Beverly Folken shares her display of Mrs. P.F. E. Albee Avon Dolls
As long as Eileen Johnson can remember, she liked chickens. When she was probably five or six she went along with her parents to the hatchery in east Iowa Falls to purchase baby chicks.
After Marty got married to Paul Weber in 1996 and moved to Aplington, she began collecting cookie jars.
Sierra Sessler, who is six years old, has shared her cat collection.
Barb Jungling's angel collection is a family affair.
When Irene Senne began collecting tea pots more than 25 years ago, it morphed into a collection of coffee pots as well.
For millions of kids, the appreciation of farming and agriculture comes from 4-H. With National 4-H Week just completed, this is the time of year to recognize the more than six million members involved with the group. Thus our library’s window display is focused on highlighting our local 4-H Club, the Monroe Clever Clovers
Seventy-five years ago, in 1939, a group of community and educationally-minded women had the desire to begin a lending library. You are invited to the 75th Anniversary celebration.
Jenny Troyna is sharing her special collection of Willow Trees with us at the library.