Looking for a fantastic way to give back to your library?? Hungry for more great adult, teen, or children’s books? Consider donating to our Virtual Angel Tree fundraiser!
You get to decide your dollar amount!
You get to decide what book you’d like us to purchase from our bestseller lists!!
You can have the book dedicated to a special person in your life!
How to begin?
1. On the left side of the screen is a “donate now” button. Click on it and follow the simple steps.
2. After completing your donation choose a book from our list. See the three tabs at the top of our website to chose from the adult, teen, or children’s list. You can click on the titles to get more information about the book!
3. After deciding on the book title, email (email@example.com) or send a facebook message to the library letting us know what book you’ve chosen!
We are very grateful for your continued support!!!
Kansas Reads to Preschoolers is an annual event that promotes reading to all Kansas children from birth through age five. Through the statewide program, parents, librarians and caregivers are encouraged to read the chosen title during a selected week. The program is sponsored by the State Library of Kansas. This year, Kansas Reads to Preschoolers week will be held November 17-23.
Stop in the library this week to pick up bookmarks, handouts, and sign up for a copy of the featured book!
Who likes to have fun? Especially holiday fun . . . especially family fun? Thought so! Well, Eudora Public Library is offering three . . . that’s right . . . THREE holiday events in December.
The first event is called, “The Twelve Days of Christmas”. Beginning on Monday, December 2nd, and for twelve days thereafter, library users will be gifted various small tokens of gratitude from their library. These are while supplies last. There will be a different item each day Monday-Saturday.
The second event takes place on Saturday, December 7th, 10:00 am – 1:00 pm. This is the first of two parties for kids who are brought to the library by parents who want to do Christmas shopping or need to wrap gifts. The theme of the first party is “The Polar Express”. Kids may choose to wear pajamas to the library, where they will: make Christmas ornaments and a pop-up card, decorate cookies, write a letter to Santa, hear the Polar Express story while eating popcorn and drinking cocoa, have their faces painted and enjoy a light lunch. They will be encouraged, then, to go to the Parks and Rec building for an afternoon of continued holiday fun.
The third event (second party for kids) at the library, is “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” party, Saturday December 14th, also 10:00 am – 1:00 pm. At this party, kids will make: dog antlers, Grinch buttons, masks, fingerprint name tags, Grinch glass ornaments and other Grinch-y crafts. They will have their faces painted, decorate snowman cookies and wonky waffle-cone Grinch trees, pose for photo ops and eat and drink all sorts of green food while watching the TV special about the Grinch.
Hope you can join us for all the fun!