STEAM collection growing

Excitement is building at the Osborne Public Library for the start of 2016-2017 youth programs in September. This year the youth programming theme is "INNOVATE" and activities will be based around science, technology, engineering, art, and math (STEAM), as well as literacy. Once again, the library will offer three weekly programs for youth, in addition to Read to Me, an early literacy incentive for pre-K children: Story Hour (pre-K), Wednesday After Class (grades K-3), and Monday After Class (grades 4-6). With these programs comes the need to grow the library’s collection of STEAM resources, so the library initiated a community fundraising campaign in spring 2016. Due to the support of the f

As the Page Turns

As the Page Turns is a monthly post contributed by Karen Wallace, director of the Osborne Public Library. It summarizes happenings at the library during the previous month and highlights upcoming events and programs. Enroll in Fall Programs - The summer activities are finished and it is time to enroll in the 2016-17 programs. Story hour will be on Friday mornings, Wednesday After Class for K-grade 3, and Monday After Class for grades 4-6. Stop by the library and pick up an enrollment form if you do not already have one. We are gearing up for a great school year of programming. Share a Story – July 7th Smoky Hills Public Television brought Share-A-Story to the library. This activity was

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