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Recipe Swap - January 2019

Join us for Recipe Swap and share your favorite recipe with fellow patrons who share your passion -- cooking!

Every month is a different theme! This month's theme is "Super Bowl Snacks".

When: Tuesday, January 29th at
Library and Lunch - February 2019

In February we will discuss
"Small Blessings"
by Martha Woodroof

We’ll meet on
Tuesday, February 12th ​
at 12 p.m.

Bring your lunch and join the discussion.
Beginner’s 3D Printing Workshop

Do you have questions about 3D printing? Come to our beginner’s workshop to learn how to use the library’s 3D printer.

We will walk through the process of finding a print-ready file online that you can print as is or
Author Visit: Jessica L. Elliott & Rachel A. Andersen

Come join us for a reading and Q & A session from two local authors Jessica L. Elliott & Rachel A. Andersen on Saturday, Dec. 8th at 2 pm

For as long as she can remember, Jessica L. Elliott

Movie - Christopher Robin

"Christopher Robin" movie imageWatch the new “Christopher Robin” movie with us in honor of Winnie the Pooh day.

When: Thursday, January 17 at 6 pm
Where: In the downstairs activity area

Free popcorn! Feel free to bring your own soda and even a pillow, blanket, or chair to be comfortable!


Library and Lunch - February 2019

book image "Small Blessings"In February we will discuss
“Small Blessings”
by Martha Woodroof

We’ll meet on
Tuesday, February 12th ​
at 12 p.m.

Bring your lunch and join the discussion.


Library Closed for Martin Luther King Jr. Day

The Library will be closed on

Monday, January 21st for Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

We will reopen on Tuesday for our regular hours.


Movie - Smallfoot

Smallfoot movie imageCome enjoy “Smallfoot” a fun new animated movie for the family. A Yeti is convinced that the elusive creatures known as “humans” really do exist.

When: Saturday, January 12 at 2 pm
Where: In the downstairs activity area

Free popcorn! Feel free to bring your own soda and even a pillow, blanket, or chair to be comfortable!


Panhandle Coupon Teacher: Couponing 101

Coupon clipartSaturday, January 5 at 2 pm

Are you making a resolution to save money for the new year? A local expert called the Panhandle Coupon Teacher will be hosting a couponing class!

The teacher will be showing us ways to save money using your smart phone and digital coupons. The teacher is also knowledgeable in economical shopping habits.

Have any questions on couponing and saving money? Ask the Panhandle Coupon Teacher!


Library Closed for New Year's

The library will be closed for the New Year’s holiday

Monday, December 31st – Tuesday, January 1st

We will reopen for normal hours on Wednesday, 2nd – 9:00 a.m.- 8:00 p.m.

 


Library Closed for Christmas

We will be closed for the Christmas holiday

Monday, December 24th through Wednesday, December 26th

We will reopen for normal hours on Thursday, 27th – 9:00 a.m.- 8:00 p.m.


Library and Lunch - January 2019

The Alice NetworkIn January we will discuss
“The Alice Network” by Kate Quinn

We’ll meet on
Tuesday, January 8th ​
at 12 p.m.

Bring your lunch and join the discussion.


Ugly Christmas Sweater Party

Tuesday, December 18th at Noon

Wear an ugly Christmas sweater for this fun party for adults! Participate in a White Elephant gift exchange, play games, and eat snacks. Adults only.

Seating is limited. Sign up online or at the front desk.


Recipe Swap - January 2019

super-bowl-snacksJoin us for Recipe Swap and share your favorite recipe with fellow patrons who share your passion — cooking!

Every month is a different theme! This month’s theme is “Super Bowl Snacks”.

When: Tuesday, January 29th at 6:30 p.m.

Where: In the Cooper-Clark Meeting Room


Close Early for Staff Appreciation Dinner

Sorry We're ClosedThe library will close at 5 pm

for a Staff Appreciation Dinner

on Thursday, December 6th.


Redskin Singers

Redskin singersCome join us for a performance by the Redskin Singers

on Thursday, December 13th at 6:30 p.m.

at Liberal Memorial Library!


Holiday Movies in December

Help up choose what holiday films to show in December. Cast your vote online or in person at the library.

On Wednesday, Dec. 12th at 6 pm we will show either “Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas” or “The Santa Clause” depending on your votes.


Library and Lunch - December 2018

"A Redbird Christmas" book imageIn December we will discuss
“A Redbird Christmas”
by Fannie Flagg

We’ll meet on
Tuesday, December 11th
​ at 12 p.m.

Bring your lunch and join the discussion.


Author Visit: Jessica L. Elliott & Rachel A. Andersen

Come join us for a reading and Q & A session from two local authors Jessica L. Elliott & Rachel A. Andersen on Saturday, Dec. 8th at 2 pm

Author, Jessica L. ElliotFor as long as she can remember, Jessica L. Elliott has been telling stories. As soon as she could grasp a pencil she began writing those stories down. Reading fueled her imagination, as did spending time with her five younger brothers and sisters. Everything was an adventure, something to be treasured and stories were her first love. Jessica began seriously writing in high school and continued into college while attending Emporia State University where she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education. She wrote and released her first novel, Charming Academy, in August of 2011. Jessica currently lives in southwest Kansas with her husband and children.

Jessica L. Elliott’s new release this December is A Mermaid Under the Mistletoe:

When Leilani Hale’s morning workout is interrupted by an attempted burglary, it’s going to take all of her faith and a few Christmas miracles to get her life back on track. Inspired by the Little Mermaid.

Author Rachel A. AndersonRachel Andersen was born in Utah to parents who instilled in her a love of reading, learning, and language. Since then, she has lived in all four time zones in the continental United States. By day, she is an elementary school teacher. By night, she writes contemporary sweet romances. She loves being able to revisit her favorite home and memories by writing them into her books. In 2017, Rachel started a Facebook group for writers called The Just Write Cafe. The Just Write Cafe was inspired by her dream of a restaurant where writers and other artists can come together to create beautiful art all while being nourished by good food and even better company. Rachel Andersen loves to write, and she enjoys putting the wonder of possibility in her students’ eyes when she tells them that she’s an author. Threads of family and faith are woven as deeply into her stories as they are into her personal life. She’s an impassioned advocate of self-compassion and empathy. She tends to write clean romances and story retellings set in her beloved, adopted “hometowns” of Kansas City, Missouri and Western Washington.

Rachel Anderson’s new release this December is A Little Christmas Pretense:

Cindy Ashby thinks her life is as good as it’s going to get until a handsome stranger comes and turns her world upside down. Inspired by Cinderella .


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