Happy Thanksgiving from the llbrary director and Board of Trustees. Be safe and keep well!
November 4th Book Cub @ 5:30 p.m.
November 11th Board Meeting @ 5:30 p.m.
November 26th Happy Thanksgiving
Because of community support at the library we have started history project in which we would like to record the tales, memories, history and pictures of our community past and present.
Do you have a connections to Florence? Are you a part of Florence’s history? Florence will be celebrating their 150th birthday and the library will be celebrating its 100th birthday. We would like to put together a collection of stories, pictures or really anything that you would like to share for this occasion. You can comment on our Facebook pages, get in touch with one of our board members or drop off your stories and memories at the library. Thank you for your help in making this project one that everyone will enjoy.
We had over 120 ghosts and goblins visit our library haunted house on Halloween night! Thanks to everyone who worked so hard on this project! It was great to see everyone with social distancing in place for the evening.
We would like to thank everyone for their partIcipation at our October take-out meal fundraiser. We truly appreciate everyone’s support. THANK YOU!
New books at at the library are American Dirt, Anxious People, Battle Ground, Comanche, Deadlock, The Evening and the Morning, Killing Crazy Horse, the Lions of Fifth Avenue, The Midwife Murders, Next to Last Stand, One by One, Talking Until Nightfall, The Girl with the Golden Scissors, The Book of Lost Names, The Vanishing Half, Always the Last to Know and the Wicked Die Twice. These books have been purchased with a North Central Kansas Library Grant or from donations.
Book Club will meet on December 2nd. They are reading “The Girl with the Golden Scissors” by Julie Drosten. she is the popular author that wrote “Lioness of Morocco”. The November selection is “Always the Last to Know” by Kristan HIggins. Everyone is welcome to attend at 5:30 p.m. at the library. You will be glad you did!
The NCKL Manhattan Book Van was here recently bringing us lots of new junior fiction, young adult, adult fiction and a nice selection of quilt and recipe books. Come check them out!
We have started a new project for our community. We are furnishing library books for the Carriage Manor residents for check-out every month.
There were 333 WIFI users for the month of September.