Summer Reading Program

Get ready for Oceans of Possibilities, Stanley Public Library’s summer reading program. The open house registration will be held Thursday, May 26 from 2-4 PM. Students can also register on Thursday, June 2, the first day of the program. Watch for more details coming soon!

National Library Week Winners

The Stanley Public Library recently celebrated National Library Week with various activities, including a drawing for prizes for students who visited the library during the week.

Prize winners are Pierce Tronset, Levi Nichols, Koalt Staheli, Tyson Durfee, Felicia Thomas, Brody Gjellstad, Dayne Lund, Kayston Honrud, Dante Pratt, spencer Enerson, Abraham Castillo, Zayden Boonzier, Larson Fjeldahl, Dylan Peters, Keiland Uran, Bode Haugen, Gunnar Dazell, Isabel Hurst, Lilly Green, Zoey Marmon, Maddison Brown, Delaney Dupay, Charlyn Hannon, Raegan Ostdahl, Hadley Reum, Kaitlyn Tronset, Elijah
Gaffney, Evy Davis, Charlotte Lager, Molly Danks, Emma Baldwin, River Detienne, Pearce Lumley, Anthony Nardacci, Colter Fladeland, Ryker Rogers, Sierra Kanenwisher, Evolet Raile, Levi Addicott, Bentley Johnson, Payden Hunting, Kiplee Nordloef, Isabella, Colter Dunham, Marley Swensrud, Scarlett Frost, Coda Fladeland, Alycia Laparra, Omni Roise, Parker Haugen, Scarlett Raasakka, Deuce Marmon, Roosvelt Acuna, Knute Roise, Grayson Addicott, Corbin Reep, Trent Bohrer, Jessy Roise and Reese Mortenson.

Congratulations to all who visited the library during National Library Week. Prizes may be picked up at the library.

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.

The winners are: grades K-3, Jason Roses, first and Bode Haugen, 2nd; grades 4-6, Dante Pratt (not pictured), 1st and Koalt Staheli, 2nd.

There were many excellent entries. Congratulations to all participants for a job well done! The contest was sponsored by the Friends of the Library.

National Library Week

The Stanley Public Library will celebrate National Library Week April 4-8. The theme for this year is “Connect With Your Library,” which promotes the idea that libraries are great places to get connected to technology and electronic resources as well as physical materials and programs.

During National Library Week, children ages 4-18 who visit the library may register daily for prizes and for grand prizes to be given away. There will be games and crafts for children in grades K-12 from 3:45 to 4:45 each day. The Friends of the Library will hold a used book and movies sale and will be selling souvenir library playing cards all week.

4th Grade Library Visit

On Wednesday, March 30, the fourth grade classes of Mr. Hellman, Mrs. Johnson and Mr. LaBar visited the Stanley Public Library as part of National Library Week. The students were given a tour of the library, had an opportunity to purchase used books and movies and register for prizes. All students are invited to visit the library for National Library Week April 4-8 for games, activities, library souvenirs and to register for prizes.