Celebrate the Week of the Young Child at the Burlington Library with games, giveaways, and informational booths from local organizations that work with children and families. There will also be a touch-a-truck in the East parking lot! Families with all ages of children are welcome to attend.
Grades 4th through 6th can meet each Monday in April to discuss the adventures of Charlie Buckley as he travels through the mysterious chocolate factory.
Join us to make this month’s project of a Japanese garden form known as kokedama, which translates to "moss ball." All materials will be provided for this free will donation event. Please register with the New Strawn Branch if you plan to attend.
Copies of the book are available at the front desk.
In April, we'll be discussing The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek. It's an historical fiction novel inspired by the true blue-skinned people of Kentucky and the brave and dedicated Kentucky Pack Horse library service of the 1930s. Stop by to check out a copy today!!
Make friends with neighboring communities in Madison and Fort Scott by signing up for our Summer Pen Pals Program! Sign up online @ https://bit.ly/3K4D2Fn or come in and fill out the registration. Then all June and July you can bring your letters to the library and we'll send them to your pen pal for you. […]
Adults & teens, log your reading or have a staff member do it for you. Your name goes in the drawing for one of three prize baskets. Last day to log is July 25th.