Minerva Free Library will be closing at 2:00 p.m. on Friday, October 8, 2021.
Library Board Meeting
Friday, October 8, 2021
1:00 p.m. in the main room of the library.
Open to the public.
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Interested in what Minerva Library has been accomplishing in 2021? Visit the History of the Library page and click on the link for Library by the numbers January thru June 2021.
What a wonderful Summer Reading Program we had this year. Thank you to Mayor Colleen Meeder for coming to our program on Tuesday Night. The Summer Reading program students adopted “stuffies” to be their best friends that they would love and read to! The library staff would like to thank Meredith Kenyon for donating the Prizes for the Summer Reading Program students who joined in a friendly book reading competition! The library staff would also like to thank the students for coming out and participating, reading stories, writing stories, and listening to music together. Finally the Minerva Library staff would like to thank the S. Community Foundation and CCLS for their support of our Summer Reading Program as well. We look forward to many more years of the Summer Reading Program!
New titles were purchased for the Picture eBook collection on Overdrive. While traveling this summer families might appreciate access to digital titles.
- Pete the Cat Rocking Field Day
- Pete the Cat Parent’s Day Surprise
- Hard-Boiled Bugs for Breakfast and other Poems
- Animal Rescue Agency
- Can I be Your Dog?
- How to Catch a Dinosaur
- Unicorn day
- The Box Turtle
And many more options…
Compliments of the James Prendergast Library Association.
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