Our Pinterest Craft Club will resume with crafts for bird lovers. This is a family friendly project that uses commonly found objects to make bird feeders. We’ll build on the traditional pine cone bird feeder by using tea cups, juice cans and egg cartons. A supply list will be provided when you register. Saturday, February 21, 10:30 am. Register by calling 432-1980 or visiting the library.
Whether you have short stories to polish or a novel to plan, our writing group provides a comfortable and constructive environment for writers at all levels. Each meeting will include time for writing and for peer review. Registration is preferred. The group will meet every Saturday from 1:30-3:30 p.m. in the Library Community Room. This series will run February through May, beginning on February 7th.
Thank you to all who participated in our Library Survey last month. A total of 213 responses were collected. Only 4 responses were from people who do not have a library card and 14 respondents had not been in the library in the past 12 months. When asked why they didn’t use the library, the largest response was that they buy their own materials. Respondents who do visit the library typically visit between 1 and 5 times per month. When asked what the impact would be if the public library closed, 86% reported a major impact on them and their family and 95% reported a major impact on the community as a whole. A total of 90% of the respondents reported that their use of the library has increased or stayed the same in the past five years.