Gallery of Displays and Events



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                                    Our  Martin Luther King, Jr. Display

….and our First in a Series Books Display!

(interestingly, there can be 2 in a series or 35! )

















So what’s all the “hoopla” about you ask?  It’s exciting!  It started May 1st.  It’s a new digital media service with over 500,000 titles …instantly available!  No waiting! You will have immediate access to movies, full music albums, eBooks, eAudiobooks, TV episodes, comics, and graphic novels.  Sign up now!



This is a neat display about what

all the library offers it’s patrons.

Check it out!

Poet tree

This is our “Poet Tree!”

Come by and read up on

some of the best loved

American Poets.


     Our Happy Spring display!2017 Easter-spring display

One of America’s greatest living writers,  David McCullough

WWI displayAuthor David McCullough



Barbara G. Mertz, an American author and

Egyptologist  a.k.a authors Elizabeth Peters

and Barbara Michaels.  (9/29/1927 – 8/8/2013)


                                                                 Library Card sign up month!  Your passport to the World!

Wooden Spinners Class






DNR  representative Dana Reckelhoff presented a very interesting

presentation “Land Under the Lake” Patoka.





Pumpkin making class


We have some new displays upstairs in our adult section. Featured author, Richard Paul, our “gourmet reading” book selection, a display honoring our veterans, celebrated chef barefoot contessa, and our Thanksgiving tribute.








the Inaugural

Christmas Corner Boutique !

Opening Saturday, December 2 at 10:00 AM

Open during regular library hours (closed Wednesday and Sunday)


Open to area communities and shoppers of all ages!

6″ Poinsettia plants on sale now for $10 each.

    A nice turnout of patrons and Friends to make their very own jewelry boxes





















 Clothespin Snowflakes



 Love Puzzle signs




 Spinning Wheel demonstration by Autumn Bough

 Family Mobile


Patrons making their family mobile to remember their family and friends important dates.

Everyone had a great time making their family mobile.












Apron tie dying class





















Thanks to Jo Ellen Reynolds for leading a class for stain glass.

Everyone enjoyed making their stain glass angels.








Thanks to Tina Hobson for assisting our patrons with their

baby food jars decoration project.

















Get into a interesting Western…

.or enjoy a new author!