“A library card is the start of a lifelong adventure,” Author Lilian Jackson Braun.
If you have a card you already know this to be true. The adventure that is the library comes in all sizes and shapes; from books and story times to magazines and movies.
And the library has something for all age groups; from the youngster to the oldster and everyone in between.
You can experience the library adventure in person six days a week at the physical building or access the library 24/7 via the website at www.churchillcountylibrary.org. Materials can be checked out in person and downloaded remotely.
Databases, magazines, films, e-books, audiobooks, and magazine articles can be accessed for informational or educational purposes. Internet computers are available or bring your own devise and tap into our Wi-Fi.
Not exactly sure of what we have, what you’re looking for or how to find it? No worries. We aim to make your library adventure fun.
Knowledgeable and enthusiastic staff are available to help you navigate the available resources. We want to show you what we have and get you what you want. It is why we are here.
And best of all … there is no charge for a library card. So if you don’t have a library card, come in and apply for one today.
If you have a card and haven’t used it for a while, come in and bring it up to date. If you don’t have a library card, come in and get a card and let the adventure begin.
Special events this month include:
The library offers story time every Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. The program includes books, stories, and a craft.
Teddy Bear Tea
Join us March 31 through April 4 from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. for these self-directed Teddy Bear related activities:
The Teddy Bear Tea Party will be held April 5 at 1 p.m.. Bring your bear and join your friends for tea and a special treat.
Spring Basket Silent Auction
Create a basket on the theme of your choice; gardening, your business, food, flowers, or whatever strikes your fancy.
Deliver it to the library between Monday, March 10 and Monday, April 7. It will be displayed in the library with a card identifying you as the donor.
All baskets will be sold in a silent auction, which started Monday. Bidding will close at 3 p.m. on Thursday, April 10. This event is sponsored by the Churchill Library Association and benefits the library.
Carol Lloyd is the Director of the Churchill County Library. She is available at the Library and by email at email@example.com.