Creepy Candy Contest
October Story Time
There will be story time at the Stanley Public Library on Tuesday, October 11 at 2:30 PM for ages 3-6.
During the month of September, the Wee Care classes visited the Stanley Public Library. Students were given a tour of the library and had an opportunity to look at books, play with games and puzzles and listen to stories. They were given library souvenirs and treats to take home. It was a fun learning time for all!
Fall Story Time
Closed for Labor Day
The Stanley Public Library will be closed Monday, September 5 in observance of Labor Day. The library will be open Tuesday, September 6 at 12:30 PM.
Reading Rock Star Winners
Students in grades K-12 were reading rock stars during the month of August at the Stanley Public Library! The students checked out books, read them, filled out a rating sheet and returned them for an entry into the prize drawing.
Prize winners were Laney Jackson, Kai Anderson, Jessy Roise, Levi Addicott, Bode Haugen, Hugh Jackson, Omni Roise, Mya Anderson, Parker Haugen, Ruth Jackson, Greyson Addicott, Eva Anderson, Archer Jackson, Cambree Pitts and Amelia Jackson. The contest was sponsored by the Friends of the Library.
Reading Rock Star
Students are reminded that there are only a few days remaining in the Reading Rock Star contest! Books and rating forms need to be returned to the Stanley Public Library by Monday, August 29 to be eligible for the prize drawing.
Shark Week Activity Day
A Shark Week activity day was held at the Stanley Public Library on Thursday, July 28. Story time was held for the younger children in the morning with an activity time for older children in the afternoon. Stories were read and the activities included coloring, making cool shark magnets, creating paper plate whale ornaments and making floating sharks.
The winners of the book drawing were Levi Addicott and Harper Gratton. Shark tooth erasers, jaws big bites bracelets, bubbles and pirate animal yoyos were handed out as prizes. Children are encouraged to read 10-30 minutes daily.