If you would like to take a trip down memory lane join Eugene Harken. Here he checks out part of the display about corn husking days.
The guinea pig, Twix, will officially visit the library on Oc. 27.
Do you have an interest in car shows? Do you enjoy seeing some of the older models of cars? Then you will want to take a look at the library’s display window during the month of September.
This summer the kids in grades 5 - 8 are "making a difference" by getting involved in our community...and the world!
Cameron, Olivia, and Lexi notice that our display window is loaded with lots of rewards.
While we are traveling around the world during our "One World, Many Stories" summer program, Twix, the guinea pig, has been traveling locally...around Aplington. Can you guess where he is in this picture?
Valencia, Spain is the home of the family-owned Lladro Company, maker of fine porcelain. This month the library is pleased to have nearly 20 of these pieces on display, compliments of Joan Sutula.
Spin the Wheel - April 11 - 16!
Unique airplanes and helicopters comprise Jerod's collection.
Coming Soon – Friends of the Library to Host Elaine Neymeyer:
There’s always been a lot to love about the Aplington Public Library, but we’ve just sweetened the pot a little. During February we are extending a deal that’s hard to beat.
Story Hours are coming soon!
Patch the Polar Bear is looking for kids ages 5 – 12 who are interested in taking part in his reading challenge.
Fairies, Wonder Woman, cats, mice, and princesses all attended Story Hour this week. Coming in costume was a lot of fun!
How many spots are on the ladybug's back?
It wasn’t Arabella Miller’s caterpillar, but it was a beautiful butterfly that these children created to take home at the conclusion of Story Hour last Friday.
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.