Readers welcome library's return

 

Families like the Clokes found the shelves were full inside the children's area.

RAINBOW: Over 65 people showed up for the July 5th ribbon cutting ceremony at the Upper McKenzie Community Center. What they found was a large selection of books, audiobooks, and DVD's to borrow, as well as new free books for children and adults to keep.

Other features of the O'Brien Library's temporary quarters inside the Center included a new children's area, refreshments, a treasure hunt and free use of computers and on-site WiFi access.

Over $1,000 in donations to help build the permanent library in Blue River topped off the day's festivities.

Children and parents are invited to Story Time every Thursday at 10:30am.

The library is now open every Monday through Wednesday from 1 to 3 p.m; and Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon (except for July 17th).

Volunteers say that if someone can't find a book they would like to see on the shelves to let them know, so they can order it.


 

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