When he “moved to town” more than 13 years ago, Ervin Meyer began a new hobby.
Did you know that Watkins products are now available for purchase in Aplington?
A variety of miniature vehicles are on display here until the middles of March thanks to Randy DeBerg.
On January 18 we will begin our Story Time with the theme "My Mittens".
All knitters are welcome to this area knitting club. There is no fee.
A “Chill-Out” Reading Contest for ages 5 – 12 will be held from now until February 14.
Ho! HO! Ho! Some 30 Santas are making their home in our display case this month.
Stop by to check out this terrific supply of new books.
From now until Thanksgiving you are in for a treat when you step into the library thanks to Paul and Marty Weber. Their complete collection of Danbury Mint barns is sure to enthrall anyone with an interest in agriculture.
Check out these books that you may have overlooked!
See what the library has to offer in the way of 4th of July reads.
Here is most of the schedule for the summer for children ages 3 - 13. Some events such as closing party dates and times will be added later as plans are finalized.
Making dream catchers similar to the ones being held by Adam and Devon is part of the plan for those joining our 1st-4th grade summer program, “Dream Big”.
Need a tote, organizer, purse, wallet, or diaper bag? Jen Troyna, a “Thirty-One Bags” consultant, will be able to help you find just what you need.
On Wed., Feb. 22, during National African American History Month, we will be showing the movie “The Help” at 1:00 p.m. It is based on the popular book by Kathryn Stockett, set in 1960s Mississippi. Snacks and coffee will be served --- all free of charge.
Lots of luscious spring things on display thanks to the Peppercorn Pantry!
Also in this section
- Story Hour, A Creepy Affair
- Creepy Crawlies will invade Story Hours this fall beginning Friday, September 10.
- December Window Display
- The gingerbread display in our showcase, compliments of Irene Senne, will be in place throughout the month of December. Treat yourself to this delight and much more! And we thank Irene for sharing her creative talents with us!
- Going Postal - January Display
- Do you remember when postage for a 1st class letter was $.13? Aplington’s postmistress, Veronica Groeneveld does.