Now more than ever our young children need our help and encouragement to give them every resource possible to instill and nurture the love of reading. We can do this by making it part of our daily routines and sharing the joy of story reading that sparks the imagination in all our minds. Children also […]
Call us to reserve one of these brand new reads!
Part of our latest batch of new books!
Congratulations to Peggy Riley on her retirement from Mt. Sterling Public Library! She officially retired as of July 1, 2020. Peggy has been with the library about 30 years. We wish her good health and happiness in her retirement endeavors.
Look for more details in the post below!
Stream IndiFlix with your library card through RBDigital
The 'Around Town' Book Club will discuss this book in July. More details at a later date
Our 'Around Town' Book Club met online in May to discuss our original book for March.
Batters, Splatters & Platters Kids Cooking Club had a great time decorating cupcakes and munching on cookies after they were tested on their newly learned knowledge of kitchen utensils.
The February 'Around Town' Book Club meeting was a lot of fun, with Lisa Meade our winner of the door prize.
A huge thank you to American Legion Post 417 for their donation of $1,000 to sponsor the Summer Reading Program of 2020! Post Commander Wesley Pierce is seen here presenting the check to library director Chris Siscoe.
Our Makerspace Saturday is a great time for anyone of any age to explore new creations.
The Kids Makerspace participants enjoyed the afternoon of creativity in the library.
Lots of yummy items on the February menu for our Batters, Splatters, & Platters Club.
February Kids Cooking Club had a blast with many new dishes and skills learned.
Congratulations to Sue Hallam as winner of our February Ladies Night Out prize drawing recipient. Sue won a solid wood folk art game set beautifully handcrafted by assistant librarian Judy.
Friends of the Library members and some staff and board members helped make the 9th Annual Victorian Tea a huge success!
New this year at the Victorian Tea was the addition of a vintage bridal show. Madison Plains Key Club both modeled and performed tableside tea service to all guests
While in the library be sure to browse and shop from our Friends of the Library sales display. They have added a lot of new and seasonal items!
See post below for details on this new and amazing free service!