The Iola Register’s forthcoming book Chronicles of Allen County, Vol. III spans the years 1945 to 2000 – the baby boomer generation. Editor and publisher Susan Lynn describes sifting through years of material and shares some of the most amazing finds, surprises, and funny stories.
Don’t forget, The Lavender Patch from Fort Scott will be here in our meeting room at 6 p.m. for a presentation. They will talk about what they do. They will also have some lavender items with them to show what all can be done with Lavender.
Enter on the west side of the building just off the parking lot.
See ya there!
This summer reading program theme is….
BUILD A BETTER WORLD.
So what better way to help build a better world than to donate blood.
The Iola Public Library is hosting a blood drive in June. Please contact us at 620-365-3262 or stop by the Iola Library if you would like to sign up to donate blood in June here at the library. We are asking for registration so there is an idea of how many chairs will be needed for donating.
We will be calling those that sign up and setting up an appointment time that works.
So you think you have read all of the mystery books here? Or maybe you have galloped through the westerns? Or maybe you have dreamily floated through too many love stories.
Well perhaps it is time to spring in and discover a new author or a new genre. Come on in and take a look at our new section. Or browse the aisles and see if one jumps out at you. Or, you can take advantage of our Reader’s Advisory Center that is smack dab in the middle of the room. With this handy little station, you just might find a perfect read. Feel free to take the handouts. We create them for you.
If you need any help or just have questions, be sure to snag a staff member. We are happy to assist. Our goal is to help you find that perfect read and to keep you coming back for more.
See you in the stacks!
Join us for “Getting Life in Kansas” on Monday, Feb. 27 at 7:00 p.m. in the Iola High School Lecture Hall. The program is sponsored by Iola Reads to go along with the reading of the current selection “Getting Life” by Michael Morton. Floyd Bledsoe is a Kansan who, like Michael Morton, spent time in prison convicted of a murder he did not commit. He will be speaking on Monday night, along with Jean Phillips of the Project for Innocence at the University of Kansas School of Law.
It truly takes a village!
It is once again time for our Everything Chocolate Fundraiser Sale hosted by our Friends Of The Library. We are seeking your chocolatey, yummy creations to be donated for the sale. We are also seeking volunteers to help out with the packaging and setting up of the sale.
And last but not least, we are seeking all of you chocoholics to come in and buy up the deliciousness on February 14th. The sale will run from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
What a fantastic way to support your library!