Summer reading program has begun

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The Summer Reading Program is underway! If you haven’t already signed up come in and do it today. Activities include self-directed craft projects, a writing workshop, weekly performances, books to keep and lots of fun for all ages.

Information Technology Gateway Training (ITGT)

ITGT is being offered at the Churchill County Library thanks to gigabit broadband internet provided by Churchill County Communications and a Workforce Challenge Grant awarded to the library by the Governor’s Office of Science, Innovation, and Technology earlier this year. A partnership with Western Nevada College (WNC) and Churchill Economic Development Authority (CEDA) completes the package that makes this information technology technician training available. Classes include Microsoft & CompTIA, CISCO Routing and Switching, and Graphic Communication & Web Design. Credits apply toward WNC Certificates of Achievement and Applied Associate of Arts degrees. Contact the Library or WNC for details.

Featured Artist-Hope Wheeler

Join us June 22 from 5-7 p.m. for an artist’s reception with local underwater photographer Hope Wheeler. Hope’s artwork will be on display through July.

Writer’s Workshop

Are you a writer looking for a place to work with like-minded people? The Churchill County Library offers a Writer’s Workshop lead by Sara Dowling. Meetings are every Tuesday from 5-7 p.m. at the library. All writers on all levels are welcome to participate.


Storytime is held each Wednesday and Thursday at 11 a.m. Join us for stories, songs, a craft, and valuable tips to help your child get ready to read.

New and Noteworthy

The library has all the newest books as well as dvds and downloadable titles. Of note:

“They May Not Mean To, But They Do” by Cathleen Schine — A funny novel about aging, family, loneliness, and love.

“Paper: Paging Through History” by Mark Kurlansky — The author of Salt and Cod brings you a book detailing the history of paper.

“Grunt: The Curious Science of Humans at War” by Mary Roach — This book tackles the science behind some of a soldiers’ most challenging adversaries including panic, heat, exhaustion, and noise and introduces us to the scientists who seek to conquer them.

Library Location

The Library is located at 553 S. Maine St., and

Carol Lloyd is the director of the Churchill County Library. She is available at the library or by email at


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