Kosciusko’s One and Only
Opening Day September 23rd.
September Hours: Saturday 10-day
October Hours: Wednesday & Friday 4-dark
Saturday 10 A.M.-dark
Preschool, Daycare, Homeschools, Elementary Schools
Wednesday -Friday by appointment only.
Youth Groups Always Welcome
Children (3 and under) free with paying adult
New This Year: Kittie Barrel Train, Corn Hole, Straw Mountain, Corn Pit,
Petting Zoo, Hay Rides, Pumpkin Sling Shot, Pumpkins, Gourds, Corn Stalks,
Snack Bar, Soy Candle Making.
7132 S. 1300 W
Please feel free to look thru our list of Ebooks available here at your local library!!! If you haven’t already signed up for this free service, just come on in and have one our wonderful ladies or gentlemen get you signed up. And take your library with you.
The upstairs is temporarily unavailable as we are Restructuring it for use by Adults that need or prefer a little privacy. Please be patient and we will open it again as soon as we can. Thank you in advance.
We will be showing the movie, “Growing the BIG One”
A small town’s annual pumpkin growing contest means huge changes for big city radio host Emma Silver(Shannon Doherty) who sets out to pay off her late grandfather’s debts by winning this year’s $50,000 grand prize. In the process she strikes sparks with a handsome neighbor Seth( Kavan Smith) who could teach her a lot about farming and love.
This irresistible and romantic film, cultivates big laughs, warm memories, and unforgettable friendships.
Please join us on Thursday, October 19th. from 5 p.m. to 7 p. m. for creative corner. We will be making these adorable Terra Cotta Pumpkins! Sign up sheets will be located at the main circulation desk. Cost for this class will be $5.00 and there will be a limit of 20 participants. This craft is for adults only (ages 18 +). Payment will be required prior to the start of the class. For questions or any additional info, please contact Billie at firstname.lastname@example.org or Sharon at email@example.com or call the library at 574-353-7234.
Trick or Treating at the library from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31st!!!!!!!
Straddling the line between fall and winter, plenty and paucity, life and death, Halloween is a time of celebration and superstition. It is thought to have originated with the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain, when people would light bonfires and and wear costumes to ward off roaming ghosts. In the eighth century, Pope Gregory lll designated November 1 as a time to honor all saints and martyrs; the holiday, All Saints Day, incorporated some traditions of Samhain. The evening before was known as All Hallow’s Eve and later Halloween. Over time, Halloween evolved into a secular, community-based event characterized by child friendly activities such as trick or treating. In a number of countries around the world, as the days grow shorter and the nights grow colder, people continue to usher in the winter season with gatherings, costumes, and sweet treats.
Please Come and enjoy some peaceful time under the pergola or just sit and have a nice chat. The memory garden is open 24/7 to Library Members and the Public alike.
YA and Children’s departments will be hosting a Halloween party on October 26th starting at 5 P.M You are encouraged to wear your favorite costumes. The YA department is having a zombie theme, and the Children’s dept will be come as your favorite character. The older kids(12 -18) in the YA group will be held in the bell x room, and the children’s (kindergarten to 11yrs) will be held in the large conference room. There will be refreshments provided. Sign up is required. We request parents to be here no later then 8P.M. to pick up their children of any age. Sign up sheets will be at the main circulation desk.
Lego Club is meeting again on September 23rd at 1 P.M.
Come and have a great time!!!!
We had an AMAZING time at the children’s Make and Take Event. We hope you will all come to the next Make N Take, keep watching for next posting!!!!!!
Every Wednesday at 3 P.M. and Every Friday at 10 A.M.
We will be having story hour in the children’s room.
There will also be crafts that coordinate with the book of the week.
Sept. 20th and 22nd the theme will be Spiders.
Sept. 27th and 29th the theme will be Fall Trees.