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.
<Snapshot: a Day in the Life of Kansas Libraries. Libraries across Kansas were asked to participate in Snapshot Day the week of November 15 – 20. Public, academic, school and special libraries were asked to pick one day during the week to compile statistics, customer comments, photographs and other data chronicling a typical library day. What is more typical than checking out to a patron at a library?
Yes, the mail man comes most everyday we are > open, there are days he takes a holiday while we are at the library wondering where he is. He delivers 2 daily newspaper, the Topeka Capital Journal and USA Today. He also delivers the weekly newspapers from Seneca, Marysville and Sabetha. The library also subscribes to over 30 magazines.
<This is our Kansas Express Courier delivery man. This is the man who delivers the books our patrons request from other libraries. In July of 2009 the libraries of Kansas began using a state wide courier service instead of sending all our inter-library loans through the mail.
Books and movies are the most popular items to > get checked out. DVDs are popular when people are traveling if they have portable players in their vehicles. Also very popular with people who travel a lot are the audio books, books on CD. We have a nice selection of adult and childrens books on CD and even still a few on cassette tapes, remember those?
<We managed to catch a child reading quietly in the gazebo in the children’s area. Her mother was looking for Accelerated Reading books for her older brother to read. She said she likes to read to her baby sister too.
>The library held a special reading of The Wind in the Willows for children in grades 1-3. On Friday they came to the library to watch the movie and enjoy popcorn in our community room!
<The computers are always very busy after school. Children under 12 years of age need to have a parent come into the library to sign a form giving them permission to be on our computers with internet access.
Seneca Free Library and the Cornerstone Coffee Haus are happy to announce a delicious new blend…
BOOKS & BREW
A new book club that will meet at the Coffee Haus the 2nd Wednesday of the month, beginning December 8 from 10:00-11:00.
The first meeting will be informational, to determine how much interest there is in forming a new book club.
Seneca Free Library is joining libraries across the state in participating in “Snapshot: A Day in the life of Kansas Libraries” to demonstrate how important academic, public, school and special libraries are to the citizens of Kansas.
On Friday November 19, we will compile statistics, customer comments, photographs and other data chronicling a typical library day.
We will be tallying how many times did we help someone work on a resume, apply for a job online, how many people use the computer and simply how many people come through the doors that day.
The results collected at Seneca Free Library will be added to those of other libraries across Kansas to show how libraries provide valuable services every day to Kansas citizens.
Director Karen Holthaus hopes our loyal patrons will stop by and be part of this historic day. Libraries are more important than ever to our communities. We want all citizens of Kansas to see what a typical day is like for a Kansas library. While funding continues to be reduced, vital programs and services go on.
Grades 3 -5 are invited to
a special reading of the children’s classic
The Wind in the Willows
November 15 thru 19 3:30 to 4:15 each day.
Stop by the front desk, call us at 336-2377 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.