Who wouldn’t want a beautiful Eric Carle print quilt to snuggle up in while reading Eric Carle books to children or grand children? Here is your chance to win just such a quilt and 4 board books.
The quilt is 50 x 60 inches, features loveable characters from his books and is machine quilted. The four books are The Very Lonely Firefly, The Very Busy Spider, The Very Quiet Cricket and the Very Hungry Caterpillar, which also includes a plush toy caterpillar.
Stop by the library to see for yourself this beautiful quilt
Proceeds from the raffle will go towards hiring performers and bringing programs to the library for Summer Reading.
Chances are $1.00 each or 6 chances for $5.00.
Chances can be purchased at the Library, Cornerstone Coffee Haus or at Seneca Variety.
The drawing will be held Wednesday December 21.
Just in time for gift giving…if the winner can part with it!
On Wednesday October 26, the Seneca Janes and the Library staff handed over the first 12 bags filled with new books for the Book Buddy Program to the Nemaha County sheriff officers.
The Janes contacted the library in August, asking us to be the collection point for books and monetary donations. The community responded, bringing in gently used books. The bulk of the books came from a book party hosted by library staff. Thanks go the generosity of our patrons and organizations at the high school, we received several hundred dollars worth of books free or 1/2 price.
The tote bags filled with childrens books will be placed in emergency vehicles throughout the county. There are 12 county vehicles that will carry book bags. In time of crisis children will be allowed to select a book from the tote; the book will be theirs to keep.
This project was made possible through the support of the Seneca Janes, Seneca Free Library, NVHS KAY club, NVHS National Honor Society, NVHS SADD organization, and various individual donors.
The Seneca Free Library will be the only collection point for donations in the county.Â Contact us at 336-2377 or by e-mail at email@example.com if you have any questions.
What is that quote? A picture is worth a thousand words? I can’t come up with 9,000 words to describe the fun everyone had at our pool party August 4th. Here are a few pictures of summer readers from Centralia, Corning and Seneca libraries having a wonderful time at the Seneca Aquatic Center. Keep reading everyone!
Seneca Free Library presents
a summer book club for adults.
Join us as we travel around the world, discovering exotic locations and learning more about our world. Everyone is welcome!
The Novel Destinations Book Club will meet at 10:00 am at the Seneca Free Library Community Room one Friday each month this summer. Friday June 10, July 8 and August 12. Bring a snack or drink and enjoy great conversation with friends
Not up for a book club? The BINGO card is back this summer! We even give you a free space if you need it. Stop in and ask for your card soon!
Beginning June 6 we will have quizzes to challenge your knowledge of the world. Take one quiz each week through June, turn in your answers, answer all the questions correctly and your name will go in with others for a drawing. The prize is a “taste of the world” treat.
B-I-N-G-O is a program for students in 6th-12th grades.
BINGO cards are filled with fun things to read. As you read and cross off books, you have BINGO! Turn your completed cards in for a prize.
Ask the librarians for details.
There is no ‘event’ with this program. The time shown on the calendar is simply the time we open. This is a reminder to continue reading through the BINGO card.
Read Along with Me will be held every Monday in June from 10:30 to 11:30 AM.
This is a new program for our library, for children in 4th and 5th grades. Bring a snack and drink and enjoy listening to a world story or bring your own book to read.
There are activities for all ages. We ask that in fairness to all participants that you bring your child to the age appropriate event.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY KANSAS!!
Let the celebrating begin! The Seneca Free Library is giving away 550 pieces of Kansas history, culture, people and geographical wonders gathered into a box ready for you to put together! Yes! A puzzle of Kansas!Come in and put your name into the drawing today. We will be drawing one name each Saturday at closing, you can only win once, but if we draw your name we will call you.
CONGRATULATIONS to our WINNERS!
WEEK 1: January 8, Peggy Hasenkamp of Axtell
WEEK 2: January 15, Amy Jo Clark of Seneca
WEEK 3: January 22, Mary Schmitz of Baileyville
WEEK4: January 29 Ellie Hermesch
We hope you all enjoy your puzzles!
Libraries across Kansas were asked to choose a day during the week of November 14-20 as their SnapShot day. Seneca Free Library chose Friday November 19. We sent data into the State Library of Kansas, these are the numbers from libraries across the state.