In order to encourage all of our young patrons to keep reading during their time off from school, Miss Gwen has created this super fun reading challenge! This challenge is for kids 0 to 5th Grade. Parents, if your kids aren’t reading on their own yet, read to them to complete the challenges. You’ll have fun too!
You can print this form or simply copy down the categories if you don’t have a printer. Complete the challenges and return it to the Library after we re-open for a special prize! NO LIBRARY CARD REQUIRED TO PARTICIPATE!!!!
***Registration is required by Wednesday, February 12***
In honor of the great Dr. Seuss’ upcoming birthday, we’re throwing him a party –A stuffed animal stuffing party! On Saturday, February 29 (LEAP DAY!) we’ll have a cuddly good time as we read Dr. Seuss’ “What Pet Should I Get?,” taste some yummy treats and then stuff some fantastic stuffed animals to take home. This program is FREE thanks to a donation from the Nancy Buikema Library Fund. ***Registration for this event is required by 7:00 pm Wednesday, February 12. At the time of registration, your child will get to choose the animal they would like to stuff. You may pick up a registration form at the Library. No late registrations will be accepted and there will be no extra animals to stuff for anyone not registered.***
On Thursdays, February 6 and 20, from 12:00 to 2:00 pm, the Schmaling Memorial (Fulton) Public Library will be hosting a Census hiring event. A 2020 Census recruiter will be on hand to answer questions and speak to individuals about Census job opportunities. You can browse Census jobs and apply online at: 2020census.gov/jobs. Some of the available jobs are recruiting assistants, office staff, supervisors and census takers, with pay starting at $17.50/hour plus mileage. So, if you’re looking for a temporary, part-time job with flexible hours and great pay, the Census just might have the job for you!