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Summer Events

The Library is going to be busy this summer! We have many different events planned, so mark your calendars so you don’t miss any of them.

 

 

Taco Bell is sponsoring Dream Bid, READ! this summer. Pick up one of the bookmarks at the Library and list the book titles you read. When you have read 10 books, have a parent, guardian, or Librarian sign it. Redeem at Taco Bell for one free Seasoned Beef Taco and Cinnamon Twists.

Program is for kids ages 13 and younger.

Bookmarks expire October 15, 2019.

 

 

Books and planets revolving around the sun for Summer Reading Program A Universe of Stories

 

 

Make and Take for Summer Reading Program A Universe of Stories

Join us for a space-themed craft time Mondays at noon. The program runs June 10th – July 15th.

 

 

Lunch and a Movie

Tuesdays at noon – June 11th – August 6th

 

 

 

 

Teen Movies

Just for teenagers – on Thursdays June 13th, June 27th, and July 18th at 3:00 pm.

 

 

 

Video Game Afternoons for Teens and Tweens!

Tuesdays and Fridays, 3:00 pm

through July 19th

 

 

Noah’s Ark Animal Workshop – There’s No Place Like Space

July 11th – 2:00 pm

Registration is limited to 25 – contact the Library to reserve your space.

 

eBooks are here!

Click on the icon below to get started downloading eBooks through OverDrive, or download the Libby app from your app store.

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Inclement Weather Policy

Hopefully, we won’t need this very often, but we are posting it as a reminder: As a general rule, if the West Memphis schools are closed for Inclement Weather, we will be as well. Updates are posted here and on our Facebook page.

Solar Panels in Arkansas

LetsGoSolar.com provides information about obtaining solar panels for your home. You can learn more at the links:

Solar In Arkansas
Residential Solar Panels
Affordable Solar Panels

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