fall and winter. We hope to see you at one or all of them!
The Hesston Public Library will be CLOSED on Thursday, October 20, 2016 so that all staff may attend the Kansas Library Association annual conference.
The library will re-open on Friday, October 21st at 9 AM.
Get your heart racing on Tuesday, July 19th. We some stories that will scare your socks off…
Learn how to apply monster and spooky theater makeup like the pros!
And yes, there will be FOOD.
Our summer reading program is in full swing. Here’s everything you need to know.
In general, kids’ activities are at 10 AM Tu-Th: Tuesdays for 9-11 year-olds, Wednesdays for 0-4 year-olds, and Thursdays for 5-8 year-olds. Teens have special events throughout the summer. Participants of all ages can read toward personal goals or travel the BookWalks at Dyck Arboretum.
The Hesston Public Library Board of Trustees sponsor today at the library in honor of Director Libby Albers, who recently completed her Master of Library Science degree through Emporia State University’s School of Library and Information Management (SLIM).
Please join us in congratulating her. Great work, Libby!
The Library Board developed the Day Sponsor idea in 2012 as a way of helping the library “go the extra mile.” The library’s tax revenues support regular operations, but day sponsorships allow the library to go above and beyond in the areas of collections, programming and technology.
Honorees are recognized at the library, online, and in the local newspaper, and at a small reception at the library. Day Sponsors also receive recognition through collection items in the library being designated in honor of the celebrated event/person/organization.
Contact the library if you would like to sponsor a day at the library!
Reactions and recovery may take many forms. Please let us help connect you with
stories and information during this challenging time.
We have stories to help discuss:
Reserve your copy of the current book selection for Guys Read: The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian by Sherman Alexie for the next meeting on February 29th at 7:00 PM.
“Guys Read” is a monthly book discussion group geared toward guys in grades 5-8 and young professionals. The program is developed to help boys become self-motivated, lifelong readers by helping them find books they want to read and introducing the participants to male reading role models from around the community.