National Library Week will be held April 9-14 and will be recognized in communities across the country. National Library Week is a time to remind the public about the contributions libraries, librarians and library workers make to their communities each day.
It is also a time to take advantage of the great resources, services and events that libraries have to offer.
Stop by the library on this fun-filled week to take advantage of the free activities and meet the library staff. Popcorn will be served all week and there will be bookmarks and bags to hand out.
Thist week is National Library Week and the staff at the Toledo Public Library invites you to join in this year’s theme to “Pop Open a Book.” From left are librarian Sheri McFate, Brenda Wanatee, Diane Nitz and Jenny Bledsoe, library director. Chronicle/John Speer
The Library Foundation will host Iowa Author Mike Chapman on Thursday, April 12, at 6 p.m. and the library will hold PET FOOD FOR FINES.
Bring in canned or bagged pet food in exchange for having those fines removed. All food will be donated to the Tama County Humane Society.
See you at the library!
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WHAT:?"Pop Open a Book"- National Library Week
Bookmarks and bags
Pet food for fines
Iowa author Mike Chapman at 6 p.m. on April 12
Call the library 641-484-3762 or stop in- 205 E. High St.