The census is about to start, on April 1. Expect to get your card by the end of March. For more information, please look at the following webpages.
I think we had fun playing with the Dr. Seuss and Snowman toys for story time.
Story time is on Thursdays at 10am. All children, between birth and 5 years old are encouraged to come. We would also encourage any early elementary home school students to join.
The library will be closed
in observance of
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
We will reopen with regular hours on January 21st at 9am.
I think we had fun while Santa was here December 14, 2019.
Nikki (director of the library in Allen) and Katie had a wonderful time at the North Lyon County Elementary School promoting this years Summer Reading Program.
Any time the USD #251 schools are closed for wintry weather the library will be closed. This also includes ice, blowing snow, blizzard like conditions, and arctic temperatures. This is for the safety of patrons and staff.
Help support your local library. The best way to do so, is to use your library. We have printer, copier, and fax capabilities. We have books for all ages. Come see us to find out what we can do for you!
Libraries transform because libraries make leaders. Learn about the honorary chair for 2018 and ways to support your library by clicking here.
Please reach out to your state and federal representatives, asking them to keep funding for libraries. You can do so by following this link.
Libraries are supported by book mobiles and vans. Help support our library and our book van. Through out the year, we have 1,800 more books to be checked out, without having to buy them.
Learn about National Bookmobile Day by following this link.