The 2017 Summer Reading Theme is…
BUILD A BETTER WORLD.
What better way than to share the work of letting people know what programs are coming and where they are.
At the Iola Public Library, we have our summer reading programs for adults, teens and kiddos. Make sure you take a minute to get signed up. At this point, we are 3 weeks in but there is still plenty of time to participate. The reading program ends the last week of July.
You are already reading right? So why not get a chance to win a prize for doing so.
Find out more details by visiting the circulation desk at the library.
Here is another great place to find fun things to get into this summer.
Food, fun, cooking, reading, swimming and more!
Don’t be a “I wish I woulda done that” person. Check out what your community has to offer for the summer!
Stay cool. Hydrate and enjoy the summer.
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!