STAY TUNED We will reschedule this event soon.
Mark your calendar, start looking for a recipe! We are hosting a Crock Pot Soup night when we can find a night that is open. We are celebrating National Slow Cooker Month and National Soup Month. Participants will need to bring in a slow cooker filled with soup and your recipe to share with other attendees. Let us know if you are planning to come, so we have enough bowls and spoons for everyone. Feel free to bring your own non-alcoholic beverage or enjoy something warm made in our Keurig machine.
This does not include Instant Pots, we will have to wait for that month.
We thought we’d display books about getting organized to give you a jump start on the new year. But when we typed Organization into the Search bar, well something else popped up! We hope you are not looking for this kind of organization at home, except for your reading pleasure. If you are looking to get organized, let us know, we’ll try a different search word, and get you on the right track.
Our winter weather policy in case the weatherman predicts more doom and gloom or bushels of fluffiness – you decide.
If Nemaha Central Schools close early during a school day the library will close at 5:00 that evening.
There may be times when weather quickly turns bad or street and sidewalk conditions cause us to close at 5:00 also.
We announce our weather closings on Facebook, our website, WIBW TV, and KNZA radio.
Call the library before you venture out in bad weather. If you have items due or coming due soon and the weather is bad please call us at 336-2377.
Photo Credit: (Dedham, MA, 01/27/15) Plows try to keep up with the snow on Rt. 128 near exit 14 in Dedham. Tuesday, January 27, 2015. Staff photo by John Wilcox.
After many months of working with different abstract art, we chased after realism with the assistance of perspective.
What do you think of when you think of waves? When asked, the children came up with concepts and words which led the way to a great hour of exploration into mechanical and electromagnetic waves.
It’s November and time to break out the mustaches. Why? Because we can, mostly, and we have the stickers on hand. It’s a fun distraction from, well, everything. We have a diverse display of books for you, we pulled books with faces so we could add the mustache. That is not as easy as you’d think.
Tie One on Day is Wednesday November 21. To celebrate, we are asked to bake a loaf of bread, wrap it in an apron and deliver it to someone in need, someone in mourning, someone who needs encouragement or maybe just because.
We thought it would be fun to have a display of aprons, old and new. We are also asking patrons to share stories and memories of aprons in their families. We’ve had a lot of fun with this display. Stop in and see for yourself! And bring an apron or story to share, if you’d like.