“Build a Better World” summer reading program was held at the Stanley Public Library on Thursday, June 8. Activities included stories, city skyline art and a volcanic rock race. This week’s winner of a free book was Rylee Littlecreek. The program continues next Thursday at 2:00 and is open to ages 5-13. Plan to attend!
The Stanley Public Library will host a Summertime Story Time for children ages 3-5 on Tuesday, June 13, from 3:00-3:30 PM.
The Stanley Public Library held registration for “Build a Better World” summer reading program on Thursday, June 1. After registration, children participated in several activities, including playing a lily pad toss game, creating a Northern Lights art project, constructing a paper village and putting together puzzles. Anyone who missed registration may come on Thursday, June 8, at 2:00, the next day of the program.
Students ages 5-13 are invited to participate in the Stanley Public Library Summer Reading Program. Open house registration will be held Thursday, June 1 from 2-4 PM. The program will be held each Thursday in June from 2-3 PM.
The Stanley Public Library will be closed on Monday, May 29, in observance of Memorial Day. The library will be open on Tuesday, May 30 at 1:00 PM.
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.
This year’s winners are: grades 4-6, Logan Neset, first and Kyra Fox, second; grades K-3, Erika Littlefield, first and Kaitlyn Tronset, second.
There were many excellent entries. Congratulations to all who entered for a job well done! The contest was sponsored by the Friends of the Library.
The Stanley Public Library recently celebrated National Library Week with various activities, games and several visits by grade school classes. Students received library-themed gifts and registered for prizes.
Grand prize winners, sponsored by Dakota Drug and Pinnacle, were Carmen Wing, Avery Ellis, Katy Roise, Achaia Braddock, Cohen Bell, Thosten Lidstrom, Jessy Roise, Jaymlin Gustafson, Ashley Walter, Madilyn Hunting, Ashley Ellis, Mariah Francis, Anastasia Kinney, Jordee Skaar, and Annie Roise.
Other prize winners include Kyra Fox, Elizabeth Salgado, Nora Brandt, Landon Hunting, Drake Schlosser, Kaelee Rice, Axel Salgado, Alysia Garcia, Logan Ballard, Hunter Sirine, Josh Chavez, Abby Wing, Corra Bell, Laura Groomer, Deanda Lamping, Martin Heberlie, Emma Hamilton, Hailey Anderson, Hailey Benson, Kelsee Ottesen, McKenna Jones, Erika Littlefield, Adela Heberlie, Halle Larson, Sophia Salgado, Matthew-Curtis Jacobs, Trenedi Barstad, Trey Bombach, Colton Gaddis, Harley Detienne, Rebecca Littlefield, Anna DeBrock, Kya Kraft, Ace Baumann, Ruth McLaughlin, Tawnie Nohr, Tony Wing, Maycee Ellvanger, Levi Addicott, Delaney Dupay, Yanilet Espino, Kaitlyn Tronset, Cameron Addicott, Griffin Wilhelmi, Brylee Stone, Jonathan Chavez, Mazi Koester, Stran Fladeland, Jacob Littlefield, Max Jackson, Casyn Bieri, Logan Neset, Eli Brewer, Jack Evans, Kade Snyder, Mason McPeak, Hayley Dralle, Anna Ross, Owen Webb, Willie Nelson, Josh Hetzel, Ella Mortenson, Jaxon Schoenberger, Luis Najeramontejo, Sherlyn Hernandez, Pierce Tronset, Emma Brewer, Collin Petras, Ben Wing and Jonathon Sirois.
Congratulations to all who visited the library during National Library Week!