Summer Reading 2020

I hope you and your family are safe and well during the COVID-19 threat.  These are challenging times for everyone.  With the summer reading program, Imagine Your Story, starting soon I am working on the best way I can handle the uncertainty of our summer programs.  It seems like the threat may lessen and hopefully restrictions will be decreased, however, our program may still have some restrictions. For now, parents will be allowed to come to the library without children to get books and turn in reading logs for each participating child for each week of the program. The program will run from June 1st – July 6th.   If parents are uncomfortable or unable to coming to the Library, they can email me their child’s reading log at maxlib@rtc.coop.  This year we will concentrate on reading during our social distancing times. I will be sending home reading logs and activities for children to work on at home and return for small prizes.

The form is available under the Summer Reading tab at the top of the page.

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Pre- School Story Time

Preschool Story Time  :

Story Time will be held at 10:30-11:00 on the second Monday of the month, September- April.  The date will be chosen around school holidays or any other community event to better fit the needs of the community. If you have any questions about story time dates, please call the library at 679-2263.

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Libray Board Members

Brittney Larson- President
Nyssa Stroschein- Vice President
Katie Vert- Treasurer
Cindy Capp -Secretary
Nancy Gullickson- City Council

Free State Park Passes Available Through Your Library
The North Dakota Parks and Recreation Department and North Dakota State Library have expanded their State Park Pass Library Loan Program. Through this program, library patrons can check out a pass providing entrance to any North Dakota state park, effectively waiving the $5 daily pass fee. The lending period for each pass is 7 days, with a limit of 1 pass per household.
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