Storytime will be this Saturday, Nov 16th, 2013, at 10 a.m. in the Library. Miss Dana will be reading this year’s “Kansas Read’s to Preschoolers” book, so you don’t want to miss out!
*In cooperation with Parents as Teachers
It’s time to come out and have some fun with the Caney Zombie Walk! The cost to register is a donation of $7.00. You may dress as a zombie, a survivor, or just come and enjoy the festivities. There will be booths set up at the park for all kinds of no cost fun! Stop by the SEK Bordertown Paranormal booth and enter for a chance to win a ride along with them on a ghost hunt! Learn about Disaster Preparedness, see Fred the Disaster Preparedness dog, see the final plans for the new library, watch a karate demonstration, let the kids bowl, or stop by Butterfly Kisses Candy Bouquet and load up on some candy. The festivities start at $11:30 and should be done by 3. Afterward, Mayor McClure will have a fun a little community event. It will begin when the Zombie Walk has finished awarding their prizes. Sign up will be at the park. The cost is $5.00 per person. When you sign up you will be given a clue and the goal will be to figure out your clues faster than anyone else. This will involve some walking so wear comfy shoes.
So come out and enjoy the day and support your local library!
Saturday, October 5th, 2013 we will host the Star Wars Reads Day 2! This is a “come and go” event, from 10-1. You can come in, do some crafts, check out some new Star Wars books, enter for door prizes, and grab a snack. You do not have to be present to win the door prizes. Stop by when you have some time, it will be an awesome day!
On Sunday, Sept 29th, the Can-Kan Dreambuilders will host a Chicken Noodle Dinner at the First Christian Church 100 E. 4th in Caney. For a $6 donation you will receive: Chicken and Noodles, mashed potatoes, green beans, roll, desert and drink. This is also available for carryout. All proceeds go toward building a new Caney City Library!
On Oct 19th, 2013, the Can-Kan will be sponsoring the Caney Zombie Walk! For a $5 (pre-register) donation, you will be able to dress like a zombie (or if zombies aren’t you thing, dress normal and be a survivor!) and make the trek from the Wark Memorial Park across the street from the current Library, down 5th street to State street (Where our new Library will be built) around the block and back to the park. There will be a police escort, and lots of fun! If you can’t pre-register, a donation of $7 at the park can register you starting at 11:30. The walk will begin at 1 pm. Between 11:30 and 1, there will a park full of activities to do: face painting, vendors, demonstrations on how to: treat a human bite, karate defense, proper hand washing and precautions for airborne pathogens, lessons on disaster preparedness (and Fred the Preparedness Dog will be attending as well!), SEK Bordertown Paranormal group booth with chances on winning a spot to go on a “hunt” with them, Butterfly Kisses Candy Bouquets will have creepy, yummy candy bouquets, just to name a FEW! These places will have “swag” to hand out, and also, there will be free games for kids to play. There will be something for everyone! Come on out that day and support the Library! It’s guaranteed to be an awesome time!
*****I survived the Zombie Walk T-shirts on sale at the Library. Sizes are Adult S,M,L, XL for $12 and 2X, 3X, and 4X $13.50 Purchase one now to make sure you survive!
We have been killing bugs and are trying to get read of a cat or squirrel in the drop down ceiling. Please bare with us as the smell is like moth balls. Until the city comes and puts a cap on our old chimney. We are sorry for the smell. Sandra
Bring in your reading log and choose your prize for Summer Reading! We are open today until 6 pm, tomorrow (Tuesday 30th) from 12-7 or Wednedsay (31st) from 12-6. Please be sure you bring in all the books you have out!
July 1st kicks off our Adult Summer Reading program. Call, email, facebook, or come in to find out the details. All you have to do is come in and pick up a Bingo sheet to get started!
July 4th we will be closed to celebrate Independence Day! We wish you a safe and happy holiday!
July 16 the Can-Kan Dreambuilders will meet at 7 pm in the Library. This meeting is open to the public and we encourage you to attend and give your ideas, comments, or complaints about the new Caney City Library.
July 20th will be Storytime at the Library with Miss Dana, Parents As Teachers. She will start at 10 a.m. and it usually lasts around 30 minutes. Children ages 0-6 and their caregivers are welcome to attend.
The Library Board will not meet in July.
July 29th -July 31st will be the dates for children who participated in the Summer Reading class to come choose their prize. The prize tables will be available during business hours of Mon 12-6; Tues 12-7; Wed 12-6.
Monday, July 1st, starts our Adult Summer Reading Program! It will run thru Saturday, August 31st. We will not be holding programs that you come to like the kids, it’s a “do at your own pace” program but we will have prizes! For more information, come in, call 620-879-5341 or email email@example.com! We hope you will all enjoy!
We will be closed during our Summer Reading times of:
Tuesdays in June: 1:30-3:00
Wednesdays in June: 1:30-3:00
We will have regular hours the rest of the week, and will resume normal hours in July. Thank you for your understanding and patience during this time.