The library is full of lots of noise on Wednesday afternoons and Friday mornings with programs for the kids in full swing. Science experiments are being conducted each week at WAC by an average of 35 kids. We are having lots of fun. An average of 9 children are attending the sessions for story hour. You can stop by the library anytime to see if your child is eligible for one of these programs.
School is back in session and the library is once again hosts to the wonderful work of the art students at Osborne Jr. & Sr. High. Students that have received the student of the month honor for September are Tanner Conway, 7th grade, and Billie Spears, freshman. They both have pencil drawings on display at the library.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. To inform people of this disease the showcase is PINK with items from area people who have dealt with this disease in their lives. Whether you are a survivor, or a friend or family member of someone who has battled this disease, we all need to step up and be informed of the effects of cancer in our world. The library has a few resource books on this subject. The staff can also help you look up information on any type of cancer on the internet.
The book sale was a success this year. In case you missed it the library is still selling books for $1 a bag. Stop by and see if you can find that one book you remember from your childhood.
Don’t forget the new hours for the library. Our hours are, M & Th – 10-7, Tu, W, F – 10-5 and Sat. 10-2. The library is closed on Sundays.
The online card catalog can be accessed from our website, www.osbornepubliclibrary.blogspot.com or at http://catalog.ckls.org If you are having problems looking things up let us know at the library, 346-5486, and we will help you.
Don’t forget that we are a wireless hotspot. This service is provided by Nex-Tech.