With consideration and recommendations by local and state officials, the decision has been made to close the Waterville Public Library until further notice. We believe this is the best option in order to protect the health of our patrons and staff. We do have an outside drop if you would like to return your items during this closure or you may keep any items you have as all late fees will be waived during this time.
The 2020 Census is fast approaching – I want to remind everyone just how important it is when you receive your Census forms in the mail to either fill them out and mail them back or to go online and fill them out there. If you don’t have home access to a computer you can always come into the library and use one of our 6 computers we have that are available to the public. We need everyone of us to be counted – This can greatly affect the amount of Federal funds our state, county and city receives. If just 1 percent don’t get counted that can affect what the state receives by hundreds of thousands of dollars from the Federal Government. So, please make sure and make sure you get counted…. Below is a hot link to the Kansas Census page…
The October Board meeting of the Waterville Public Library Board of Trustees has been Cancelled.
They will meet again on the first Monday of November, which is November 6th at 10:00am…
Don’t Forget Tomorrow Night Is Lego Night at the Waterville Public Library!
5:30 – 6:30PM
The Waterville Public Library will be closed tomorrow, Thursday, July 4th in Observance of the holiday!
Our Summer Reading Program has started and we are off to a good start. Please keep the following in mind:
Story time is every Tuesday morning from 10:30-11:30 AM and the ages on that are preschool up to 2nd grade
Astronomers meet every Wednesday from 1:00-2:00 PM and the age group on that is 3rd grade and up
Lego Club will meet on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of the month starting this Thursday, the 13th of June from 5:30-6:30 PM
AND LAST BUT CERTAINLY NOT LEAST IS COSMOSPHERE WILL BE COMING TO WATERVILLE ON SATURDAY, JUNE 22ND AT 10AM – They will be doing a 45 minute presentation on what it’s like to live in space. How do they eat? How do they go to the bathroom and many other interesting facts. Plus all the kids in attendance will get to chance to make ice cream from Liquid Nitrogen. ALL WE ASK IS THAT YOU RSVP TO THE LIBRARY OR TO LEE JONES OR TO SUZIE VERMETTEN.
The Summer Reading Program will be starting in June and we are hoping to have an amazing Kick-Off right after the school year ends! So, Please stay tuned for information as we start to get things set in stone. Until then, we don’t want to give out any information that may change but we should have something to announce here in the next few weeks!
The Valley Heights Art class has pieces of art on display at the Waterville Public Library. We have been encouraging the public to come in and look at all the pieces and to vote on which piece is their favorite piece of art. The winner of the Peoples Choice Award will have money donated in their name to the Valley Heights Art Department to help them in buying supplies. I hope to see as many people as possible over the next two days so we can show these kids that art is alive and doing well in Marshall County…
The Library will be closed tomorrow, Saturday the 19th in observacne of MLK Day! However, we will be open Monday from 2pm-7pm for an open house! I hope to see everyone there…