Dia de los ninos & Dia de los libros

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Children and their parents are invited to celebrate Children’s Day & Book Day with stories, Loteria (Mexican Bingo), snacks, and crafts!
Plus, every child gets a free book to take home.

When: April 28th at 1:30 p.m.
Where: In the Downstairs Activity Area

Crafts – Paper Flowers and Mini Aquariums

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Adults can make paper flowers, while kids make Mason jar aquariums!

Seating is limited, so sign up at the front desk.

When: Wednesday, April 25th at 3:45 p.m.
Where: In the downstairs activity area

Recipe Swap – April 2018

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Bring something you’ve made (along with the recipe) to share and enjoy everyone else’s creations!

Every month is a different theme! This month’s theme is comfort foods.

When: Tuesday, April 24th at 6:30 pm
Where: In the Cooper-Clark meeting room

Win prizes in the 2018 Kansas Book Festival writing contest

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Entries will be accepted through April 30th for the The Kansas Book Festival Writing Contest. Kansas students in grades 3 through 12 are eligible to win cash prizes!

The theme this year is “Describe Kansas”. Select a word or phrase to describe Kansas. Make a clear connection between the word or phrase and
an aspect of Kansas, such as the state’s history, landscape, people, traditions, or other aspects. Explain how the word or phrase describes Kansas and include specific examples and descriptive explanations.

Fill out and send in the entry form. Detailed instructions and a congressional district map are included in with the entry form. (Seward County is in district 1).

Winners of the contest will be notified by July 31st and recognized at the 2018 Kansas Book Festival on September 8th. All winning essays will be compiled into a book and each winner will receive a copy.

Mobile Printing Now Available

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Now you can print from your home computer, phone, or tablet and pick up your print job at the library.

How to get a card at the Library

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library-card-2-sm-border-angleAdults – come in to the library with one form of photo id

Kids – bring a parent who already has a card or who has photo id with them to get a Liberal Memorial Library card

You can also apply online. Library cards are free to all residents. Replacement price is fifty cents.