Adults

Spinning Yarns group

yarn knitting

Do you love to crochet, knit, or do other needlework? Would you like to spend time with other adults who share your interest, give pointers, and socialize?

Then come work on your current project at our Spinning Yarns group!

Please bring your own materials. Beginners to experts, are all welcome.

When: Wednesday, December 4th and 18th from 2 to 4 pm
Where: In the Cooper Clark meeting room


Craft: Rag Wreath

rag wreath

On Monday, December 9th at Noon, we will have a fun holiday craft for adults. Make a festive holiday wreath out of fabric scraps! Materials will be provided.

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


Library and Lunch - December 2019

mr dickens and his carol

In December we will discuss
“Mr. Dickens and His Carol” by Samantha Silva

We’ll meet on
Tuesday, December 10th ​
at 12 p.m.

Bring your lunch and join the discussion.


Seeking donations for a craft

Christmas Holiday fabric cloth

Liberal Memorial Library is looking for donations of fabric scraps that can be cut into 2″ x 9″ strips.

We are also looking for donations of clean tin cans for another craft, all sizes welcome.

tin cans

The last day for donations is December 6th.


Food for Fines

Food for Fines

From now until the end of the year, donate canned vegetables or any nonperishable food items or new toiletries (toothpaste, soap, toilet paper, etc.) to the library and we will waive your overdue fines! All donated items will be given to local charities. (No expired items, please)

This works for overdue fines only, fines for lost or damaged items will not be waived.


Library Closed for Thanksgiving

happy-thanksgiving-turkeyWe will be closed for the Thanksgiving holiday

Wednesday, 27th – close early at 1 p.m.

Thursday, 28th – closed

Friday, 29th – closed

We will reopen for normal hours on Saturday, 30th – 11:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.


Movie Time: Dora and the Lost City of Gold

Dora and the lost city of gold

On Thursday, November 21st at 6 pm, watch a new live-action adaptation of a popular Nickelodeon television series. Teenage Dora leads her friends on an adventure to save her parents and solve the mystery behind a lost city of gold.

We’ll provide popcorn and drinks or you can bring your own drinks.


World Kindness Day: Kindness Rocks

kindness rocks

On Monday, November 11th at 4 pm, celebrate World Kindness Day by painting rocks at the library! Paint them to remind yourself or others to be kind and even share them as a random act of kindness. Open to all ages.


Game Day for Adults

Celebrate International Games Week with us on Thursday, November 7th at 2 pm. Hang out with other adults and play board games. For adults only.

Signup online or at the Circulation desk.


Board Game Day

On Thursday, November 7th from 4 to 7 pm, Join us for free play of all of our board games at the library! We will have experts in several games to help you learn if you want to play a game you never have before. Have a favorite that you want to share with others? Feel free to bring it!


Spinning Yarns group

yarn knitting

Do you love to crochet, knit, or do other needlework? Would you like to spend time with other adults who share your interest, give pointers, and socialize?

Then come work on your current project at our Spinning Yarns group!

Please bring your own materials. Beginners to experts, are all welcome.

When: Wednesday, November 6th and 20th from 2 to 4 pm
Where: In the Cooper Clark meeting room


Library and Lunch - November 2019

bowl hand paper drawing names

For November’s book discussion, we asked our patrons to write down the names of authors they are most thankful for and we put them in a bowl for others to draw from. Come to the circulation desk to draw an author’s name and find a book in the library written by that author.

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

Bring your lunch and join the discussion.


Interactive Movie: Hocus Pocus

hocus pocus sanderson sisters

On Monday Oct. 28th at 6 pm, enjoy an interactive showing of the Halloween Disney movie Hocus Pocus.

Max, a teenage boy, moves to Salem where he accidentally releases the Sanderson sisters, evil witches who lived 300 years ago. Max and his friends must stop them from wreaking havoc on the town.

Interactive showings are a fun way of enjoying a movie where everyone gets a script and a bag of props and you follow along to shout and snack along with the movie. 


Halloween Bunco

Dice and Jack-o-Lanterns

Wear your costumes and join us for our popular dice game!

Registration is required, so register online, or in person. Adults only. Snacks will be provided.

When: Thursday, October 31st at Noon.


Escape Room: Hocus Pocus

The library is hosting a Hocus Pocus themed escape room
from Friday, October 4th to October 25th.

Who lit the black flame candle?

Solve clues and puzzles to open locks and escape the room before the Sanderson sisters come back and suck the life from you! 

This FREE experience is open to ages 10 and older for groups of 2 – 5 people. Sign up is required, please call the library (620-626-0180) to reserve your spot!


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