Who’s Eating Who? That is the question of the day when ARC Wild returns to Seneca Free Library Thursday, April 25. This program will be presented twice, at 3:30 and 5:30 PM.
Do you know where you belong in nature’s food WEB? Every meal you eat connects you to several food chains and makes you part of nature’s food web. Get hands on with some of nature’s super heroes and discover who’s eating whom. It’s a special investigative class you don’t want to miss!
*This is FREE to the public. * Class size is limited. * Recommended age level is 5 years and up. * Children under 5 will not be allowed to participate in hands on activities. * Allergy warning: Live animals will be in use. * Program starts at 3:30 and 5:30. * Choose which time works best for you. * Remember that anyone under age 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
The Habitat Sweet Home/ARC Wild programs have been rescheduled for Monday March 25! We will exploring habitats found in Kansas. There will be a program at 3:30 and another at 5:30 in our Community Room. Class size is limited and all children under 12 must have adult supervision.
Allergy Warning: Live animals will be present.
This event is sponsored by Community National Bank. For more information about ARC Wild go to their website, www.arcwild.org.
The Library is hosting a Dr. Seuss Story Time to celebrate his birthday on Saturday March 2, beginning at 10:30 AM in our Community Room. There will be Dr. Seuss stories, crafts and snack. This event will be appropriate for toddlers through children who are in Kindergarten.
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Stop by the library and let us help you download the new audio and ebook app available through Seneca Free Library or follow the directions below. We are part of the Sunflower eLibrary consortium OverDrive service. This app allows you to check out 5 items at a time. If you have 5 items downloaded and return one, you are free to download another. The more popular items you may have to place a hold on, but you can also search for items that are available now. Stop in and let us walk you through the process!
The Libby app is the easiest way to get started with digital books, audio books, and magazines from your public library!
- Install the Libby app from the app store on your Android, iOS(iPhone/iPad/iPod touch), or Windows 10 device. Or, visit libbyapp.com in your Chrome, Firefox, Safari, or Edge browser.
- In Libby, follow the prompts to find your library and sign in with a valid library card. The User name for your NEXT online account needs to be your library card number. Call the Library if we need to change that. Your password must match that on your library account.
- Things to consider when setting up your account: To manage holds, enter an email address so you will be notified when your hold comes available. Otherwise you may miss a day or two of reading or listening time when it automatically down-loads. Follow the prompts and answer the questions if you use Kindle.
- Browse your library’s collection and borrow a title.
- Borrowed titles appear under Shelf > Loans and download to the app automatically when you’re on Wi-Fi, so you can read them when you’re offline.
From your Loans, you can:
*Tap Open Book, Open Audiobook,or Open Magazine to start reading or listening.
**Tap the due date to see options like Renew and Return.
For more help with Libby, visit help.libbyapp.com
This is a fun and easy way to learn a new block and turn it into a table runner or quilt blanket. This is a beginner level class, some sewing knowledge would be helpful. This class will be held Saturday February 23 from 10 AM~4 PM. There are only 3 spots open in this class! Don’t wait too long to sign up!
Instructor is Susan Mitchell. Class will be held in the Seneca Free Library Community Room. Fee for the class is $30.00, which includes the pattern. Stop by the Library or the Variety store to register, pick up a materials list and pay the fee. Receive a 10% discount at Seneca Variety in downtown Seneca on fabric and notions for the class.