The Stanley Public Library held registration for “All Together Now,” summer reading program on Thursday, May 25. After registration, children participated in several activities, including circle mosaic art, creating their own friendship trail mix and coloring. Children also received bookmarks, pencils, tattoos and balloons. The next day of the program is Thursday, June 1 from 2-3 PM. Anyone who was unable to attend registration may register on June 1.
Closed for Memorial Day
The Stanley Public Library will be closed Monday, May 29, in observance of Memorial Day. The library
will be open Tuesday, May 30 at 12:30 PM.
Summer Reading Program Registration
Spring Story Time
Spring Story Time at the Stanley Public Library will be on Thursday, May 18 at 2:30 PM for ages 3-7.
LEGO Contest Winners
The Stanley Public Library recently celebrated National Library Week with a LEGO building contest. Entrants built a character or scene from a book they read.
Winners were Carter Olson, first; Kenley LeBaron, second; and Dylan Olson, third.
Congratulations to all participants for a job well done! The contest was sponsored by the Friends of the Library.
4th Grade Library Visit
On Friday, April 28, the fourth grade classes of Mr. Hellman, Mr. Labar and Mrs. Drosdahl visited the Stanley Public Library as part of National Library Week. The students were given a tour of the library, had the opportunity to purchase books and movies and register for prizes. The students left with library-themed souvenirs. Their visit wrapped up a very successful National Library Week!
National Library Week Winners
The Stanley Public Library recently celebrated National Library Week with after-school activities and a drawing for prizes for students who visited the library during the week.
Prize winners are Eva Anderson, Rylee Arnold, Heidi Ligman, Malia Weigel, Ryker Green, Wrigley Hysjulien, Bode Haugen, Rylan Craft, Arya Lager, Mina Fox, Levi Addicott, Kyler Vachal, Masen Hysjulien, Karter Kuster, Molly Hamilton, Raelene Roos, Eli Harwood, Cooper Skarsgard, Emmalee Weigel, Braxton McGillis, Lilly-Jean Green, Kiel Rameden, Connor Wahlstrom, Ulises Chavez, Tessa Hynek, Mya Anderson, Elizabeth Wolter, Parker Haugen, Abe Hynek, Hudson Heinle, Christopher Kindness, Mason Bishop, Myles Dillon, Connor Gustavson, Ashten Bishop, Adrianna Aguilar, Xavier Hager, Ronnie Seibel, Michael Bennett, Harrison Dupay, Carter Olson, Jessy Roise, Alexis Laparra, Laylah Wilson, Delaney Dupay, Alycia Laparra, Ida Weigel, Nataly Tasejo, Cambree Pitts, Khara Schunke, Aleah Peloquin, Omni Roise, Karsyn Gustafson, Alayna Oliver, Akadeia Stone, Sierra Kanenwisher, Jaxon Green, Hayes Gustafson, Jeremiah Metcalf, Hunter Maurer, Arianna Salgado, Gina Steele, Anara Swenson, Berger Biwer, Annabelle Lager, Tatelynn Bruhn, Sadee Uran, Austen Anderson, Kyler Grisham, Kamri Niemitalo, Cayle Lemmer, Briggs Green, Dylan Olson, James Kuster, Jason Goertz, Isabella Kukowski, Mazi Koester, Noah Kuster, Knute Roise, Cade Schneider, Bjorn Biwer, Greyson Addicott, Chase Matz, Isabel Hurst, Isabella Anthony, Railey Sauber, Brenna Mell, Harloe Hoaby, Justina Biglake, Sophia Bruhn, Ty Nichols, Dylan Guerrero, Ashlyn Walker, Blakely Bell, Ozelyth Loera, Zoe Mortenson, Ryley Johnson, Nathan Torres, Colt Fritel, Adam Quesada, Briggs Lund, Tylada Nichols, Abel Nichols, Ty Nichols, Isaak Longmuir and C.J. France.
Congratulations to all who visited the library during National Library Week. Prizes may be picked up at the library.
Overdrive App Discontinued
Good-bye Overdrive, hello Libby!
The Overdrive app is no longer available but library patrons now have access to Libby, the new public library reading app. Libby is streamlined and very user friendly. Libby contains the same content as Overdrive and has many new features. To use Libby, download the Libby app, find Stanley Public Library, enter your library card number and enjoy!
National Library Week
The Stanley Public Library will celebrate National Library Week April 24-28. The theme for this year is “There’s More to the Story,” which promotes the idea that libraries have so much to offer along with books, just like people have more to their stories than most other know.
During National Library Week, children ages 4-18 who visit the library may register daily for prizes to be given away. There will be activities and crafts for children in grades K-12 from 3:45-4:45 each day. The Friends of the Library will hold a used book and movie sale and will be selling souvenir playing cards all week.
LEGO Building Contest
A LEGO building contest will be held at the Stanley Public Library April 12-26 for National Library Week. The contest is open to grades K-6. Students can build a character or scene from a book that they have read using LEGOs. No kits or instruction books may be used. Include a 3″ x 5″ index card with the grade and title of the book on the front of the card and the name on the back.
Entries can be dropped off at the library starting April 12. LEGO designs will be judged in two categories, grades K-3 and grades 4-6.
The contest is sponsored by the Friends of the Library.