ICYMI – Library News & Notes October 10, 2018

If you’ve been to the Library this week, you’ve surely noticed the gorgeous new potted plants at the entrance. Director Molly Scanlan said in this week’s O’Fallon Weekly that the arrangements were designed by Sarah Burton from the Parks Department. They certainly are a festive and welcoming addition to the entryway. Thanks to Sarah for the touch … Continue reading ICYMI – Library News & Notes October 10, 2018

ICYMI – Library News & Notes, May 2, 2018

In this week's edition of the O’Fallon Weekly Teri Rankin, Youth Services Manager, answered a question many excited parents have been asking: The Summer Reading Program is just around the corner! The theme this year is "Reading Takes You Everywhere," and there was never a truer phrase, she wrote. "We will explore locations near and far with contests, entertainers, … Continue reading ICYMI – Library News & Notes, May 2, 2018

ICYMI Library News & Notes March 28, 2018

In this week's O'Fallon Weekly Library Director Molly Scanlon shared some upcoming events as well as a recount of last Saturday's Youth Services program on civic responsibility and social justice for kids. Molly said twenty-four people attended the presentation by Annetta Works-Salley, community social activist, and she read from the book, Justice Makes a Difference: The Story of Miss … Continue reading ICYMI Library News & Notes March 28, 2018

ICYMI – Library News & Notes, Nov. 29, 2017

In this week's O'Fallon Weekly Library Director Molly Scanlan reminds patrons of some of our free resources such as Notary Public and Voter Registration. Molly also thanked our many hardworking Volunteers who prepare the books and media donated to the Library for book sales.  Anyone interested in volunteering, simply call 618-632-3783 for more information.  The Library, … Continue reading ICYMI – Library News & Notes, Nov. 29, 2017

ICYMI – Library News & Notes Sept. 27, 2017

In this week's column in the O'Fallon Weekly, Adult Services Manager, Renny McBride, reminds patrons that words have power and we should proudly join other readers, writers, publishers, librarians, and journalists to support the freedom of ideas in the annual Banned Books Week. Many patrons I've spoken to this week have been surprised to find one or … Continue reading ICYMI – Library News & Notes Sept. 27, 2017