Join us for Summer Story Hour for ages five and under. The theme is “Oceans of Possibilities” with stories, singing, games, and crafts! Sessions are Friday June 24, Friday July 8, Friday July 22, and Friday August 5, from 10:00 AM until 11:15 AM. Please call the Library ahead of time to let us know if your children will be attending so we can plan accordingly. Remember, children 3 or under must be attended by an adult. Thank you to the Rugby Public Schools’ Comprehensive Litaracy Grant Committee and volunteers!
The summer reading program is under way for grades K through 6th! Remaining sessions are Friday, June 17 and 24, and Friday July 8. All sessions are 2-3 PM at the library.
North Dakota State Park passes available at the library for checkout!
These are provided by the North Dakota State Library and the North Dakota Parks and Recreation Department. Each pass provides daily vehicle access to any state park. They may be checked out for one week at a time and they are renewable, unless they have been reserved.
New titles in Fiction include The Shore by Katie Runde, Two Nights in Lisbon by Chris Pavone, The Dictionary of Lost Words by Pip Williams, and The Bloomsbury Girls by Natalie Jenner, and The Memory Keeper of Kyiv by Erin Litteken.
New titles in Junior Fiction include Please Do Not Feed the Human by Rys Evans and The First Cat in Space Ate Pizza by Mac Barnett.
New titles in Junior Easy Fiction include Roar at the Zoo! by Thea Feldman and Neck & Neck by Elise Parsley.
If you are interested in using the Advantage Preservation – Pierce County Tribune website, but missed the information session, stop by the library to pick up an information sheet.
Learn more about the history of transportation in North Dakota from ND State Library’s Kit Keeper program, up through June 25. It includes a panel telling about the history of transportation in North Dakota. It also includes books on transportation history in the state and a few travel books on North Dakota. Take a look for some road trip ideas within our great state!
To sign up for a “Library Card” stop by the Library! You can check out books, magazines, and dvds. You will also have access to our online catalog of e-books!
Did you know you can sign up online for a library card from the North Dakota State Library? Visit their website http://www.library.nd.gov/ It is free and you will have access to their book collection plus numerous online resources.